Book Review: An Invincible Summer (Wyndham Beach Book 1)
A perfect read
An Invincible Summer is a well-written novel in a beautiful beach town full of family, friends, love, and life. I took my time and soaked up all the words. Technically, this book ends, but there are still many questions that are left unanswered, which I’m looking forward to reading about in the second book in the series.
Maggie’s story was touching and realistic. I loved her family and friends and Wyndham Beach. I want to live there. My favorite thing about Stewart’s story was her raw and honest crafted imperfect characters that allow the reader to see themselves in the characters’ struggles.
ASIN : B08C793YN4
Publisher : Montlake Publication date : May 1, 2021
Series : Wyndham Beach Series , #1
File size : 5260 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 373 pages
Lending : Not Enabled
Best Sellers Rank: #7 in Kindle Store
An endearing novel of friendship, forgiveness, and second chances by New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart.
It was a lifetime ago that recently widowed Maggie Flynn was in Wyndham Beach. Now, on the occasion of her fortieth high school reunion, she returns to her hometown on the Massachusetts coast, picking up right where she left off with dear friends Lydia and Emma. But seeing Brett Crawford again stirs other emotions. Once, they were the town’s golden couple destined for one another. He shared Maggie’s dreams—and eventually, a shattering secret that drove them apart.
Buying her old family home and resettling in Wyndham Beach means a chance to start over for Maggie and her two daughters, but it also means facing her rekindled feelings for her first love and finally confronting—and embracing—the past in ways she never thought possible. Maggie won’t be alone. With her family and friends around her, she can weather this stormy turning point in her life and open her heart to the future. As for that dream shared and lost years ago? If Maggie can forgive herself, it still might come true.