Jenna Stuart and Chris Walker, childhood sweethearts, pledge undying love when he and his parents move away from coastal Bridgeport. They lead separate lives; she as a dance instructor who stays behind; he as a research scientist who lives in Paris. Thirty plus years pass and he returns to his home town unbekwn to Jenna. He plans a surprise encounter that coincides with her dance recital. Her shock at seeing him again, coupled with the stress of the dance production produces results that nearly destroy the reunion.
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