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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Family Life / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:282
  • eBook ISBN:9781483531601

Riding Waves

by Susan Marie Schulhof

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Riding Waves is a book about learning to navigate the joys and trials of growing up, falling in love and going to college. When Harper's relationship with Dan starts taking her down a path she doesn't like, she will have to make some hard choices. Can Harper ride the waves of life or will they take her under?
Riding Waves is the story of Harper Johnson, a typical teenage girl, as she learns to navigate the joys as well as the trials of growing up, falling in love and going to college. It appears that Harper’s life is heading in the direction of her dreams as she graduates from high school and begins to date her best friend’s charismatic older brother, Dan. As she struggles to balance her own needs with the demands of being in a relationship, she loses her best friend and is in danger of losing herself. She has some hard decisions to make when her choices lead her only to confusion and pain. While on vacation in Florida, she writes a poem comparing her own life to how she feels when body surfing. She realizes that just like in body surfing, she must decide which waves will take her to shore and towards her dreams, and which choices might take her under and cause her only pain?
About the author
Susan Marie Schulhof lives in Palatine, Illinois and has worked for Bright Horizons Family Solutions since 2001. She is a mother of three daughters, Taylor, Morgan and Sydney and is an active member of Willow Creek Community Church. She published a non-fiction book Fun4Babies in 2013, writes an inspirational blog.