by Jeffrey Stepakoff For Lily Davis, being the daughter of a Coke executive has its rewards.
For one, she and her family are treated almost as royalty in Toccoa, Georgia.
I picked this book up in spite of comparisons to Nicholas Sparks because it had blurbs from other (non-romance) authors.
As far as plot goes, this comparison to Sparks was apt, the modern framing of the story and some quality reminded me of “The Notebook” (or at least the movie, since I’ve never actually read one of Sparks’ books).
The geological time scale is divided into era, period, and epochs — all punctuated with the important events found in layers of rock.