Firefly Cove

Miramar Bay #2

by Davis Bunn

Published by: Kensington

320 pages, 5.50 x 8.30 x 0.80 in

  • ISBN: 9781496708335
  • Published: May 2018
  • FICTION / Contemporary Women

$12.95 (USD)

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A Delilah Book Club Selection
From the internationally bestselling author of Miramar Bay comes a deeply emotional novel that explores the challenges of living, the joys of loving, and the bittersweet act of letting go . . .

I have this, Lucius thought to himself. I have today.
 

Since the age of seven, Lucius Quarterfield has known he is dying. Doctors told him he had a “bad ticker” and might not live to see his next birthday. But somehow, the frail yet determined boy managed to hang on and surprise everyone. Lucius not only survived to adulthood, he thrived, turning a small car dealership into a successful chain. But now, at twenty-eight, his time is finally running out. So he’s returning to the one place he ever felt happy, near the only woman he ever truly wanted—the California seaside town of Miramar Bay . . .
 
Was it so much to ask, a healthy tomorrow shared with a woman he loved?
 
Jessica was the only daughter of the only dentist in town. An ardent reader and fan of Jane Austen, she was able to follow in her father’s footsteps, as he desired. But Jessica preferred the simple things in life—a trait that captivated Lucius from the moment he arrived in town. Her quick wit and carefree approach to life were a breath of fresh air to a man who devoted all his time to work. Soon they were falling head over heels—until Lucius pulled away, to spare her the pain of his inevitable fate. Now, after all this time, he’s going to make each moment count. Because he knows that everything is about to change . . . he just can’t know exactly how.
 
PRAISE FOR MIRAMAR BAY
 
“Davis Bunn hits a high note with Miramar Bay. The pages flew; I couldn’t read it fast enough."—Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author
 
“Bunn has excelled in creating a deeply emotional read that will resonate with readers.”
Publishers Weekly
 
“A deeply satisfying read and a beautifully crafted portrait of small-town life.”—Booklist
 
A Delilah’s Book Club Pick