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The Family Beach House In this poignant, evocative novel, bestselling author Holly Chamberlin sweeps you into the picturesque town of Ogunquit, Maine, where a family in flux explores their ties to a beautiful beach house, and to each other Some houses have a personality of their own Larchmere is that kind of place a splendid, sprawling home with breathtaking views that open to briny Atlantic air and seabirds calls It s the place where Tilda McQueen O Connell grew up and now vacations each year, and where she and her three siblings Adam, Hannah, and Craig have gathered to commemorate the tenth anniversary of their mother s passing But instead of the bittersweet but relaxing reunion Tilda expected, she finds chaos Her father s plan to marry a younger woman has thrown the fate of the beach house into uncertainty For Tilda, the stakes seem the highest Alone and vulnerable two years after her husband s death, she sees Larchmere as not just a cherished part of her history, but her eventual refuge from the world Faced with losing that legacy, Tilda must embrace an unknown future And all the McQueens must reconcile their shared, sometimes painful past and learn how to love one another even when it means forging a life apart The Family Beach House, by Holly Chamberlin a compelling novel that skips past warm fuzzy and heads straight for real gritty Ms Chamberlin exposes uncomfortable hidden familial emotions Many uglies arise that no one wants to own, or admit to feeling Larchmere, surrounded by beauty, and the briny sea air of the Atlantic, is everyone s dream family legacy Located in an tight knit historic village in Main, this splendid sprawling beach house calls everyone home for the 10th year memor The Family Beach House, by Holly Chamberlin a compelling novel that skips past warm fuzzy and heads straight for real gritty Ms Chamberlin exposes uncomfortable hidden familial emotions Many uglies arise that no one wants to own, or admit to feeling Larchmere, surrounded by beauty, and the briny sea air of the Atlantic, is everyone s dream family legacy Located in an tight knit historic village in Main, this splendid sprawling beach house calls everyone home for the 10th year memorial of Charlotte McQueen s passing The four grown McQueen children, two women and two men, are in very different spaces in their lives, and each has an opposing opinion of who their mother really was But, initially, they find themselves united in discomfort, insecurity, and worry for their inheritance when they discover their beloved father, Bill, has a serious girlfriend much younger than he is Tilda McQueen O Connell, recently widowed, feels she has the most to lose a cherished part of her history, and a potential refuge from the world Explore the incredible character development, and choose who you will champion Will it be the one who is the hardest to love Try this interesting summer escape, Gwendolyn Broad, author, Life Came to a Standstill I stuck with this book until the end, waiting for something to happen Nothing did. This book sucked I could not wait to finish it None of the characters were likable I bet there is a lot of the author in her characters The entire book seems to have been written to promote homosexuality, as they were mentioned randomly throughout Why mention the sexual orientation of a waiter that did not have anything to do with the story Why mention the sexual orientation of people the characters pass while walking Very strange unless someone has a motive Another issue with this autho This book sucked I could not wait to finish it None of the characters were likable I bet there is a lot of the author in her characters The entire book seems to have been written to promote homosexuality, as they were mentioned randomly throughout Why mention the sexual orientation of a waiter that did not have anything to do with the story Why mention the sexual orientation of people the characters pass while walking Very strange unless someone has a motive Another issue with this author is her seemingly low self esteem She continually made reference to books and authors in a pathetic attempt to let readers know she has read a few books in her past What a ridiculous way to promote one s desired intellectual standing Also annoying were the repeated references to what people in Maine think, eat and visit As if EVERY person in the state is robotic and incapable of original thought This author is an idiot and must have paid to have this awful book published It was THAT bad Save yourself the agony and do not read Well, nothing ever happened Ever.

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