The Beach Hut follows the stories of the families who come to Everdene each year, people who fall in – or out – of love, remembering their pasts, or trying to forget them…There’s Jane Milton, left only debts by her husband, and forced to sell the beloved beach hut that holds so many happy memories; Sarah; for whom fidelity has lost its appeal; and Harry, suffering from the anguish of first love when he falls for Florence – who has grown up to be far more alluring than she ever used to be.
©2010 Veronica Henry (P)2011 Isis Publishing Ltd
This is chick lit to appeal to a wide age range. This is not just about twenty or thirty-somethings but ranges across the love lives of teenagers to pensioners. A great read for the beach (says something in the title), you'll sail through it. It's not howl with laughter chick lit but it is has pace and interesting characters with interesting snippets of their lives to keep it going plus a seaside setting. What's more to like than a bit of sun, sand, sea, surf and a row of brightly coloured beach huts - I want one! No seaside town is complete without a hotel, pub, restaurant or ice cream stall and that essential ingredient children.
Definitely. nice uncomplicated story bringing in many different characters that came alive as you encountered them. Guess its not a great strain on the brain, but a feel good book.
The narrator was excellent.
the many twists and turns and the pulling together of it all in the end
i dont really have a favourite
maybe Huts plural
All Veronica Henry's books are feel good, happy reads
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