The three Randall sisters must survive three months of each other’s company to inherit their father’s beach house. Ambitious Arden, peacemaker Meg, and sheltered Jenny don’t think they’ll make it. Romances, job opportunities, and family secrets make a lively summer. Can sisterhood help them to embrace new beginnings?
Island Girls is a story of sisterhood and change that has a heartwarming tone. The sisters’ unique personalities struggle to pull together rather than apart. The challenges they face offer the opportunity to follow their dreams. Nantucket is beautiful, charming, and “a place of rest and the notion of infinite beginnings” (pg. 142). Island Girls offers sisterhood, change, and an interesting locale.
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