THE GUEST HOUSE
With the energy and optimism of a summer romance, this novel intertwines stories of the past and present, uncovering secrets thought to have been hidden in the past and giving hope for the characters in the present. The plot is heartwarming and engaging, stirring up a depth of emotion that make this novel the perfect summer read.
Edie Wright’s summer fling with Tucker Moss in 1966 led to a broken heart and a feud between their two families. Decades later, Edie’s 18-year-old daughter, Lexi, follows her mother’s footsteps when her fiancé, Hudson Moss, jilts her. Eleven years later, Lexi returns to the Cape Cod town and runs into Cooper, Hudson’s younger brother. Stirring up old feelings, Lexi and Edie are faced with tough decisions of the heart and second chances at love. (NAL, Jun., 368 pp, $15.00)