Carol Newman Cronin is an award-winning author, editor, and Olympian. In 2004, she crowned a lifetime of sailing achievements by winning two races for the USA at the Olympics in Athens—the homework needed to finish her third novel. Her weekly blog Where Books Meet Boats attracts a wide range of readers, and she also writes award-winning content for the marine industry. All of her stories share three common elements: a coastal setting, sailing, and a happy ending.
Ferry to Cooperation Island
A ferry captain has to team up with the woman who steals his job in order to save his small New England island from development.