J. D. Reid
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 229

Freya Anna Bergman is madly in love with her best friend Leslie and has been for as long as she can remember, but then Leslie fell in love with Marshall, shattering Freya’s world. It doesn’t end there, of course; far from it. Freya becomes an integral part of their growing family -- as a friend, not a lover, and as an aunt deeply involved in the lives of the children. But it is now a lifetime later, Leslie has died, Marshall too, and at 95 years young, Freya has been commissioned to write the family history. You will laugh and cry and perhaps roll your eyes a bit but Freya always returns to the subject of her love for Leslie, and Marshall, and the family that grew up around them. In the end, The Girl on the Ferry is about love, a love that lasts a lifetime and is strong enough and deep enough to cross lines.
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