About Carly’s Gift
• Paperback: 384 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (September 17, 2013)
From the author of Things Remembered and The Year Everything Changed comes a moving novel about love that lasts forever
What’s in the past is over and done with . . . or is it?
Sixteen years ago Carly Hargrove made a decision that would irrevocably alter her life. With little comprehension of the life-long consequences of her actions, she trades her own future happiness to protect the man she’s loved since kindergarten, David Montgomery.
With an ocean separating them, Carly builds a life for herself without David. She’s the mother of three, lives in a beautiful house, and is married to a man who comes home every night—even if most of those nights he drinks too much. What more could she want?
Her answer arrives on a cold fall day when David shows up at her door. In town for his father’s funeral, he has come to see Carly one last time, hoping to rid himself of the anger that still consumes him.
Instead, he is drawn into a web of secrets that rekindles the fierce need he once felt to protect Carly. He becomes caught up in her life in a way he never could have imagined—a way that will bind him to her forever.
About Georgia Bockoven
Georgia Bockoven is an award-winning author who began writing fiction after a successful career as a freelance journalist and photographer. Her books have sold more than three million copies worldwide. The mother of two, she resides in Northern California with her husband, John.
Find out more about Georgia at her website and connect with her on Facebook.
Georgia’s Tour Stops
Tuesday, September 17th: Kritters Ramblings
Wednesday, September 18th: A Patchwork of Books
Thursday, September 19th: Literally Jen
Tuesday, September 24th: Turn the Page
Thursday, September 26th: Book-alicious Mama
Monday, September 30th: Sara’s Organized Chaos
Monday, September 30th: Tina’s Book Reviews
Tuesday, October 1st: Lisa’s Yarns
Thursday, October 3rd: Time 2 Read
Friday, October 4th: Good Girl Gone Redneck
Leave a Reply