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Thomas by Tobias Maxwell
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Set in Santa Monica, California, THOMAS is the story of Josh Higgins, trying to leave behind a thirty-four year past he doesn't trust, looking for any future that he can find, one that's as far away from Louisville, Kentucky as his vintage Mustang will take him.

When he crosses paths with Rita Long, a widow, twenty years his senior - twice during his second day on the coast - he's persuaded to stick around for awhile. The novel alternates between Josh's past and present as Thomas' life is revealed to Rita through Josh's eyes.

When Rita's oldest and dearest friend, Donna, a rich and powerful socialite complicates matters with her own brand of seduction, the chase begins. Dale, the Louisville Baptist landlord and long-time Higgins family confidant, and the outrageous Derek add their own blend to the chaotic mix when all characters collide for the final twists of fate.

THOMAS shows the reader the true power of love in the most unexpected places.

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