All Summer Long by Dorothea Benton Frank May 31

Once again we are treated to a beautiful southern story. Olivia must give up her high profile life in New York and make good on a promise she made to her husband NIck long ago, now that he is retired they will return to the south, specifically Isle of Palms. There are a few glitches and gotcha’s in this plan, like the fact that Olivia over spent on the new house and she does not have a client base established in the south yet, not to mention that she is now the only one with a steady income. Olivia must face possible financial and professional ruin and even more devastating could be the impact to her marriage. In contrast to Olivia and NIck we meet Olivia’s well to do client Bob and join Olivia and Nick as they travel among the rich and see the good and the bad in both. I loved the dynamics between the women in this novel and the contrast in each character’s life.


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