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Beach House for Rent (The Beach House Book 4) Kindle Edition
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"Reading this novel feels like a long, luxurious trip to the beach. Mary Alice Monroe writes gorgeously, with authority and tenderness, about the natural world and its power to inspire, transport, and to heal. Readers will love this story of two unforgettable women–one reeling from an unexpected tragedy, the other drawn into a daring and passionate new love." (--#1 New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs )
"Mary Alice Monroe understands that a house is never just a house. As we revisit The Beach House we are immersed in the heartbeat and pulse of her South Carolina Lowcountry as never before. Monroe’s singular ability to blend the natural world with the emotional world allows for a gorgeous novel, wondrously both bittersweet and also life-affirming. The story reveals its secrets with shorebirds and human hearts at the center of its graceful axis. No one else tells an insightful and powerful story quite like Mary Alice Monroe—and in BEACH HOUSE FOR RENT, you won’t be able to stop reading--for even that glass of sweet tea.” (--New York Times bestselling author Patti Callahan Henry )
“Monroe continues her series featuring women who return to Primrose for comfort, healing, and strength. However, the books can stand alone…[Readers] will delight in this latest novel featuring women who need the healing power of nature.” (Library Journal, starred review)
“Monroe’s newest installation in her Beach House series also serves as stand-alone novel, but faithful readers will recognize her ability to blend uniquely human stories with pressing environmental issues. Fans of Mary Kay Andrews and Mary Simses will adore this novel of simple pleasures, shifting priorities, and the power of self-discovery. Tender and inspiring with a touch of romance, it's just the thing to fill an empty beach bag.” (Booklist)
"Her hallmark knack for plumbing the inner depths of her characters and connecting them with one another in ways that feel perfectly organic – all the while weaving in those environmental issues near and dear to her heart – is a winning formula that’s made Monroe one of the most beloved authors in the nation and a well-known champion of conservation causes." (SCNow)
“…a charming and poignant story ideal for Summer reading.” (Pop Sugar)
“…a skilled storyteller who never lets her readers down…she makes Isle of Palms come enticingly alive, calling all readers to this garden of paradise which is just ripe for a visit. Mary Alice Monroe creates characters that you wish/hope could be real people so that they could become your friends. And you feel if you could visit the Lowcountry they would be there waiting.” (Huffington Post)
“Beach House for Rent is choice property.” (Star News)
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- File Size : 9074 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B01MPZHKJ5
- Publisher : Gallery Books; Reissue Edition (June 20, 2017)
- Print Length : 329 pages
- Publication Date : June 20, 2017
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #43,384 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Cara picks herself up from a dark abyss with the help of friends and family to regain her former strength and tenacity. Her namesake, the loggerhead turtle, plays a role in her recovery, as does her beloved mother Lovie whose spirit wanders the house at night.
Heather overcomes her weakness, social anxiety, and emerges as a beautiful butterfly from the cocoon with the help of Cara, her new friends, and her first love, Bo. Readers learn about the plight of the shorebirds whose numbers decrease each year through the eyes of Heather and Bo. Heather, a commissioned artist, came to Isle of Palms to paint shorebirds for postage stamps. Her artistic descriptions of the waterfowl paint vivid portraits of her beloved and endangered birds. Lovie makes appearances to Heather as well in her dreams. By the end of the novel, Heather has transformed from a shy, insecure young woman to a more confident, outgoing, more mature one who has found her voice at last.
and you are immediately drawn into the lives of her characters . Even through there is tragedy , she is able to help you see the growth
and understand the pain. She is a gem of a writer and i have read and will continue to read anything she writes. I still believe her first novels were her most powerful!
Top reviews from other countries
Mary Alice Morning Monroe isn’t flippant about her character’s quirks, conditions or ailments and you love the characters as soon as you meet them.
Thank you for another fabulous book. Now I want to join the Turtle Ladies.
She is an inspirational writer. Enjoy her Beach House series