Off Season by Anne Rivers Siddons
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Off Season Summary
For as long as she can remember, they were Cam and Lilly--happily married, totally in love with each other, parents of a beautiful family, and partners in life. Then, after decades of marriage, it ended as every great love story does...in loss. After Cam's death, Lilly takes a lone road trip to her and Cam's favorite spot on the remote coast of Maine, the place where they fell in love over and over again, where their ghosts still dance. There, she looks hard to her past--to a first love that ended in tragedy; to falling in love with Cam; to a marriage filled with exuberance, sheer life, and safety-- to try to figure out her future.
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"[I]t's the changing relationship between Lilly and the elusive, enigmatic Elizabeth that makes this story fresh." - Publishers Weekly.
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Anne Rivers Siddons Author Biography
Anne River Siddons was born in 1936 in Fairburn, Georgia, a small railroad
town just south of Atlanta, where her family has lived for six generations. The
only child of a prestigious Atlanta lawyer and his wife, Siddons was raised to
be a perfect Southern belle. Growing up, she did what was expected of her:
getting straight A's, becoming head cheerleader, the homecoming queen, and then
Centennial Queen of Fairburn. At Auburn University she studied illustration,
joined the Tri-Delt sorority, and "did the things I thought I should. I
dated the right guys. I did the right activities," and wound up voted
"Loveliest of the Plains."
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