The Love Season is about a chef named Marguerite Beale, who lives on the island and used to run a very successful restaurant. The character lived on Quince Street, which was a couple of blocks away from where we were staying. Every time I passed the street, I couldn't help looking down..what a geek-I know. Marguerite was described in such great detail, that I kept feeling like I saw her when I was walking around Nantucket. I am laughing at myself writing this, but I am so serious. When I was near the end, I kept it with me in my purse. I ended up finding a chair in a store and read while my pals were shopping away. The last time I did this was in Memphis. I was reading a book in line at Graceland and my friends were extremely annoyed with me. Anyway...the book was great.
On Monday, after I finished reading The Love Season, I bought Summer Affair. Another great read, I finished it on the plane before we reached Miami.
A few months ago, I read this one. A little more drama, but this was the first book of hers that I read. I loved reading about Nantucket in the background of the story.
The Castaways was amazing. I could not put this one down. The four couples in the story are so likable, so real and she describes their friendships in a way you can totally relate. I felt like I knew them all after I finished this one.
Next up...Silver Girl!!