The Cast Net - Adult Fiction/Contemporary Women/Romance
366 Pages, 6x9 Paperback
Written by Millie West
When Mills Taylor, a talented New York advertising agent and artist, accepts a job as the director of an educational scholarship foundation in Alston Station, a town near Charleston, South Carolina, she never imagines that her new position will launch a year of living dangerously. Her boss, Cooper Heath, is as socially conscious as he is handsome, but not only does he have a missing wife, but some people also think that he made her disappear.
"The Cast Net" chronicles the year when Mills plunges into a socially unfamiliar world of Southern money and power in the late 1980s. As she helps Cooper cope and seek the truth behind his wife's disappearance, she learns the deeper meaning of "the cast net" and why it has been embraced by generations of Low Country residents. "The Cast Net" is a compelling and engaging novel about roots, a sense of community, trust, betrayal, redemption, and especially---love.