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Women’s Fiction Review – Life’s a Beach 7/27

 

Life’s a Beach by Claire Cook

Review by Kristin D. (kdurham2813

 

A story with a woman who is trying to find her true passion while figuring out what her future will hold.

The cast of characters was hilarious and entertaining – her family made the book even more enjoyable.

I have a sister and I enjoy reading about sister relationships – these two made me laugh out loud because I saw me and my sister a few years down the road in their shoes.

As the sister obsessed about her upcoming birthday, I giggled as I may obsess about things in my life.

A love triangle, which I always enjoy, made this book a page turner.

Sometimes I was sure which guy I want her to end up with and then I would flip a few pages and I was stumped – I had no clue which one would be the best in the end.  Between the artsy glassblower and the methodical electrician from the movie set, I just couldn’t decide who best fit her.

As the story unfolded, I am glad the end came as it did and how it happened.

It may have “beach” in the title, but that isn’t the only reason why I put this book into my beach read list.  A light and easy great read that I would recommend to pack in your beach bag.

NOTE – I don’t have a clue why it was titled as such, it didn’t quite fit the story.

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2 Responses to “Women’s Fiction Review – Life’s a Beach 7/27”

  1. Cozette M. (CozSnShine) says:

    Thanks for the review. Look like a perfect summer read.

  2. Hunter S. (Hunter1) says:

    I put it on my holds list! Thanks!

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