River's CallLarge Print - 2012
Anna Larson's daughter, Lauren, is confused, brokenhearted, and misguided. It's the turbulent 1960s and feeling alienated from her mother, Lauren chooses to stay with her paternal grandmother. But when she's repelled by her grandmother's manipulative and spiteful ways, Lauren returns to her mother, the river, and the Inn at Shining Waters.
There, Lauren begins to appreciate the person her mother is becoming -- and she loves the river. However, her mother's romantic interest throws a wrench into the works and Lauren, jealous and angry, returns to her grandmother yet again.
As time passes, Lauren is now a mother to her own defiant teenager, and faces a new crisis -- one that puts the entire family at risk.
Baker & Taylor
In the 1960s, Lauren, confused, brokenhearted, and misguided, moves back and forth from living with her mother to living with her paternal grandmother until she is an adult with a defiant teen daughter of her own.