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The Summer Nanny

LOVE All of Holly Chamberlin’s books. Especially the ones set in fictional “Yorktide” or York Beach, Maine! From Amazon: Every June, the quiet beach town of Ogunquit is overtaken by wealthy families who hire local young women like Amy Latimer … Continue reading

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The Perfect Couple

A sure sign of Summer is a new book from Elin Hilderbrand!! I’ve been reading since her first book The Beach Club!  I think that came out in 2000!!! I loved The Perfect Couple.  A wonderful Summer read that brought … Continue reading

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When Life Gives You LuluLemons

A sequel to The Devil Wears Prada. Was it as good as TDWP?  Close!!! The book features Emily Charlton who I LOVE! I read the character Karolina as Melania.  (sorry for even typing that, but I did!) It was super … Continue reading

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Lighthouse Beach

I discovered Shelley Noble back in 2012 and have read every book she has released since! Love the cover of this book.  It’s perfect for this Summer of wicker! I read this book and then Mom did.  We both loved … Continue reading

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The Forever Summer

This is the second book I’ve read by Jamie Brenner.  Plus I know there’s one to look forward to next summer too!  (The Husband Hour is out now, but I wait for the softcover versions!) This book takes place in … Continue reading

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Sailing Lessons

Sailing Lessons is the fourth book I’ve read by Hannah McKinnon!  I look forward to her books each summer. My Mom is reading this book now and she reads aloud every time she recognizes a location on the Cape that … Continue reading

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Letters From Lighthouse Cottage

LOVED this book about a little seaside town called Sandybridge!! From Amazon: Sandybridge is the perfect English seaside town: home to gift shops, tea rooms and a fabulous fish and chip shop. And it’s home to Grace – although right … Continue reading

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