Beach Winds (Emerald Isle, NC Stories) (Volume 2) 2nd Edition
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Beach Rental is Juli's story. Beach Winds is Frannie's story. And Beach Wedding is Maia's story.
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If you enjoyed Beach Rental, you will simply love Beach Winds and the intriguing love, mystery and family that surrounds the beautiful beach in Emerald Isle.
Frannie has come to Emerald Isle to care for her Uncle's ocean front home and assist with the responsibilities until or if he recovers from his stroke.
Little does she imagine that she will find herself, her family and possibly some love in the process. She begins to unravel her unhealthy relationship with her mother, who has always loved and cared for Frannie, or has she?
This is a wonderful book that you will not want to miss.
Anxious for the next book in this series to come soon.
The waters of Emerald Isle seem to have a healing power all its own. And mysterious was of bringing forth answers one has been seeking, even if they are unaware. With the peace of the water, good friends, and openness, the characters of Emerald Isle seem to find strength, even during times of upheaval and peace, within themselves and their surroundings...even when all is not settled.
A wonderful novel that explores friends, family, relationships, and self preservation and perseverance.
this novel, it was nice to again see some of the same characters. However, I just found this novel kind of plodding and predictable. The character of Fran was simply hard to figure out for a good portion of the book. I also thought that most of the other characters just were not interesting enough to care about at all.And at the end, I just felt like there were so many plot lines left hanging in the air, that I was very disappointed. Ms. Greene, however, does manage to capture the beauty that is Emerald Isle. Since I live nearby, I am very familiar with the restaurants in the book and glad that they get some recognition. OK beach novel but not the best.