The Summer House

Lauren K. Denton. Thomas Nelson, $26.99 (368p) ISBN 978-0-78523-253-7
Denton (Glory Road) delivers a moving story about the friendship of two women reeling from betrayal and divorce. In Safe Harbor, Ala., Lily Bishop comes home one day to find an apology note from her husband alongside signed divorce papers. Rose Carrigan, the co-owner and manager of a local retirement community, gets an email from her ex-husband and co-owner, who left her for his assistant, saying he wants to sell the company and has found a buyer. Lily and Rose strike up a friendship when Lily, who used to cut hair, goes to work as a hair stylist at the retirement community, and her arrival is the catalyst for fence mending between Rose and the largely disgruntled client base. Rose, still bitter after a difficult divorce, finds it easier to open herself up to new friendships, and Lily slowly becomes comfortable in her hairstyling skill, leaning in to her gut feelings to provide the inspired hairstyles that each client needs. Through their shared faith and resiliency, Lily and Rose bring calm and happiness to the formerly uptight community, and Rose is able to keep control. Rachel Hauck fans will want to take a look. (June)
Reviewed on : 03/30/2020
Release date: 06/02/2020
Genre: Inspirational Fiction
Paperback - 352 pages - 978-0-7852-3256-8
Compact Disc - 978-1-7135-0494-8
MP3 CD - 978-1-7135-0493-1
Open Ebook - 352 pages - 978-0-7852-3254-4
Book - 1 pages - 978-0-7852-3255-1
Library Binding - 499 pages - 978-1-4328-8063-7
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