About the Book
From the bestselling author of Lulu’s Café
Sophia Prescott is still mending from the embarrassment of a highly publicized divorce from a pro football player, and the now-single mother is back in Sunset Cove, surrounded by the supporting love of her family and the Sand Queens. Sophia doesn’t think there’s any hope for starting over until an unexpected trip to the pediatrician’s office gives her a second chance after all.
Dr. Weston Sawyer knows all about lives shattering into millions of pieces. His own all but ended when a truck driver fell asleep at the wheel and barreled head-on into his pregnant wife’s sedan, killing her instantly and leaving Wes with a soul so wounded that it has refused to heal. He packed up and left swampy southern Alabama for South Carolina with the hope of fading into the sleepy coastal town of Sunset Cove. Instead, feisty brunette Sophia Prescott will have him braving something different and entirely unexpected. If Sophia and Wes can take the leap to give love another try, they just might find that hope has a way of coming back around and weaving into one’s heart.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
I’ve been wanting Sophia’s story since the first book in this series, and y’all, Sea Glass Castle does not disappoint. T. I. Lowe adds so much depth to Sophia that readers walk through her pain and experience hope with her.
Wes Sawyer has experienced his own heartache, and these two souls are drawn together (after a rough introduction). Lowe allows readers to peel back the layers to this story to get to the heart of finding happiness after life-changing disappointments and loss.
We also get plenty of Opal, Josie, Lincoln, and August (from the previous books) in this one. And let me just say, the Lincoln and August step in to protect Sophia is sweet and sometimes humorous. This bond of friendship between the Sand Queens is indeed a deep on that extends to their significant others.
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