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Fireflies & Family Ties (South Carolina Sunsets) Paperback – January 30, 2020
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When Meg shows up at her mother's door, she has no idea how to break the news to her.
She's come home from France, pregnant. At just nineteen years old, this wasn't where she saw her life going.
Now, trying to hide her growing belly and figure out her next decision, she moves in with her mother, sister and aunt on Seabreeze Island. But, how long can she keep her pregnancy a secret, and what happens if another surprising person shows up at the front door of Julie's house?
In this 3rd installment of the South Carolina Sunsets series, you'll get to read Meg's story and also see more of Dawson and Julie's story unfold. Of course, Janine, William, Colleen and Dixie will be there too!
But, what will happen when a woman from Dawson's past shows up and might just throw a kink in his relationship with Julie?
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- ASIN : B0849YXDRX
- Publisher : Independently published (January 30, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 142 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8606427208
- Item Weight : 5.1 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.32 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #19,888 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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In this 3rd book, Julie's youngest daughter Meg shows up and pretty much takes over the story. These days, I rarely read books wherein the leading female character is a young girl. Meg is 19 and pretty much acts like a 19 year old.
Since Meg is only a part of this series, of course I was going to read this book. I adore all of the other characters and their stories are continuing while Meg's is just starting.
But as the book unfolded the character Meg affected all but one of the characters in some form or fashion - truly making this book a struggle to get through. I will finish this series at some point, but for right now, this character has derailed it for me. Unfortunately, I can only give the 3rd installment 3 Stars.
Meg comes to Seagrove Island from Europe. It seems she has broken up with her boyfriend who is somewhat older. Julie is happy that she had broken with him; but very sad that her daughter is so upset and depressed. Luckily, her older daughter, Colleen, has found a job with an attorney in Charleston and has found an apartment close to her work. That leaves room for Meg at the small house. Julie has broken off with Dawson because she thinks he is also in some type of relationship with Tiffany from his graduating class. She saw them together but failed to talk to Dawson about Tiffany so he has no idea why she has broken off their friendship. Meanwhile, Janine who had opened her own Yoga studio, has discovered the truth about Meg’s depression. Meg is pregnant and left Christopher in France because he could lose his job as a professor if the news got out that he had impregnated a student even if she wasn’t in his class. She hadn’t told Christopher she was pregnant and hadn’t told anyone here in South Carolina. Janine realized it when she hugged Meg when she came home.
All the failure to communicate between people really causes problems on Seagrove Island.
That aside, I loved book #1 and #2. Book 3 not so much. Meg is selfish, caused problems with all of the characters at some point and her decision dragged out too long. How did the author not consider that the father had a say in whether his own child would be adopted away without any input?? And how is Colleen a lawyer at only 22? And the age difference between a 31 year old man and a 19 year old girl seems like it would have caused a heck of a lot more discussion between her and her parents. The way Julie treated Dawson wasn't kind either. "I wanted to hurt you before you hurt me?" Really, mature much? I can't decide whether to buy book 4 now or just walk away from an author that charges $3.99 each for what amounts short, unfinished stories.