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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Nan Rossiter brings together characters from her acclaimed novel Nantucket in a powerful, heartwarming love story that bridges past and present.

When Liam Tate was seven years old, his uncle Cooper opened his heart and his Nantucket home to him. In the intervening decades, Liam has found both love and loss on the island, and since learning of his son Levi's existence, a new kind of happiness. Yet one piece of his family history remains elusive - the long-ago romance between his uncle and Sally Adams. Now Sally has a revelation that sets the whole town abuzz: She's publishing a book about what happened during the summer when she and Cooper first met, painting a picture so vivid it feels like yesterday . . .

In 1969, Winston Ellis Cooper III lands on Nantucket with only a duffel bag and a bottle of Jack Daniels. He finds a sparsely furnished beach cottage, about as far from Vietnam as he can get. But even here, Cooper can't withdraw from the world entirely. Especially once his eyes meet Sally's in the flickering lights of a summer dance. The effects of that fiery affair can still be felt decades later. And as the story unfolds, there are new lessons for all to learn about life's triumphs and heartaches, and about loving enough to let go.

Praise for the novels of Nan Rossiter

"Nan Rossiter is at the peak of her storytelling abilities with Under a Summer Sky, which is told with the kind of compassion, grace, and wisdom that is nearly unrivaled in contemporary fiction." -Examiner.com

"Eloquent and surprising...I love this story of faith, love, and the lasting bonds of family." -Ann Leary, author of The Good House, on The Gin & Chowder Club

"A gripping story of three sisters, of love lost and found and a family's journey from grief to triumph. A sure winner." -Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author, on More Than You Know

About the Author

Nan Rossiter

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Nan Rossiter grew up in Pelham, New York. Some of her earliest memories include riding a green stingray bike - complete with banana seat and sissy bar - to the Pelham Library, which at the time, was a tiny, cave-like space tucked beneath Hutchinson Elementary School. It was from the shelves of this library that Nan first discovered the magic of books. Some of her favorite characters included Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, Pippi-Longstocking, Laura Ingalls, and Harriet the Spy.

When she was in middle school, Nan moved with her parents to Barkhamsted, Connecticut. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design and, after freelancing for several years, began writing and illustrating books for children, including RUGBY & ROSIE, winner of Nebraska's Golden Sower Award, and THE FO'C'SLE: Henry Beston's Outermost House.

Nan's adult fiction is often compared to Nicholas Sparks, Elin Hildebrandt, and Nancy Thayer and has been highly acclaimed by reviewers from Publisher's Weekly to Booklist.

Nan lives in rural Connecticut with her husband, two handsome sons, and a noble black Lab named Finn, who takes her for long walks every day, no matter what the weather!

For more information, please visit http://www.nanrossiter.com/
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