The Eyes Have It
By: Julie Allan
(A Lowcountry Home Novel #1)
Elizabeth “Lizzie” Long has recently been informed by her husband that he is moving on, and she also learned the news about her beloved Uncle’s passing. Lizzie packs up her dogs and moves back home to McClellanville, South Carolina, to soak up the healing vibes of the low country. With the help of her Aunt, and old friends, Lizzie realizes all that she has been missing in life and what she truly wants for her future. As Lizzie makes peace with her present, will she allow her past pain to control her chance at happiness?
The Blessings of the Animals
By: Katrina Kittle
Cami Anderson helps all creatures, great and small. That is her job as a Veterinarian, but it is also a life-long passion. Her husband and daughter are used to the motley strays she has brought home and nursed back to health. After one rescue mission, she comes home only to find that her husband has packed all of his things and announces the end to their marriage. While numb, she must not only face her family and friends, but also continue caring for the injured horse. Life doesn’t stop moving for Cami’s loved ones, as they all celebrate significant relationship milestones. Cami must learn to accept these events and move forward in life, with the help of her friends.
Flash and Fancy An Otter Adventure on the Waccamaw River
By: Tom Doran and Christine Thomas Doran
Illustrated by: Nancy Van Buren
Flash and Fancy are two lovely otters living on Sandy Island. Even though they knew of each other, their friendship is solidified when Fancy’s life is in danger. Flash comes to her rescue and the two of them explore the mighty Waccamaw River together.
Last night I logged on and was fully prepared to post 2 reviews for all of you. However as I started to type, the news broke of the tragedy and devastation out in the Midwest. My heart goes out to all those affected by these storms. Sending positive thoughts and warm wishes for everyone as they begin the journey to recovery. I send my gratitude to all of the first responders and volunteers that have come together to help their communities. I hope that everyone that remains in the path of this terrifying storm finds a way to stay safe.
With warm thoughts and prayers,