LOGGERHEAD MEANS MORE THAN “YOU DUMB ASS”

FIND OUT MORE BY READING THE BEACH HOUSE BY MARY ALICE MONROE!

THE BEACH HOUSE

THIS WAS A HEARTWARMING TALE ABOUT A MOTHER AND DAUGHTER COMING TO TERMS WITH EACH OTHER AT THE END OF THE MOTHER’S LIFE.  They begin to repair a long-suffering relationship based upon misunderstandings, for no one really knows the road another has walked or the reasons for the choices made until they are brought to light.  Saving the Loggerhead Turtles becomes a shared passion along with others along the Isle of Palms who help form a cohesive community.  This is also the tale of an unlikely romance for the daughter who avoided the institution of marriage because of her mother’s and father’s seemingly loveless relationship.

HERE IS THE SYNOPSIS FROM THE LIBRARY:

Known for her moving characters and emotional honesty, Mary Alice Monroe brings readers a beautifully rendered story that explores the fragile yet enduring bond between mothers and daughters.

Caretta Rutledge thought she’d left her Southern roots and troubled family far behind. But an unusual request from her mother–coming just as her own life is spinning out of control–has Cara heading back to the scenic Lowcountry of her childhood summers. Before long, the rhythms of the island open her heart in wonderful ways as she repairs the family beach house, becomes a bona fide “turtle lady” and renews old acquaintances long thought lost. But it is in reconnecting with her mother that she will learn life’s most precious lessons–true love involves sacrifice, family is forever and the mistakes of the past can be forgiven.

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