the forever summer

51obNoQMjdLMarin, Rachel and Blythe pack up their suitcases and head to the charming Beach Rose Inn in Provincetown for an impromptu week at the beach that turns into a whole summer.

Marin has left her fiancé to be with the man she has been having an affair with for some time. Soon after she breaks off the engagement, she is fired from the law firm she works at because of the affair she has been having with the colleague (Julian). Julian reacts by suggesting they not see each other anymore. Marin feels completely unmoored and dislocated and reluctantly agrees to make the trip to Provincetown with Rachel to escape her problems.

Rachel is the half-sister Marin never knew about who shows up and convinces Marin to make the trip with her to visit their newly discovered grandmother.  Rachel never had much family and is ecstatic to meet her new relatives.

Blythe, Marin’s mother, goes along on the trip to be moral support for her daughter and to try to get over the fact that her husband has been having an affair and has just asked her for a divorce. She is also trying to make amends with Marin, who is very hurt and angry that her mother kept this grandmother and other secrets from her all these years.

Amelia, owner of the Beach Rose Inn and newly discovered grandmother welcomes the women to her home with open arms and an open heart. She is battling her own issues with her estranged children and is thrilled by the discovery that she has other family.

As the women stay at the inn, the ocean is an offering of peace and happiness and the sunshine helps cure their woes. Secrets are revealed and drama ensues as all the women struggle to come to terms with their secrets, hardships and each other.

Perfect read for a beach day, trip or vacation!!! For those who enjoy women’s fiction.

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