Giveaway! “The Cottage at Glass Beach” by Heather Barbieri

Released today by HarperCollins, Heather Barbieri’s “The Cottage at Glass Beach” is a terrific summer read. Comment here to win a free copy!

“40-year-old Nora Cunningham has it all: a handsome husband, Malcolm, the youngest attorney general in Massachusetts’ state history, and daughters, Annie, 7, and Ella, 11. That is, until she learns of Malcolm’s affair—and his refusal to give up his lover, turning their lives upside down. At the height of the scandal, Nora receives an invitation to visit her maternal aunt, Maire. To escape the growing political storm and gain perspective on her marriage and complicated past, Nora packs up her daughters and heads to Burke’s Island, a remote island off the coast of Maine, originally settled by Irish immigrants. Nora hadn’t been there since age five, the summer her mother disappeared and she and her father moved to Boston, never speaking of the matter again. One night, while sitting alone on Glass Beach, below the cottage where she spent her childhood, Nora lets down at last. Her tears flow into the sea, where, according to local legend, they might call a selkie, to console her. Not long afterward, Owen Kavanagh, a fisherman with a mysterious past, is shipwrecked on the rocks. As the weeks pass, Nora finds more questions than answers on Burke’s Island, regarding her relationships, her mother’s fate, and her own identity. And, as she deals with her headstrong daughters and their needs, and her own wants and desires, Nora finds the courage to chart her own course, and that the secrets surrounding that long ago summer finally come to light.”

We’re giving away a FREE copy of “The Cottage at Glass Beach”. All you have to do is comment here on this blog before midnight, on Thursday May 17th, and tell us what your favorite “summer read” is. Winner will be chosen using and announced here.

7 thoughts on “Giveaway! “The Cottage at Glass Beach” by Heather Barbieri

  1. Hmmm…I don’t know about summer reading, because I read all year long, everything and anything. I would highly recommend the dark fantasy novel PRINCE OF THORNS by Mark Lawrence. I just finished it, and I can’t stop thinking about it!

  2. I recently read Palindrome by Stuart Woods. It’s a great story in a beautiful island setting. There is a wonderful twist involving some of the main characters, which is where the title comes from.

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