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Spring Tide by Robbi Mccoy

Spring Tide

by Robbi Mccoy

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I very much enjoyed this book and would enjoy a series surrounding these characters. While I see why the book ended where it did, I could also see it being a longer book. ( )
  elizatanner | Jul 5, 2017 |
"Spring Tide" nicely fills in the gap between McCoy's light-hearted "Not Every River" and her more intense works, like "For Me and My Gal." Overall, it's a humorous and uplifting story of a big city cop slaying her demons and unexpectedly finding love with a small town veterinarian. ( )
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A squat wooden building sat at the north edge of town just across the street from the marina.
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Please Note this is a Lesbian Fiction title. From the award-winning author of Waltzing at Midnight. Haunted by an unspeakable tragedy, ex-cop Stef Byers is headed for the Sacramento River Delta and her newly-purchased houseboat. Her plans are to get the craft seaworthy and then sail into the snaking waterways--alone. Life for a veterinarian in Stillwater Bay is good. Jackie Townsend is fond of the quirky inhabitants and loves the natural beauty. The newcomer working on the dilapidated boat could become much more than a random acquaintance, but it's clear that the moody Stef harbors a grim secret and wants to get lost in her pain, not found by romance. The waterways of the Delta tangle and weave for hundreds of miles, hiding secret coves, serene vistas and fragile depths. But they are no match for the tides of a woman's heart.… (more)

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