Flight Patterns by Karen White
Georgia Chambers has spent her life filtering through other individuals’ pasts while attempting to overlook her own. Be that as it may, then her work as a specialist on fine china—particularly Limoges—obliges her to come back to the one place she swore she’d never revisit….
It has been a long time since Georgia left her family home on the bank of Florida, and not a lot has changed aside from that there are less shellfish and more sightseers. She discovers comfort in observing her granddad as yet worked away in the apiary where she spent quite a bit of her youth, however experiencing her irritated mother and sister abandons her shook.
Seeing them after this time makes Georgia understand that something has been missing—and unless she figures out how to recuperate these breaks, she will always be living vicariously through other individuals’ leftovers. To grasp her own particular life—slip-ups and all—she should discover the bravery to face the phantoms of her past and the insider facts she was compelled to keep….