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I've never read anything by Mary Beth before, but I really enjoyed this story. She uses flash-backs creatively without disturbing the flow of the story. The journey of self-discovery as well as God-discovery Macy embarked on is real, something similar to one of my own.
I give this book a real five stars, with a bottle full of time.
I'm a big believer in things happening for a reason. Whether it's a conversation you are having making you realize something, or even reading a book that makes you realize things won't always be tough. However, I don't like for religion to be the forefront of anything I read or listen to. Mostly because there is such a fine line between sharing your views and pushing your opinion on people to try and make them believe it too. TGB straddled that line for me.
It started out without any mention of religion and I thought maybe the other reviews I'd read were just flat our wrong. Then about half way through it seemed to just pop up...followed by it being mentioned what sometimes felt like every other page. It was borderline too much. That aside, I really did enjoy the book. [Don't look at me like that! I'm a woman and I have every right to like something even when it is full of things I don't connect with.]
There was a lot of repetitiveness. I felt like "the artist" was being drilled into my head every page or two. But it was a neat idea for a story. I just didn't feel like it was solid enough to grab me and not let me go. There was something that I didn't connect with. Possibly because I haven't gone through the major things that Macy had? I don't know. I can't say for sure.
I'd have liked to have learned more about certain characters. I enjoyed Macy's daughter, mother and brother .Read more ›
Ten years later, as an adult with a child and a failed relationship behind her, Macy agrees to spend time in the cottage with her grieving mother, troubled brother, and her carefree little girl. Will the mystery artist have entered a new drawing just for her? Even more importantly, will she be able to find out who he is?
This is a light, but fun book. The reader is led through a maze of mystery by well-written, well-developed characters and picturesque settings. It is the perfect book for summer reading, light and breezy like a stay at the beach. I loved it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Macy is a troubled single Mom of darling pre-schooler, Emma.
Together with her Mom, Brenda and older brother, Max the family goes back to their summer cottage at the beach. Read more
...makes me want to visit the sculpture and say a prayer on the beach. Very easy, inspiring and enjoyable read.Published 10 days ago by Denise Evans
Clean romantic novel. This is one story the Hallmark Channel shouldn't miss out off.Published 13 days ago by evangelina alanis
This book was very relatable and full of twists. I loved it and really felt like I was on the beach.Published 17 days ago by T Nunez
The story was sweet but not very realistic. I also didn't like the underlying message that in order to be happy, one needs a romantic interest. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Bookworm nurse
This book kept me wondering to the end. I figure out a lot of endings before the story is over. Not this one. I loved this book! Loved how God played a big part in it.Published 22 days ago by Gladys A. Gunn