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Reviews


I loved the Horse named Joe! It took me right there with the girls. It was so descriptive I can see the characters in my mind. I didn’t want it to end.—Amazon Review

“A good old reflecting on life book is always fun to find, particularly when it is written by someone who does their research, both in terms of their setting, dialects, and cultural traditions. More importantly, it is nice to see an author do their research on the human spirit as well..” Amazon Review

“…Her in-depth character development always amazes me. This book follows a prior investment baker who has lost touch with her soul among many other facets of her life…” —Amazon Review

Book Description


Stepping from the ferryboat onto the weathered wooden dock at the Green Turtle Bay Club, Roni Dugan breathes in the humid ocean air. Faraway from the city she calls home she is instantly struck by the noiselessness of the quaint island. Unhurriedly setting down her over-packed suitcase she takes in the gleaming turquoise water, white sand beach, and light blue cloudless sky.

An immense sense of freedom rushes over Roni as the stresses of her high-paying job that vanished overnight, the craziness of Wall Street, money worries, and her strained marriage seem to fade into thin air. A fleeting image of Mack, her husband, almost demanding she take a month to get away in a last-ditch effort to clear her head crosses her mind. With a smile Roni can’t help but appreciate his recommendation of Green Turtle Cay, the very place they had spent their honeymoon so many eons ago.

Picking up her suitcase she slowly makes her way down the creaky deserted dock feeling her excitement build about exploring the tranquil three-mile long island alone. Yet with each step there is a small voice inside her head questioning whether this getaway can bring her the inner peace she longs for