Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Sunflower Summer: A Review

Three sisters come together to run an inn on Nantucket's coast. What could happen? Sibling rivalry, romance, quirky guests, and a secret room.
When I first picked up the book, I figured Evangeline Kelley was just an author I had never heard of, so when I learned it was really three authors writing as one, I was impressed because the book flows as though it's written by one person.
Although sometimes slow, I enjoyed this book. I liked meeting the different guests, especially the eccentric older actress and the honeymooners who were the guinea pig guests. I love how the guests come and go but leave lasting impacts on the sisters.
Most Christian fiction books focus on younger heroines, but having older (not old) characters added a dimension to the book that sets it apart from others in its genre.
Most of all, the book has renewed my desire to visit Nantucket. I hope when I go, I can stay at a little inn like Misty Harbor Inn.
I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.
Fans of Christian fiction will enjoy this sweet novel.

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