The House with the Blue Front Door: A Harbor Hills Novel Paperback – April 23, 2021
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- Publisher : Publishing in the Pines (April 23, 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 248 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1953105297
- ISBN-13 : 978-1953105295
- Item Weight : 9.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.62 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #110,045 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The House with the Blue door is occupied by Betsy, a reporter who lost her husband and daughter in a tragic accident. In this story Betsy uncovers new surprising revelations about the accident.
Just as book one opens with a scene about an unknown girl coming to 696 Apple Hill Lane, book two includes more flashbacks with this girl. This leaves the reader to wonder just who she might be and how her story connects to the current residents. Book two also unearths some new surprises that will have the reading wishing Book 3 was already available.
The series is filled with friendship, secrets and intrigue and I am invested in knowing what happens.
Thank you to the author for the opportunity to read an advanced copy, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
We're back on Apple Tree Lane, the street without a single apple tree, and finding out more secrets about the women--Beverly, Quinn, Annette, and Judith (Jude)--who live on it. Beverly lives in the house with the blue front door. We find out more about the death of her husband and teenage daughter (that happened before the Quinn moved onto the street), and why her front door is painted blue. Beverly's still working on the newspaper article she started in The House on Apple Hill Lane: A Harbor Hills Novel but she's not finding the answers she wants. That's because the article is a cover for her to hunt for answers to some deeply personal questions. Answers she may not really want because of the pain they will cause.
Besides Beverly's hunt for answers, the neighbors are still trying to find out more about the previous owner of Quinn's house, the reclusive hoarder no one in town seems to remember. There's also more clues regarding the mystery of the girl who once lived at 696 Apple Tree Lane.
I'm loving this Harbor Hills series by Elizabeth Bromke, I read this book in about a day and a half. I love the reason Beverly painted her front door blue and I can't wait to find out more concerning the secrets of the small town and how Beverly, Annette and especially Judith (Jude) fit into the puzzle. I love how the author has a big mystery and works bits and pieces of the clues into the books. I can't wait to read the next book in the series to get more clues.
I received a complimentary copy for review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in my review are my own.
The underlying character in this book is Beverly, a newspaper writer who is adjusting to live after the death of her husband and daughter Kayla. Beverly can’t get over the fact that her daughter was texting and driving on icy winter night. Will this help her finalize and article for her newspaper job.
More mystery follows as the author hints at a missing female and their are slight references to the orphan who is connected to the area, who mysteriously arrives at 696 Apple Tree Lane
Teenagers Vivi and Elijah,continue to work together, but their friendship leads to a shocking discovery.
Each character, Quinn, Annette, Beverly all have their own secrets and issues. Friendships develop and deepen as the neighbor co to us life in Harbor Hill
Thank you to the author for an ARC. This review is my honest opinion.