Her mother, Brenda, has died leaving their family inn all to Michelle, which is great – except that she isn’t sure what condition it’s in. Brenda, has also left behind ‘the daughter of her heart’, Michelle’s former best friend, Carly – the entire reason she left the island to begin with. She will have Damaris, the inn’s chef that Michelle hired when she was only sixteen – and one of the few people left on this earth that she still trusts.
Michelle isn’t worried though – the inn is hers – she’ll just walk in, fire Carly, and handle things. But things never go as planned…
This is a story about friendships. Trust. Love.
I completely devoured this book- reading it in one afternoon! It was wonderful to watch Michelle and Carly learn that they had to move on together – even though that’s the only thing they didn’t want.
|Series:||Blackberry Island, 1|
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11 Replies to “Review: Barefoot Season by @SusanMallery”
WOOT! I did too! took me one night and I was like awwww I want more 🙂
I have this one on reserve at the library and cannot wait for it to come in!!!
I think this is the book that I wanted to read, I think it is on my wish list.
I am glad you gave it an “A”!
But I love almost anything that takes place on the beach or Island.
Sounds really good!! I’m adding it to my list! Love the cover!!
Aw, Vicki! You’ll love it. I was drawn in from page 1.