Ocean Dwellers' Legend
The Douglas sisters know exactly what love is.
And what it isn't.
Can Holly and Abby defy the odds and stay together, come hell or high water?
Since she was a teenager, Holly Douglas has been caring for her little sister Abby. Through toxic family members, the threat of homelessness, and the struggles of balancing work and school, Holly flounders through life.
Despite a degree in photography, an artistic talent in which she lacks the confidence to take on full-time, she spends her days as a waitress in a tiny retro cafe, owned by a wild, lovable old woman. Of course, it doesn't hurt that Jonah, the owner's gorgeous nephew, is the cook. Daily banters with him always brighten her days.
When the trip of a lifetime presents itself in the form of a photography contest, Holly takes it, hoping to follow her dreams. Thus begins a typhoon of adventures on-and in- the Pacific Ocean. Learning that mythical ocean legends are real-and that Jonah's life is twisted within them-Holly must fight for her freedom and her life.
What will Holly sacrifice to return to her beloved sister?
Content includes references to sensitive topics such as bullying, abortion, suicide, and PTSD
- Publisher: K. L. Mielke
- Publish Date: Oct 21st, 2021
- Pages: 362
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 8.00in - 5.00in - 0.75in - 0.79lb
- EAN: 9798985026009
- Categories: • Fantasy - Contemporary• Fantasy - Romance