Secret Shores

  • by Ella Carey
  • Narrated by Siiri Scott
  • 10 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In 1946, artist Rebecca Swift's dreams of love and a life free from convention are crashing like the waves of the Australian coast below her. And it's into those roiling waters that she disappears.
Forty-one years later, Tess Miller's dreams are crashing, too. The once-successful New York editor has lost her most prestigious author to the handsome new golden boy of publishing. Meanwhile, she's stuck with Edward Russell, a washed-up Australian poet writing a novel about some obscure artist named Rebecca Swift. But Tess may have underestimated Russell. His book is not only true - it's a searing, tragic romance and a tantalizing mystery set in a circle of postwar modernists. When Tess uncovers a long-hidden secret, she's drawn even deeper into Rebecca's enigmatic life and death.
As Rebecca's past intertwines with the present, Tess finds herself falling for the last man she thought she'd ever be drawn to. On the way, she discovers the power of living an authentic life - and that transcendent love never really dies.

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a true love story

I love Ella Cary's books. In this book it states "The only thing that matters in life is love" I believe this to be true. We might give up someone because we love them so much but know that they would be better off without you.
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- Renee S

A change of scenery for an old story

Manufactured drama forced crisis’. Cute storyline one always finds tolerance for. Predictable outcomes written for the return in the hopes of resembling literature. Simple love stories gussied up by converging them in time in the hope of providing tension and complexity which the author was not able to achieve. Written with good discipline without inspiration but with passionate pretense.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-05-2017
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio