Sunday, May 5, 2013

Book Review ~ Sunflower Summer by Evanageline Kelley ~ 5/5!!

Sunflower Summer

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Title:  "Sunflower Summer"
Series:  Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn Book 2
Author:  Evangeline Kelley
Publisher:  Guideposts
Publication Date:  4/1/13
Pages:  269

Book Description:

Misty Harbor Inn officially opens, and Gracie Gold, the middle Marris sister, wrestles with an overwhelming decision. As the sisters learn the day-to-day workings of running an inn, Gracie counsels its first guests, newlyweds whose honeymoon seems to be ending before it begins. Meanwhile, Sam’s discovery of a clue in a secret room sheds unflattering light on Hannah Montague, who vanished from the house more than one hundred years ago. And as Gracie and Caroline welcome guests to the inn, they are delighted to see how God uses it—and them—to deepen relationships and transform lives.

My Overall Feeling of the Book:

Reading book #2 in the Misty Harbor Inn series makes me wish all the more that I could actually go there to visit.  I loved reading about the visitors to the Inn and the running of the B&B.

I eagerly read hoping to learn more about the mystery surrounding Hannah Montague's disappearance.  Although everything wasn't fully made clear, learning more about the history helps to draw better conclusions of my own.

I hope there is another book in the series and I can learn even more about the Inn and the mysteries it holds.

A Brief Excerpt:
"Caroline's look of intense concentration as she worked on her project made Gracie think  of an old movie with a mad scientist."
 Page 1

The Cover:

I like the blues and yellows but I miss the view of the ocean from the first book.

Other Notes:

~  Read Book One first to get a better feel for this book.



On to the next book,

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