• Title: Postcards From Last Summer
  • Author: Roz Bailey
  • ISBN: 9780758205674
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • Postcards From Last Summer Darcy Tara and Lindsay are the best of friends who reconnect every summer for a few weeks of catching up and living easy The summertime is anything but boring for these three strong women who indulge
    Darcy, Tara and Lindsay are the best of friends who reconnect every summer for a few weeks of catching up and living easy The summertime is anything but boring for these three strong women who indulge in the best of what s in season romance, excitement and the time of their lives.

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    1. Cute Book. It follows 4 friends from tweens through their late twenties as they navigate the roads of romance and friendship during their summers in the Hamptons.Lindsay is the main character whois the only one whose chapters are narrated in first person. She seems to be the heart and soul of the group. I loved the aspects of the book that revolved around Lindsay. Her family are not the super rich Hamptonites that everyone immediately thinks of when they hear the term 'The Hamptons'. But rather [...]

    2. This book is about a couple friends that spend all summer in vacation houses on the beach. they all have different paths they are taking and different problems in their life. the character that i related with more in the book was lindsey, out of all the friends i really wanted to find out if her and bear where going to end up together since it was very well know that they were ment for each other. all and all i really enjoyed reading this book

    3. I have to say I couldn't bring myself to finish this book. Most of the plot was boring and there were long gaps in the timeframe that I didn't like. It also had way too many gratuitous sex scenes. I am not a prude by any means but I don't think that a book has to have a sex scene in it every chapter. It was just a little too much for me. I was disappointed because I thought that it would be just a nice easy summer read and I was looking forward to it. I give this book 1 star out of 5.

    4. Could it be - chick lit where the characters GROW? The story is told in chapters as "written" by one of each of four friends, who come together each summer in the Hamptons. Each of the characters develop in maturity and voice to be women of substance and break the molds in which they are initially presented. I can't wait to finish it!

    5. Didn't love it, and so I wouldn't recommend it to really anyone unless they have time on their hands. It was quite long and I just didn't get into it. I did finish it, and the happiness was just too short.

    6. This story at first to me was very boring, but it takes time to slowly read this book. There are just some books that you need to take the time to read every single word. If you miss a few words, you're confused and have to start over.

    7. This dragged big time. It was a book I got as a present. Now I've read it and now I'll sell it at a second-hand market. No need to keep it in my book shelf.

    8. I enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing for a few days. If you wanted a sisterhood type of story, you will appreciate this book. M

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