Skye Taylor lives in Florida where she divides her time between writing novels, walking the beach, occasionally dressing up as a 17th century Spanish colonial and participating in historical re-enactments in old St Augustine, and volunteering at the USO. She considers life an adventure and in a world of people who ask why, she has decided to ask "why not?" She spent two years in the South Pacific with the Peace Corps (2002-2004). She's jumped out of perfectly good airplanes and earned a basic sky diving license. She loves to travel and has visited twenty-six states and fourteen countries on four continents and the South Pacific. Her bucket list includes at least that many more places to see. Having been born and lived most of her life in New England where her children grew up, she is now a transplanted Yankee soaking up the sun, warmth and history of St. Augustine. She's a member of Women’s Fiction Writers Association, RWA, Florida Writer’s Association and Sisters in Crime. Her published works to date: Non-fiction: Essays on life in the Peace Corps, Fiction: The Candidate, Falling for Zoe, Loving Meg, Trusting Will, Healing a Hero, Iain’s Plaid, and Keeping His Promise.
Tide's Way is a fictional coastal community in North Carolina where the Camerons grew up, Come down, sit on the veranda overlooking the ocean and have a sweating glass of sweet tea with Cam and Sandy Cameron, or any of their kids who happen to be visiting: Jake and Zoe, Ben and Meg, Will and Bree, Philip and Elena or Kate and Jon.
Cam wasn’t planning on getting involved with anyone until he put the war firmly behind him but the hope and love Sandy brings to his troubled heart is irresistible. Will Sandy’s love be enough to bring Cam back from the edge of despair and convince him to get the help he so desperately needs? Is his love for her strong enough for him to pull his life together and be the man she believes in?
Is this a second chance for Jon and Kate or a second chance for heartbreak?
After losing her husband Kate Cameron Shaw has rebuilt her life with a lot of help from her childhood friend, Jon Canfield. But falling for the handsome small-town police officer isn’t part of her plan to grab this second chance at making a name for herself as an investigative journalist