Wind to Water by David Hamershock is 99 cents in the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 10 customer reviews. You can pick up your copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/pYdyYB into your computer’s web browser.
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
A military plane is shot down over the Iraqi countryside; its young pilot is presumed dead.
A decade later, his fiancée, Maryn, takes a trip to Australia to finally say goodbye to her airman who never came home. The Seattle school teacher meets a divorced marine biologist named Grant on a tour. Grant soon discovers he’s attracted as much to Maryn’s wit as to her looks. But occasionally, a melancholy creeps into her eyes.
Eventually, she allows Grant to read a letter from her fiancé–the kind soldiers write “just in case.” Grant halts his romantic feelings and their friendship blossoms. Later, they reunite in California, but Grant wonders if Maryn’s past is truly behind her.
From the author
Wind to Water is a love story, travel adventure and romantic comedy. It chronicles an ordinary man’s search for an extraordinary love in a world mostly unfit for such a venture.
This novel seeps over the edges of standard book categories. It’s a contemporary love story, deepened by explorations into real geography and history, splashed with comedy and sprinkled with spirituality. I hope you find joy in its complexity, as well as in its desire not to take itself too seriously.
It offers a glimpse into the love that many people hope one day to savor–a love that encourages them to be themselves. I hope it will be a book that lovers buy for lovers and friends buy for friends. I would be honored if you would share this story with someone you care about.
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