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    Got It All

    POSITIVES OF THIS BOOK ARE TOO MANY TO LIST!!! NEGATIVE is simply that the story came to an end. The events of 1940's on an island in Georgia. Narration switches between POV along with time periods. Excellent characters, secrets revealed, and numerous happenings that make this an enjoyable entertainment option. Andrews started out with the introductions that at first seemed cloudy. Loved the length of the book that allowed for extended read time. "A copy of this book was provided by St. Martin's Press via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    THTC

    Loved this book.. love all your books... thanks for the entertainment
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    Great Lazy Day Read

    As always, fantastic character development. Might e my favorite story of hers yet.
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    INTRIGUING!!

    This book draws you in with its exotic private barrier island location, its unusual cast of characters and an intricate plot that will keep you guessing until the end! Throw in strained family relationships, other strained relationships, outlandish wealth, forbidden love, attempting to correct wrongs from the past, a dying eccentric widow with no known heirs, murder, romance, deception, deception and DECEPTION and you are in for an emotional story that will stay with you long after you’ve read the last page. It’s a story of love and loss, love and deception, love and hate, love and friendships that have endured for 70 years and reminds us that love never fails! I was provided an ARC by the Publisher and NetGalley. The opinions expressed here are completely my own and without influence.
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    Secrets and sisterhood

    The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews is a great beach read, but if you plan to spend much time at the beach take more books, because you’re going to plow right through this one. It’s got her usual gorgeous setting and Southern charm, with its unique and sometimes peculiar beliefs and traditions woven into a solid story of family, friendships and love. But there is also a mystery. That was a surprise, but a good surprise, as it kept me guessing right up until the end. Ninety-nine-year-old heiress Josephine Bettendorf Warrick has a terminal illness and wants to protect her island, Talisa Island, from those who would despoil her land after she has died. She also has a lot of secrets from the past and needs to make amends to the heirs of the long dead women who were her closest friends. She unexpectedly selects 30-something lawyer and single mother Brooke Trappnell to help her achieve the two goals. The High Tide Club of the book title was formed in the 1930s and the story alternates between then and the present. It’s a fascinating story of old friendships, secrets, betrayal and a long-unsolved murder. The mystery kind of snuck up on me; I was thoroughly enjoying the story these women of the past and present when I realized there was so much more. There are a lot of unexpected connections between the characters, people are not always who you thought they were, and some of them have so much at stake they will go to any lengths to keep it. The plot is solid and believable, and the story flows so smoothly that it’s hard to put down. And just when I thought I had finally figured out all the connections of who did what and what happened to who, I was surprised to learn I was wrong and there was another twist. The High Tide Club is a thoroughly marvelous story about female friendships, past relationships, dark secrets, and sisterhood with a satisfying ending. I recommend it without hesitation. Thank you to NetGalley for providing the ARC.
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