A story of love, yearning, fulfillment and despair.
Caro Somers calls Newport, Oregon home. She is not a native, but when walking on the ocean beaches, she wishes she were. Her books reflect her interest in the arts; she taught Humanities in a Michigan Community College for nineteen years. Caro writes about people - their dreams, aspirations, relationships and tragedies - from her own experiences in this country and abroad. Her life is rich with three children from a former marriage and one grandson. She and her husband EJ Warren, enjoy the coastal surroundings, travel and retirement. Her novels include: THE LAST BUS TO HILLERY, COUSINS FIVE, WHEN WE REACH SEPTEMBER, CLARA'S HOUSE, THE BRIDGE, ANGELINA, FROM OUT OF THE DEPTHS, ARIEL, TALK TO ME, and NO GREATER LOVE