Friday, July 19, 2013

Seaside Harmony: A Review

Can I book a room at Misty Harbor Inn? The scenery in this book is as good as the story in my opinion. When three sisters come to Nantucket to vacation and to remember their mother, who loved the island, they follow a whim and decide to remodel a inn into a bed and breakfast despite their unresolved issues from the past.

I love that four authors came together to write one cohesive book that flows from chapter to chapter and character to character. Each sister has a unique past that affects the buying of the inn. Will free spirit Caroline be able to settle down in one place? Can Gracie leave her kids and grandkids to follow her own dream? And Can Sam balance them long enough to make the inn a success?

While I liked all the sisters, my favorite part was the mystery surrounding the house and its former owners. There's something special about houses that hold history, and I like how the clues were held in surprising places (don't want to give away too much).

Fans of Christian fiction, especially those who like to read about characters who are a little more seasoned than in most Christian fiction books, will enjoy this book.

I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.


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