Penguin Random House was generous enough to send me this copy of The Sound of Glass by Karen White and I couldn't have been giddier! I really enjoyed both Sea Change and The Memory of Water, by Karen White which I've also reviewed on my blog.
There's just something about Karen's writing that sucks you in from page 1. And I insanely appreciate the fact that she doesn't get all graphic and sexually explicit in her novels - I just can't pass on a great novel that happens to include a couple graphic sexual scenes and not feel weird about it.
Great, GREAT story and one that I would recommend to everyone. It really takes you on a journey of laughter, joy, sadness, anger, compassion and so many genuine emotions. Fantastic read!! (*All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review.)
Description: It has been two years since the death of Merritt Heyward’s husband, Cal, when she receives unexpected news—Cal’s family home in Beaufort, South Carolina, bequeathed by Cal’s reclusive grandmother, now belongs to Merritt.
Charting the course of an uncertain life—and feeling guilt from her husband’s tragic death—Merritt travels from her home in Maine to Beaufort, where the secrets of Cal’s unspoken-of past reside among the pluff mud and jasmine of the ancestral Heyward home on the Bluff. This unknown legacy, now Merritt’s, will change and define her as she navigates her new life—a new life complicated by the arrival of her too young stepmother and ten-year-old half-brother.
Soon, in this house of strangers, Merritt is forced into unraveling the Heyward family past as she faces her own fears and finds the healing she needs in the salt air of the Low Country.
Recommend: YES! YES! YES!!