Falling for June
A NovelBook - 2015 | First Atria Paperback edition.
"David Hadley is 51 years old, lonely, overweight, depressed, and looking to change his life. He travels to Echo Glen, a few hours north of Seattle and home to a Hollywood-style stunt school. The school is run by June, a daredevil BASE jumper and an ex-stuntwoman herself. June seems to have a soft spot for animals and misfit people alike, and she runs the stunt camp to raise funds for her animal sanctuary and the outcasts it employs. Captivated and entranced by the chance to get to know June, David overlooks his poor fitness and advanced age relative to the much healthier, much younger students and enrolls in the stunt school. What follows is a humorous and touching love story that develops slowly between David and June--a romance that will take them from the lush valleys of Washington's mountains all the way to El Camino de Santiago, across Spain, and then back again. Along the way, June must come to grips with a diagnosis that will change everything that she loves about her life, and David must learn that in order to truly live you must sometimes let go of fear and let yourself fall in love"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Atria Paperback, 2015.
Edition: First Atria Paperback edition.
Branch Call Number: FIC WINFIEL
Characteristics: 323 pages ; 21 cm