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review Ç eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ô Virginia Hume Insular community on the rocky coast of Maine As the nation grapples with the ongoing conflict in Vietnam Oliver and Maren are grappling with their fiercely independent seventeen year old daughter Annie who has fallen for a young man they don't approve of Before the summer is over a terrible tragedy will strike the Demarests and in the aftermath Annie vows never to return to Haven Point Annie's daughter Skye has arrived in Maine to help scatter her mother's ashes Maren knows that her granddaughter inherit. Thank you Goodreads and the author for the ARC for an honest review The book travels through the lives of Maren Annie and Skye the love hate relationship with Haven Point as well as the impact of choices in life The story unveils slowly The relationship between mother and daughter as well as the enabling impact of keeping secrets Maren and Oliver's relationship starts strong but seems to fizzle and really not exciting The book is a nice read that provides a good flow through the story and the book gives relationship details smoothly and in a logical order that makes sense and lays out a well developed story The story hits upon some historical aspects that are of controversial as well as how events impacted people families and lives

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Haven Point characters ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ú [PDF / Epub] ★ Haven Point ✪ Virginia Hume – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk A sweeping debut novel about the generations of a family that spends summers in a seaside enclave on Maine's rocky coastline for fans of Elin Hilderbrand Beatriz Williams and Sarah Blake194 Ed Annie's view of Haven Point despite the wild beauty and uaint customs the regattas and clambakes and sing alongs she finds the place and the people snobbish and petty But Maren also knows that Annie never told Skye the whole truth about what happened during that fateful summerOver seven decades of a changing America through wars and storms betrayals and reconciliations Haven Point explores what it means to belong to a place and to a family which holds as tightly to its traditions as it does its secrets. Haven Point is a somewhat melodramatic first novel by author Virginia Hume that focuses on grandmother Maren her daughter Annie granddaughter Skye and the town of Haven Point Will Skye ever understand why her artistic alcoholic mother left home with such anger that she avoided returning home The story unfolds somewhat slowly There were parts that engaged this reader completely while I found myself wanting to uickly scan through others The author has an excellent command of English grammar always a huge plus for this reader I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley

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Haven PointA sweeping debut novel about the generations of a family that spends summers in a seaside enclave on Maine's rocky coastline for fans of Elin Hilderbrand Beatriz Williams and Sarah Blake Maren Larsen is a blonde beauty from a small Minnesota farming town determined to do her part to help the war effort and to see the world beyond her family's cornfields As a cadet nurse at Walter Reed Medical Center she's swept off her feet by Dr Oliver Demarest a handsome Boston Brahmin whose family spends summers in an. I won this Advanced readers edition uncorrected proof in a Goodreads giveaway It was NOT a Kindle Edition but that was the only type of 'book' that Goodreads would allow for me to rate and review the bookThe story appealed to me originally because I had noted 1944 and a cadet nurse Maren and a Doctor Oliver Then I read that they were both at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington DC Love blooms and they marry in war like hurried manner not knowing each other all that well but being truly in loveThe other part of the book that attracted me was the 'rocky coast of Maine' where the Doctor's family had a summer McMansion From 1944 with some back story filled in and forward to the present time the Demarest family had children grew and developed The folks on Haven Point in Maine were perceived to be snobs and yes they really were somewhat difficultThe author writes well and the action unfolds over the years without being too difficult to understand although it did go back and forth in the years somewhat If this was a debut novel then I look forward to what she might present in the future