Summer Dance by Nan Rossiter. Published by Kensington

It’s 1969 and Winston Cooper III is trying to get Vietnam and its horrors out of his head. He finds a run down little beach cottage and plans to check out of the human race, at least temporarily. But he hasn’t counted on Sally, the girl he meets at a dance and the two soon find themselves involved in an epic love affair. Nearly fifty years later, Liam Tate has returned to his Uncle Cooper’s beach house, hoping to get acquainted with the son he’s just learned he has. Hoping for a happy family ending, Liam wants to tie up the loose ends he’s heard about his uncle’s relationship with Sally, and Sally surprises everyone with the book she’s publishing. the book about that long ago summer with Cooper. This is an evocative story about a more innocent time and about a love that will not be denied

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