Sea Change takes the reader on a path to discovery. Follow Ava as she researches the past to find her future. The author takes the reader on a journey through time with the lives of three incredible women. One in the past and two in the future where the reader will discover that there is a love that transcends time to repair the past and bring hope to the future. Take time out of your busy schedule to sit back and enjoy this wonderful book for the summer.
Ava finds herself newly married and on her way to St Simons Island leaving everything she is comfortable with behind. She is joining her husband at his ancestral home to start a new life. She must conquer her insecurities and fears. She married her husband Matthew in a whirlwind romance without really getting to know him. She has to learn to come to terms with her mother's indifference and deal with the ghost of Matthew's first wife who died in a tragic accident a little over a year before. With all these obstacles will Ava be able to make her peace with the past, uncover her hope for the future, and find a way to repair her damaged relationship with her mother. You be the judge.
For as long as she can remember, Ava Whalen has struggled with a sense of not belonging, and now, at thirty-five, she still feels stymied by her family. Then she meets child psychologist Matthew Frazier and thinks her days of loneliness are behind her. After a whirlwind romance, they impulsively elope, and Ava moves to Matthew's ancestral home on St. Simons Island, off the coast of Georgia.
But after the initial excitement, Ava is surprised to discover that true happiness continues to elude her. There is much she doesn't know about Matthew, including the mysterious circumstances surrounding his first wife's death. And her new home seems to hold as many mysteries and secrets as her new husband. Feeling adrift, Ava throws herself into uncovering Matthew's family history and that of the island, not realizing that she has a connection of her own to this place--or that her obsession with the past could very well destroy her future.