Putting herself first doesn't come easy to Cleo Grayson McCarthy. A
loving wife and mother, she's always done her writing on the side,
in hours stolen from her "real" life. Now, desperate for the
solitude she needs to finish her latest novel, she convinces her
husband that she must spend the summer at Cameo Lake in New
Hampshire, out of reach of cell phones and the demands of family
and friends. As she immerses herself in her work, Cleo becomes
aware of the enigmatic man who lives across the lake. A reclusive
composer, Ben Turner is an outcast in the community, struggling to
come to terms with his wife's accident. But at night, Cleo hears
his music drifting across the water, and senses she has found a
kindred spirit. As they meet time and again -- often on the raft
anchored in the middle of Cameo Lake -- Cleo and Ben begin a
satisfying friendship surprising in its intimacy and depth. And
when a painful betrayal leaves Cleo stunned and emotionally adrift,
she finds unexpected comfort, and absolution, in Ben's arms.
But love is never simple, and before Cleo can determine whether
to fight for her marriage or seek a future with Ben, she must first
know her own heart, and admit truths long left unsaid. Even as Cleo
struggles to come to terms with her own truths, Ben mist find a way
to face his. An unforgettable tale of the many faces of love, Cameo
Lake is Susan Wilson at her very finest.
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