is the sixth novel in Kay Salter’s Sarah Bowers series.
Sarah Bowers, now a young lady of seventeen, is anxious to have her portrait done by her dear friend Leland Davis. However, Sarah is shocked and dismayed to find Leland's idea of a location is a windswept beach. Barefoot, with carefully-curled hair in disarray, the girl with enormous gray eyes stares unsmiling into the camera. Her face, framed by long-stemmed sea oats bowing gracefully in the sea breeze, becomes a point of interest in Leland's studio for years to come.
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