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Precious Memories

By: Jessie Gussman
Narrated by: Jay Dyess
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Laura Wilson is back in Blueberry Beach, dealing with a mysterious illness that has depleted her energy and left her listless and unable to enjoy life.

She's working part time in her grandfather's shop when a mysterious stranger rents the small apartment above theirs. He's strong and athletic and handsome and full of life and energy.

They couldn't be farther apart physically, but they bond as they each take on more responsibility as her grandfather's health declines.

Will they decide providing precious memories to the hundreds of customers in the little old shop is enough to build a future on?

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©2021 Jessie Gussman (P)2022 Jay Dyess

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  • 21-10-22

Excellent story

OK, what happened to the dog clipper!? I think you left out a chapter or two. They had just gone to pick him up, then the next thing they were home no more mention of the dog! I love it when dogs are in stories they had a lot. So what happened to clip her!? Other than that an excellent story. It seems like a few more things should’ve been in there to fill it out though. We want all the story not just part of it.