Connor Sullivan is faintly aware that the three siblings descending on the beach cottage next door have been estranged for years. It's not his business what happened in their past, his primary concern is that they become as curious as he is about their grandmother's disappearance. Without any effort on her part, it's the youngest sister Maddy that snags his attention; her apparent mistrust of his intentions are written all over her pretty face. Having been widowed for the past three years, women have been off of Connor's radar, but that pattern seems about to change, as surely as the summer tides.
Enjoy each authentic sentiment in this story, as a family struggles to make sense of their past; slowly unraveling the painful secrets that have severely crippled their relationships with each other. Can forgiveness take center stage? Will the truth set them free?
*I purchased a copy and was under no obligation to review, nor provide a favorable review.
One of Southern Living's "25 Beach Reads Perfect for Summer"
One of Woman's World's "Best New Books"
A Summer of Low Tides Could Expose Years of Family Secrets
When her grandmother goes missing from the family beach house, Maddy and her estranged sisters converge in Sea Haven, North Carolina. Being with uptight Nora and free-spirited Emma in the home where their family broke apart is a struggle Maddy is not in the mood to face, especially since she's recovering from her ex-boyfriend's betrayal.
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This book sounds intriguing and like a real page turner! Thanks for posting this review, it really makes me want to read this book, I will be adding it to my TBR list. Have a great weekend. God Bless you.ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to reading this book--hopefully, soon! Thanks for the lovely review, Rebecca!ReplyDelete