A novel by Tara Marlow.
The last two years have been sheer hell for Aubrey. Her son convinces her that walking 800 kilometres across Spain via the Camino Frances would be good for her.
When she befriends Pam and Georgina, she realises focusing on their baggage, literal in every sense, is easier than facing her own truths.
Georgina possesses a gift she is reluctant to explore and is trying to find where she fits in her own world. And Pam, despite looking like a Granny, swears like a sailor and is obsessed with all things Camino. Aubrey senses they are holding back truths of their own.
But when Aubrey’s past comes knocking, she can no longer bury the memories that haunt her with someone else’s problems. She must confront her own demons, before her past consumes her. Before she loses what she most wants forever.
Will the Camino provide the answers they’re looking for? Or will it provide answers to questions they hadn’t even thought to ask?
Camino Wandering is a fictional tale about the strength of three women, learning what it takes to know, support, and love each other—including themselves—no matter where the trail takes them.