Great beach read.... about three girls who grew up together on a Connecticut beach. A great story about friendship that travels generations and lasts forever
An easy read, an enjoyable story of coming to terms with loss and love and disappointment.
Ok book easy reading book. Just one of those books where I knew how it was going to end.
This book continues the story of the three women introduced in "Beaches." It's a beautiful book, as Rice's writing is not shallow, and one becomes absorbed very quickly. Highly recommended.
This is a tale of the friendship of three girls who grew up on the shores of Hubbard's Point, Connetticut. As women, they lost touch but they're all still connected as "The Beach Girls".I loved its simplicity and honest good story--- but didn't like the bit about the Catholic priest deciding to chuck his vocation for a fling with a married woman. I've been Catholic for many years and have never met a priest who would even contemplate such a thing.