About The Girl Who Stayed
• Hardcover: 292 pages
• Publisher: Story Plant (April 19, 2016)
Zoe Rutherford wasn’t sure what she was expecting when she returned to Sullivan’s Island. The house on Sullivan’s hadn’t represented home to her in decades. It was the place where she endured her father’s cruelty. It was the place where her mother closed herself off from the world. It was the place where her sister disappeared. But now that her parents are gone, Zoe needs to return to the house, to close it down and prepare it for sale. She intends to get this done as quickly as possible and get on with her life, even though that life seems clouded by her past, both distant and recent. But what she discovers when she gets there is far beyond her imagining and will change her in profound ways.
The Girl Who Stayed is a remarkable exploration of the soul by a writer with a rare talent for reaching into the hearts of her characters and her readers, a novel of transformation that will leave you moved and breathless.
“A beautifully written, page-turning novel packed with emotion.” – #1 New York Times bestselling author Barbara Freethy
“The Girl Who Stayed is a deeply moving story. I am fascinated by the concept and by Tanya Crosby’s stunning storytelling.” – Stella Cameron, New York Times bestselling author
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About Tanya Anne Crosby
Tanya Anne Crosby is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty-five novels. She has been featured in magazines, such as People, Romantic Times and Publisher’s Weekly, and her books have been translated into eight languages. Her first novel was published in 1992 by Avon Books, where Tanya was hailed as “one of Avon’s fastest rising stars.” Her fourth book was chosen to launch the company’s Avon Romantic Treasure imprint. Known for stories charged with emotion and humor and filled with flawed characters, Tanya is an award-winning author, journalist, and editor, and her novels have garnered reader praise and glowing critical reviews. In 2013, she penned her first romantic suspense novel, Speak No Evil, which appeared on the USA Today list. The Girl Who Stayed brings her full circle to work with Lou Aronica, President and Publisher of The Story Plant, who first published Tanya at Avon Books. Tanya and her writer husband split their time between Charleston, SC, where she was raised, and northern Michigan, where the couple make their home.
Find out more about Tanya at her website and on her blog, and connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.
Tanya’s Tour Stops
Tuesday, April 19th: The many thoughts of a reader
Wednesday, April 20th: Good Girl Gone Redneck
Thursday, April 21st: A Soccer Mom’s Book Blog
Friday, April 22nd: Not in Jersey
Monday, April 25th: she treads softly
Tuesday, April 26th: FictionZeal
Wednesday, April 27th: Jancee Reads
Thursday, April 28th: Queen of All She Reads
Tuesday, May 3rd: Ms. Nose in a Book
Monday, May 9th: Book by Book
Monday, May 9th: Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile
Tuesday, May 10th: Laura’s Reviews
Wednesday, May 11th: From the TBR Pile
Thursday, May 12th: BoundbyWords
Thursday, May 12th: Worth Getting in Bed For
Friday, May 13th: Palmer’s Page Turners
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