Monday, November 28, 2011


“Marking Time” continues the story begun in “Treading Water” as Clare Harrington begins a new life. She’s considered a miracle, but everything that’s happened since she recovered from a three-year coma has been something less than miraculous. Now left to grapple with the aftermath of a selfless decision, she is home from the hospital and trying to figure out what the next chapter in her miraculous recovery has in store for her. Meanwhile, her eighteen-year-old daughter Kate, a talented singer and songwriter, sets out to pursue her musical dreams in Nashville. Her parents have agreed to allow Kate to spend a year there, but they couldn't have anticipated Kate falling in love with a much older man. Her newly divorced parents are forced back together to confront their wayward daughter. Spanning from Newport, Rhode Island, to Nashville, Tennessee, to Stowe, Vermont, "Marking Time" is the story of new beginnings and new loves. 

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Wendy H said...

You have done it again.....once I downloaded Marking Time I couldn't put my Kindle down. Thanks for sharing your stories with us. I cant wait for Starting Over :)

priscilla said...

Loved Marking Time. Will that be the end of Kate and Reid? I was actually sad at how the relationship turned out even with the age gap.....

Crystal said...

I agree with Wendy: downloaded after dinner couldn't put it down until finished (2:00AM). I asked the question on Amazon about Reid today. Thanks for taking the time to answer, because like Priscilla I also found Kate and Reid's story just as moving as Clare and Aidan. Sometimes authors tell they get a feeling when they're done with certain character, but I'm glad to hear that there is some thought as to it being a possibility to read about them.

Mommy Wis(h)dom said...

Can't wait to start Marking Time. Jennifer and I are starting on Monday. : )