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Hostin, Sunny, author.
Summer on Sag Harbor [Audiobook CD] / Sunny Hostin.
[Audiobook CD] /
Harper Audio
Copyright Date:
11 audio discs (762 min.) ; 4 3/4 in.
African American women--Fiction.
African Americans--Sag Harbor--Sag Harbor--Fiction.
Real estate development--New York (State)--Fiction.
Family secrets--Fiction.
FICTION / African American / General.
FICTION / Family Life / Marriage & Divorce.
FICTION / African American / Women.
FICTION / Women.
FICTION / Friendship.
Sag Harbor (N.Y)--Fiction.
Domestic fiction.
Other Authors:
LaVoy, January, narrator.
Title from web page. Read by January Lavoy.
In a hidden enclave in Sag Harbor, affectionately known as SANS, Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest, and Nineveh, there's a close-knit community of African American elites who escape the city and enjoy the beautiful warm weather and beaches at their vacation homes. Since the 1930s, very few have known about this part of the Hamptons on Long Island, and the residents like it that way. That is, until real estate developers discover the hidden gem. And now, the residents must fight for the soul of SANS. Against the odds, Olivia Jones has blazed her own enviable career path and built her name in the finance world. But hidden behind the veneer of her success, there is a gaping hole. Mourning both the loss and the betrayal of Omar, a surrogate father to her and her two godsisters, Olivia is driven to solve the mystery of what happened to her biological father, a police officer unjustly killed when she was a little girl. Untethered from her life in New York City, Olivia moves to a summer home in Sag Harbor and begins forging a new community out in SANS. Friendships blossom with Kara, an ambitious art curator; and Whitney, the wife of an ex-basketball player and current president of the Sag Harbor Homeowners Association; and a sexy new neighbor and single father, Garrett, who makes her reconsider her engagement with Anderson. She also takes to a kind, older gentleman named Mr. Whittingham, but soon discovers he too is not without his own troubles. As the summer stretches on, each relationship teaches her more about who she really is. Though not without cost, Olivia's search for her authentic identity in the secret history of her family of origin and her fight to preserve her new Black utopia, will lead her to redefine the meaning of love, friendship, community, and family, and restore her faith in herself, her relationships, and her chosen path.
Summer beach series ; ; 2
UJPE911 -- Norwalk Easter Public Library (Norwalk)

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