SIN AND THE ART OF SURFING
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Not a surfer, not a problem. Sin and The Art of Surfing is a book that takes you on a revealing journey of empowerment, exploration and self-discovery. Readers will bask in the glory of sun, surf and sex on this amazing ride. Sin is a revelation that women can look forward to. Sunny James is a forty something year old wife and mother. She thought she had the perfect life. She has a handsome husband, blissful marriage and two beautiful grown children. Now it is time for just her. Her life has been charmed in every way that is until one day her husband walks out on her with no explanation. Sunny is left reeling and feels like a complete failure as a woman. Wallowing in a sea of devastation, best friend, Kate comes to the rescue. When Kate decides to take the summer off to learn to surf, Sunny agrees to go along for the adventure. Sunny is surrounded by all things good: the support of those who love her, the uplifting spirit of her best friend, the serenity of the beach, great food, laughter and always a glass of wine. Throughout the story, Sunny examines her self-worth and how she can be her best at a time when her best had not been good enough. Using surfing as a metaphor for life helps Sunny to embrace the beauty of nature, using its healing powers to renew and restore her injured spirit bringing about a sense of freedom and new wisdom. As the story unfolds, Sunny is able to piece together and rebuild a stronger personal best. The reader ventures through the relationship of the two best friends who discover the meaning of love, friendship and the determination to stand strong through life's challenges and finding a new normal.