Beachside Bibliophile: Five Must-Read Books to Savor Under the Sun
Certified beach reads!
Meet Maggie, a charmingly relatable go-getter caught between New York City’s winter gloom and the sunny shores of Sullivan’s Island. As Maggie returns to her hometown, she unravels family secrets and discovers a version of herself she has never met before. Victoria Benton Frank’s newest novel allows readers to escape to the captivating world of the South Carolina Lowcountry.
Author Ali Brady weaves a jaw-dropping narrative of family ties and buried truths. The Beach Trap is a tale of sisterhood, secrets, and second chances. The story follows Kat Steiner and Blake O’Neill, two estranged half-sisters brought together by a surprising inheritance. As they navigate the challenges of renovating their childhood beach house, the sisters confront their past and forge a new path forward.
A heartwarming journey of love, companionship, and second chances. Millicent Watts-Cohen sets out to fulfill a promise, carrying the precious remains of her dear friend and the hope of a happily ever after. As she navigates unexpected detours and peculiar encounters, Millie discovers that her journey may hold surprises, not only for Mrs Nash’s love story but also for her own.
Felicity “Fizzy” Chen has penned countless swoon-worthy romance novels, but when it comes to her own love life, she’s drawing a blank. Enter Connor Prince, a single father and filmmaker who offers Fizzy an opportunity to experience love firsthand as part of a reality TV show. As the cameras roll and sparks fly, Fizzy discovers that love might be more unpredictable and enchanting than any of her fictional tales.
A summer getaway filled with laughter, love, and life-changing moments in the enchanting world of Hope Falls. Emily, Rachel, and Tori set out for a dreamy holiday at the Lakeside cottage, but when a surprise visitor shakes things up, their plans take a hilarious and unexpected turn. This delightful story explores career choices, relationships, and the bonds that shape our lives—for better or worse.