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the good luck the Bensons have had is leaving as bad vibes fly in
Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2021
No Forever Like Nantucket: Sweet Island Inn Book 6 is by Grace Palmer. It seems that the luck the Bensons have been having is running out quickly for everyone but Brent. Even the weather is stormy on Nantucket.
Mae and Dominic are engaged. He took Mae on an evening walk and proposed while kneeling in the sand with the water lapping at his right side. Mae’s thoughts raced through her life and came up with the decision that this was the right thing to do at the right time, so she said yes. While reveling in the bliss of being engaged as they drove home, her bubble was popped in an instant when she saw the sign on the new construction that said it was the site of the new Sweet Island Hotel. It was just down the street from her inn. What would this mean for the future of the inn?
Sara and Joey had just come home from a weekend trip for Sara to receive an award. She was going through the mail that piled up while she was gone. She opened a letter to find a company wanted to buy her restaurant but keep her on for a year as chef. The money was hard to imagine. After talking it over with Joey, she thought it best to sell. Shortly after, she finds herself in Boston signing the papers. Now what?
Holly was looking forward to seeing her best friends, Lindsey and Diane, when they came for their high school reunion. Pete had taken the kids and gone to a family reunion in Boston so Holly was on her own. When Lindsey and Diane got to her house, things began going downhill when they started listing their accomplishments. All Holly had to offer was a stay-at-home mom. However, when the most popular boy from high school started flirting with her, things changed in an instant.
Eliza was at the end of her rope. Everything seems to have gone up in cost. Her grocery bill was $20 overbudget. Where would she get the money to make it up? Oliver’s jobs brought in some money; but that money didn’t go far. With two girls to bring up, where would they get the money? As she stresses over everything, she becomes depressed, but she won’t take any medication. She just looks for Wine O’clock!
As things get progressively worse for each of them. Brent is helping Rose with their baby, Jessa May, and her daughter, Susanna. Sleep deprivation seems to be their only problem.
The book is hopefully building up for the finale in the next book. The suspense builds and builds and now solutions have to be figured out. Other than a few typing mistakes, the makeup of the book is great.