Barefoot by Elin Hilderbrand

Ah a Nantucket summer vacation!

Josh meets three women at the airport when they come to Nantucket.
Vicki is there with her children and she’s navigating cancer.
Brenda is there after a job scandal.
Melanie is their friend and she’s there to help Vicki with the kids.

I really enjoyed this book, getting to know the sisters and Melanie, and Josh too.

It wasn’t a fluffy beach read, since cancer is serious, but it wasn’t a super sad read either.

As with all her books I enjoyed seeing the relationships develop between the characters and read through this one fairly quickly.

So this book is an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon but tissues might be close by since there are a few moments that had me tearing up.

back cover
Barefoot
by Elin Hilderbrand

Visiting Nantucket for the summer, three women seek peace and comfort as they cope with the challenges in their lives–from marriage, infidelity, and the mayhem of motherhood to scandal, tragedy, and illness.
Three women–burdened with small children, unwieldy straw hats, and some obvious emotional issues–tumble onto the Nantucket airport tarmac one hot June day. Vicki is trying to sort through the news that she has a serious illness. Her sister, Brenda, has just left her job after being caught in an affair with a student. And their friend Melanie, after seven failed in vitro attempts, is pregnant at last–but only after learning that her husband is having an affair. They have come to escape, enjoy the sun, and relax in Nantucket’s calming air. But into the house, into their world, steps twenty-two-year-old Josh Flynn.
Barefoot weaves these four lives together in a story with enthralling sweep and scope–a novel that is as fun and memorable and bittersweet as that one perfect day of summer.

Published by alwayslovebooks7

Lifelong booklover, reading since I was little.

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