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Family, friendship, and romance are the relationships that define women’s’ lives, and New York Times best-selling author Susan Mallery has a way of bringing those to life through her novels. Her stories are warm, humorous and relate-able, so it’s no wonder that 40 million copies of her books have been sold across the world. Her latest novel, Summer of Sunshine & Margot, is a perfect addition to your summer reads list.
Susan Mallery is a master of weaving family drama and romance, along with humor into her women’s fiction stories, and she definitely makes you wish you were right there in the action in Summer of Sunshine & Margot. In one of the most satisfying books of the year, this story follows the Baxter sisters. Their family is known for a long line of women who are disastrous when it comes to luck and love, Sunshine and Margot are determined to turn disasters into destiny this summer.
Summer of Sunshine & Margot gives usÂ gentle reminder that love is never how you planned it to be, can be completely risky, yet also full of wonderful surprises. Susan Mallery tugs at our heartstrings through Summer of Sunshine & Margot and weaves in stories of past heartbreaks that have affected Fraternal twins Sunshine and Margot, along with the biggest of them all, abandonment from their mother. It’s and emotional story that wraps you up into the mix of it all, compelling you to turn page after page.
My front porch is one of my favorite summer reading spots, where I generally allow myself an hour each afternoon to get lost in a story. I often found myself prolonging that hour while reading this riveting story because I just couldn’t put it down. What should have taken me about a week of afternoons to read, had me flipping to the very last page on day 3. I just couldn’t stop reading because I had to know what happened next. Summer of Sunshine & Margot is a real page turner and one of those great summer reads to immerse yourself in on the beach, relaxing in the backyard, or wherever your summer reading spot may be.