Crescent Bay

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Trafford Publishing, Jun 25, 2012 - Fiction - 92 pages
Teens vacationing at Crescent Bay share a brief time line of romance and bravery. Paul is a graffiti artist with a juvenile police record for defacing public property. Connie is a serious artist. Sharing a common interestartthe teens hang out together. Trouble begins when Arnold, Connies brother, finds out Paul is a tagger, a bad influence for his sister. Fate is a fickle force. Lifelines are strengthened by friends. Decisions alter destiny. Identity is shaped. Heart lines entwine. The joy of new discovery. Teen years!

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Juvenile fiction reveals an intensity of emotion and drama equal to adult fiction. Crescent Bay portrays teens in realistic situations. I’m a retired high school teacher; I knew the characters in the book. The tagger, football hero, college student, artist, and lover-boy. The location is authentic, the drama real. Seal of approval by my wife. Teen tested by my grandchildren. Visit Crescent Bay, join the fun!

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