May Reviews

The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews

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The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews came out this week!  The book is a great summer read with loads of twists and turns and surprises.  Mary Kay Andrews books are usually light and breezy reads perfect for a sunny day at the beach.  High Tide Club is no different as it was a fun read. There were some elements of mystery, twists and turns that were not totally a surprise, but were unexpected.  

Josephine Bettendorf Warrick is dying and has decided to leave her home and land to her best friends growing up.  Two of the friends have died, but they had children who had children. Brooke Trappnell goes out to Talisa Island to meet with Josephine to help save the home and find the missing descendents.  That is until she realizes she is one of them. This leads Brooke to reach out to her old boss to help her with the estate issue since it would be unethical, if she took the case. Things get even more interesting when the cast of characters show up and stories start be shared. Then the interesting turns to murder and confusion and more twists.

I enjoyed the book The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews.  The story was interesting and layered with various secrets slowly being unveiled.  The characters were quirky and the story lines interesting. The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews was a good read.  

 

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At first I thought it said spa season. Either way it is a sign of rejuvenation! On a Kristin Hannah kick, loved Winter Garden. Happy reading!

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