Defining Destiny

Book one of the TrueNorth/Destinybay series

by Gina Lea



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/16/2014

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 394
ISBN : 9781480805132
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 394
ISBN : 9781480805149
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 394
ISBN : 9781480805125

About the Book

Growing up in the small town of Destinybay, Sara, Alex and Diana were as tight as the Three Musketeers, bound by a friendship forged in childhood and made complete by their vow to escape their hometown someday to find love, adventure and their own true destiny.

Never once in those young dreams did Sara believe she’d end up back here in the middle of her life, a divorced mother of her own rebellious teenager, with no job, no home and no future in sight. With Alex stuck in the same sinking boat and Diana ready to weigh in, Sara resigns herself to living with her mother. But time is not always kind and Sara discovers her hometown has been dying in her absence with many of those historic buildings now abandoned and whispering regrets around every corner.

Faster than she can rewrite her own life, Sara is opening a coffee shop downtown while navigating the stormy waters of rebooting her childhood friendships and fending off her childhood beau Sam, who is running a charter fishing business on the bay. Just as she and her friends begin to find their safe harbor, will secrets and jealousy create waves that threaten to destroy the future they are working so hard to build?

Sara, Alex and Diana will discover the power of childhood promises and regrets amidst the waves of change and loss that life holds. Can they recapture the strength of their bond in time to turn those regrets into grace and unlock the knowledge that it’s never too late to define your destiny and discover where your True North lies?

About the Author

Gina Lea grew up spending summers at her grandparents’ southern home, where she fell in love with the south and small towns. She draws on these experiences as well as her years in the coffee industry for inspiration in her writing. She currently lives in North Carolina, with her best critics: her husband and her puppy Zuzu the Wonder Dog.