Sunday, July 2, 2017

Secrets in Summer by Nancy Thayer - Reshelved Books

Hello fellow Dewey readers! 

Today we give you a review on Nancy Thayer's latest novel, Secrets in Summer.    Let me start off by saying that I (Jessica) absolutely loved and adored this novel.  I felt like it was my life- or rather the life that I live inside my head that was being told within these pages.  Maybe that's why I loved it so much.  


Reasons Why I Felt Like This Was My Life In a Book:

1) The main character, Darcy,  is a librarian. ✔ 
       I have my MLIS. 
2) Darcy lives by the beach. 
      Can I? Please?
3) Darcy married young and was left both heartbroken and free. 
      So I've never been married, but close enough.
4) Darcy finds someone new to love, who is a much better fit. 
      Bingo. 
5) The man Darcy falls in love with doesn't want to move into Darcy's house.  He would rather pick out a new home /  start a new life together.   
       AND. 
6) To do this they must both learn how to compromise.  


Did Nancy Thayer write this for me?  Nancy, if you're reading this, you don't know how much I needed a book like this right now in my life.  Thank you.

This book is fun, it is beachy, and it is impossible to put down!  I guess maybe I'm little bit biased because I felt like I could have very easily been Darcy, but nonetheless, I just want to take this book, hold it in the air, and shout "READ THIS BOOK!" at the top of my lungs. And really, you all should.  I promise you will not be disappointed.


I love this book so much, that I am giving it 5 out of 5 Coffee Beans 

P.S. Jillian and Grandma loved it too. 

  
~Jessica 
   

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