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  • A really good book that I got totally immersed in

    ​I do love Sarah Morgan's books, and this was a slight detour from her usual fare, in that it is more womens fiction I suppose, as opposed to the just one couple romance books she usually writes. This book is mainly about two sisters (Lauren & Jenna) and their Mother (Nancy). They all lived on Martha's Vineyard growing up, but both sisters are now married with Jenna and Nancy still living in the same place, but Lauren has moved to England with her husband and has been living there many years, with their teenage daughter Mack. There are lots of secrets floating around, starting with one the two sisters have hidden since their illicit outing to a beach one night when they were young, which reveals itself as the book goes on. Their Mother has been a very hands-off Mother, an artist who was more involved in her work than her children, and so they are not very close. But then various disasters happen with both sisters and their Mother and the women from the three generations are thrown together on Martha's Vineyard, where they slowly start to work through problems and get to know each other as a family again, instead of just acquaintances who happen to be related to each other. I did find it slightly slow in the beginning, but I understand that the groundwork was being laid for the rest of the story, and it most definitely got better as it went along. Mack, the 16 year old daughter/niece/granddaughter, was really hard work to begin with. I know she's 16 and at 'that age' but she was a right brat and really irritating at times. She may have had her issues, but they all did. But luckily enough she started to work through her issues and settle into her new life becoming a much nicer and more thoughtful, confident person. Quite an emotionally charged book and a change from the lighter, more humorous fare usually associated with Sarah Morgan. This book was much more about family relationships, with a touch of romance in it. A really good book that I got totally immersed in and didn't want to finish by the end. I hope there is another book set here as I want to know how they are all getting on - more please Sarah Morgan!

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