Book Review, Contemporary

Book Review – The Inn at Walker Beach

The Inn at Walker Beach

by Lindsay Harrel

A dream years in the making becomes reality with the inaugural meeting of The Barefoot Sisterhood…

Jenna Wakefield has been through a lot in her twenty-seven years—losing her mother, becoming a teen mom, and battling depression, just to name a few. And working a dead-end job, barely paying her bills, and fighting unrequited feelings for her boss aren’t exactly part of the life she always imagined.

With her six children grown and her husband constantly traveling for work, Elise Griffin finds herself utterly without purpose for the first time ever at age sixty-three. But “retirement” isn’t as wonderful as it might sound—it gives her far too much time to think about the affair her husband had a year ago … the one she’s never told anyone about.

When both women are invited into the mysterious Barefoot Sisterhood and asked to help restore an old beachside inn for a good cause, they find themselves supported and encouraged in new and exciting ways. This inspiration leads to dream seeking … and new romance as well.

Discover what happens when women give each other the space to finally dream—and in doing so, make the world a better place

My Thoughts

I’ve loved reading Lindsay Harrel’s particular style in contemporary women’s fiction, and this continuation of the Walker Beach stories was just what I was wanting to read!

I loved the characters, and especially enjoyed seeing life from Elise’s viewpoint. Married for many years and still having things to work through, that’s real life for ya….

And then there’s Jenna, having gone through some hard things, even though she’s still young, looking for a good cause, something to put her heart into.

Yes, this book is heartwarming, soul stirring, and an all-around good read.

If you love contemporary stories with a hint of romance, then be sure and read this one!

Disclaimer: I receive complimentary books from various sources, including, publishers, publicists, authors, and/or NetGalley. I am not required to write a positive review, and have not received any compensation. The opinions shared here are my own entirely.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

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