OK, so this is an Alice Hoffman book, so I basically should love it.
I finished it last night, pushing my early bedtime back an hour because I was just SO close. And it was good, but the end made me sad.
In fact, the whole book made me sad. I love Martha’s Vineyard, and I loved the characters, and I wanted none of them to be sad, just happy. That’s what I always want for the characters I love. But, it did teach me a little about love, happiness, knowing yourself, loving the beach, and knowing where you belong. I’m glad I read it, and it gives me a good feeling to know I’ve completed something.
Meanwhile, it’s the only book I’ve completed this year, and it’s March 4th. Jeff is on a shoot this weekend, and I think my goal might be 2 novels just to catch myself up and focus. My goal is to read 50 books this year, so I really need to get on the ball.
Next up? Montana Sky by Nora Roberts for our Book Club. We wanted to read a romance novel for February. I realize it’s March. But I dare you to find a book club full of a better looking bunch of ladies than mine, even if we don’t read on time.