The Beach House by Mary Alice Monroe.
It’s not anthing like I anticipated it to be ( ? )
However, had I known that it was part of a trilogy, I probably wouldn’t have chosen it . . .
The author tells the story with visual words that effortlessly pull you in from the get go. . .
You won’t be disappointed . . .
Ps: 2016 has been all about strong beautiful women
1. Wild by Cheryl Strayed
2. Breaking Night by Liz Murray “Homeless to Harvard”
3. Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert