Sixteen Summers by Caitlin Moss
Tabitha’s entire life came undone because of a simple, mundane errand.
Now left a young, widowed mother with two boys, she has to pick up the pieces of the life she created with her husband, Tate.
But there are too many reminders. Too many memories. Too much of Tate woven into the world around her. Tragedy stole Tate from her and yet, he is everywhere.
A year later, consumed with grief and exhausted from going through the motions, Tabitha uproots her family to live in a small, fishing town on the Oregon Coast. She hopes to find healing and the fresh start they all need. She could never anticipate what would find her.
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