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"Hart (Sunrise on the Battery) has crafted a heartwarming story of compassion and forgiveness amid the colorful landscape of South Carolina's low country. Julia Bennett enjoyed an idyllic life growing up in a stately home in Charleston with younger sister, Meg. Their father Charles, a lawyer who loved to paint, and their mother Mary Ellen, a homemaker who loved to cook, completed their perfect nuclear family. The family drew even closer when at their rustic cottage on Edisto Island. There they would 'wet a line,' paint, and frolic in the warm summer sun, often in the company of Marney, Julia's best friend from college, until circumstances left Marney and Charles spending a summer alone at the cottage. Charles' indiscretion did more than end his marriage; it devastated his relationship with his daughters and the girls' relationship with each other. Only Aunt Dot seems to be able to bridge the gap between family members, until Marney has a need that only Julia can meet. Hart's rich detail enhances each element, from the mouthwatering menus to the soul-wrenching confrontations, in this engaging and thought-provoking tale. Agent: Mark Gilroy" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

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9781595542021
Author:
Hart, Beth Webb
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson Publishers
Subject:
Christianity-Christian Fiction
Publication Date:
20130231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Hart (Sunrise on the Battery) has crafted a heartwarming story of compassion and forgiveness amid the colorful landscape of South Carolina's low country. Julia Bennett enjoyed an idyllic life growing up in a stately home in Charleston with younger sister, Meg. Their father Charles, a lawyer who loved to paint, and their mother Mary Ellen, a homemaker who loved to cook, completed their perfect nuclear family. The family drew even closer when at their rustic cottage on Edisto Island. There they would 'wet a line,' paint, and frolic in the warm summer sun, often in the company of Marney, Julia's best friend from college, until circumstances left Marney and Charles spending a summer alone at the cottage. Charles' indiscretion did more than end his marriage; it devastated his relationship with his daughters and the girls' relationship with each other. Only Aunt Dot seems to be able to bridge the gap between family members, until Marney has a need that only Julia can meet. Hart's rich detail enhances each element, from the mouthwatering menus to the soul-wrenching confrontations, in this engaging and thought-provoking tale. Agent: Mark Gilroy" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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