A Summer All Her Own by Rosanne Keller

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A debut novel that takes readers to a sun-drenched Greek island, where a young widow makes discoveries that transform her life.

The roles of celebrity wife and mother satisfied Anna Sandoval completely-until her husband, a famed international journalist, suffered a fatal heart attack. Now, a year later, still young and with her children grown, Anna seeks an interlude from grief and a fresh start on the timeless isle of Crete. In a small Greek community of ancient hills soaked in sun and surrounded by sea, Anna adapts to a slower pace and simpler lifestyle. Gradually, she rediscovers a passion for drawing and becomes protégé to a local artist and his sage wife, whose combined insights help Anna transform life into art-and take charge of her destiny. But when two very different men invite her into their lives, she must decide not just what kind of love she wants, but whether love itself is worth risking everything she's gained.

 

About Rosanne Keller

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Rosanne Keller, a world traveler, writer, teacher, and sculptor, has enjoyed many visits to Greece. The author of Pilgrim in Time, she lives in the woods of the Texas Hill Country. Author website: rosannekeller.com.
 
Published September 5, 2006 by NAL Trade. 308 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction