Terah Shelton Harris One Summer in Savannah
About the author:
Terah Shelton Harris is a librarian and freelance writer who now writes upmarket fiction with bittersweet endings. As a freelancer, her work has appeared in consumer and trade magazines including Catapult, Women’s Health, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Backpacker, Minority Nurse, and more.
About the book:
From librarian and debut novelist Terah Shelton Harris comes the radiant, heartfelt One Summer in Savannah, about Sara, a young poet who returns home after eight years away to run her father’s bookstore and finds she must protect her gifted daughter—and herself—from the powerful family of the man who raped her, something made even more difficult when she falls in love with the last person she expects: his twin brother, Jacob. This dazzling novel deeply and thoughtfully delves into pregnancy, motherhood, family, redemption, and unconditional love, perfect for book clubs and made for discussion.
Author photo by Sarah Willis.
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Terah Shelton Harris’s debut novel One Summer in Savannah features a young poet who returns home to run her father’s bookstore and finds she must protect her gifted daughter—and herself—from the powerful family of the man who raped her,