Review of Moonlight on the Nantahala by Tracy Riva

"... an extraordinary job with his modern fiction Moonlight on the Nantahala.  It is evocative and it captures so thoroughly the spirit of this part of the Appalachians that I found it easy to picture the setting the around me." 

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 An inspirational book about true love, family, friendship and the good that comes from experiencing life as it should be. 

This tale of Edward Caulfield stands as a testament of the love he held in his heart for a woman he was never allowed to grow oReview by Tracy Riva of Moonlight on the Nantahalald with. Fate took Celia from Edward early in their marriage. On her deathbed Celia vowed they would be together again, not even death would separate them.

In his twilight years he moves closer to town yet keeps the old home by the river that he and his beloved Celia shared. He maintains the old home as a shrine to her to cope with his grief. Betty, his strong willed housekeeper and friend keeps the widower on his toes with her humorous criticisms. Lena, a young woman, often trespasses on the old man's property to sit by the river in deep thought. They exchange their secrets and stories eventually. Lena's emotionally abusive husband and crumbling marriage weighs heavily on Edward. He sees her like the daughter he never had and wants to protect her. Loneliness and learning to trust again forges a critically needed friendship for them.

 

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