‘Kaitlin’s Mooring’ by Carey Azzara

Nothing is more horrific than losing a child. Nothing is more joyous than the birth of one. When grief is intertwined with joy it throws the Deveau family into turmoil. Twenty-year-old Kaitlin Deveau leaves Boston University hurriedly when Henry, her grandfather, calls from Maine after a tragic accident at sea. However, Kaitlin had already planned to drop out of school for another unrelated reason. Grieving alongside her grandparents and bereft of hope it takes the miracle of new life to reverse their sorrow.

The birth of Kaitlin’s son Christopher ushers in a happier time. He and his great grandfather form a bond that becomes a life preserver keeping the family buoyant. Henry becomes his great grandson’s male role model teaching him lessons and skills he will use throughout his life.

However, Kaitlin and her son find that even in their protected enclave of Owls Nest Maine life can take some unexpected turns. A stalker complicates Kaitlin’s fresh start and although Kaitlin has a guardian the initial stalking is only the start of a more troubling outcome for her and Christopher.

While the Deveau family finds strength in their love for one another, every step forward seems to bring another huddle. When history appears to be repeating itself Christopher must find the determination to meet the greatest challenge of his life. He will need everything he has learned to be successful.

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