My Sister’s Books Review #90

Pawleys Island

By Dorothea Benton Frank

Lowcountry Tales #5

 

Artist Rebecca Simms turns to Pawleys Island as a sanctuary from her tumultuous past. In this quaint town, she finds a cast of characters who are desperate to know her past and help her have a better future. Abigail Thurmond left the drama of the courtroom behind, when she retired to Pawleys Island to begin a new career as an author. However, when she meets Rebecca, Abigail knows she must dive back into her old career, to fight for Rebecca.

Dorothea Benton Frank’s writing is a bit predictable, and light-hearted, which makes for a good beach read. Though this is the fifth book in the series, it works well as a standalone. The setting of Pawleys Island makes this a great vacation for one’s mind.

Similar to Ann B. Ross, Cassandra King and Mary Kay Andrews

 

Notes:
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