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Donohue spins first-rate women’s fiction in this imaginative and lyrically told tale about how the most unlikely of people become family.
— Publishers Weekly

From USA Today bestselling author Meg Donohue comes a spellbinding and suspenseful tale inspired by Wuthering Heights that illuminates the ways in which hope—and even magic—can blossom in the darkest of places. You, Me, and the Sea, Donohue's fifth novel, appears on many Best Books of Spring and Summer 2019 lists, including Entertainment Weekly’s Spring Reading Picks,’s Everything You Should Read this May, Parade’s Big Fiction Reads Every Book Club will love, and PopSugar’s Best Books of May.  Read more news and reviews here.

As a child, Merrow spends her days exploring fog-cloaked bluffs and swimming in the coves around her coastal California home, Horseshoe Cliff. It is an enchanting childhood, but it is not without hardship—the mystery of Merrow’s mother’s death haunts her, as does the increasingly senseless cruelty of her older brother, Bear.

Then Amir arrives in Merrow’s life. He’s been tossed about from India to New York and now to Horseshoe Cliff, to stay with her family. Merrow is drawn to his spirit, his passion, and his resilience in the face of Bear’s viciousness. Together they embrace their love of the sea, and their growing love for each other.

But when tragedy strikes, Merrow is forced to question whether Amir is really the person she believed him to be. To find her own path forward, she must let go of the only home she’s ever known, and the only boy she’s ever loved....  

On a cliff high above the Pacific Ocean, an enchanting story of passionate love, devastating secrets, and the sea’s mysteries unfolds. Deftly moving between the past and present, Meg Donohue re-imagines Wuthering Heights with an awe-inspiring love story for the ages.
— Patti Callahan, New York Times bestselling author of Becoming Mrs. Lewis
You, Me, and the Sea is an enchanting and imaginative story about soulmates, family, and forgiveness. With its sparkling allure of Northern California’s rugged coast and aura of mystery and romance, I was swept away by this evocative modern take on Wuthering Heights.
— Elise Hooper, author of The Other Alcott and Learning to See