Lisa Wingate
The Story Keeper

The Story Keeper

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The Sea Keeper’s Daughters

The Sea Keeper’s Daughters

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This has been on my TBR shelf for weeks. From Booklist: "Set in North Carolina’s picturesque Outer Banks, Wingate’s (The Story Keeper, 2014) tale of a dark family history becomes an intriguing patchwork of mystery and drama."

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The Sea Glass Sisters

The Sea Glass Sisters

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From the publisher: "Elizabeth Gallagher has been balancing on the ragged edge for a while now. Then a rough case on the boards of her 911 operator’s job collides with a family conflict at home, and Elizabeth finds herself finally coming apart at the seams. A four-state road trip—trapped in a car with her mother—is the last thing she needs. After one disastrous hurricane, and with a second one working its way up the coast, it’s time to convince Aunt Sandy to abandon her little seaside store on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. But when the storm sweeps through, the three women will discover that sisterhood and the sea can change hearts, lives, and futures . . . often in the most unpredictable of ways."

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Before We Were Yours

Before We Were Yours

This novel has been on my personal bookshelves for nearly a year, and I finally allowed myself to be badgered into reading it (by YOU—and I mean that affectionately, of course!). Wingate bases her latest historical novel on the real-life Tennessee Children’s Home Society scandal, in which children were stolen from their families and offered up for expensive adoptions. The story shifts between past and present: in 1939, 12-year-old Rill and her siblings are taken from their family and placed in new families. In the present day, successful lawyer Avery discovers her family's past is not what it seems, and her search connects her to Rill. If you loved The Sweetness of Forgetting, be sure to read this, and vice versa.

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