Thursday, July 2, 2020

Spotlight and Giveaway: Lucky's Beach

Today we are featuring Lucky's Beach by Shelley Noble. The cover looks so inviting and the story sounds fun and interesting. Thanks to William Morrow, we have THREE copies to give away!


Lucky’s Beach follows Julia Barlow, who wants more from her life than her staid teaching job. After being denied a much-coveted educational leave of absence, she feels she's stuck in her same, boring rut. When a trip to the beach with her oldest friends is immediately derailed by a phone call from her mother, Julia ends up at a surf shack on the Delaware coast, looking for her absent Uncle Lucky.

What was meant as a pit stop soon turns into a destination as a series of mishaps befalls the friends and Uncle Lucky still hasn't shown up. While trying to make the best of it, certain that he'll appear any day, Julia attempts to enjoy what's left of her summer vacation, especially if that includes a handsome, bespeckled bartender.

Shelley writes a heartfelt novel that takes her characters — and readers — through an emotional journey of love, sacrifice and the power of forgiveness.


Shelley Noble is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Whisper Beach and Beach Colors. Other titles include Stargazey Point, Breakwater Bay, Forever Beach, Lighthouse Beach, and four spin off novellas. A former professional dancer and choreographer, she lives at the Jersey shore and loves to discover new beaches and indulge in her passion for lighthouses and vintage carousels. Shelley is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and Women’s Fiction Writers Association.

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Giveaway ends July 7th at midnight EST.

25 comments:

Linda May said...

I have a bunch of cousins who live a couple hours away from me and we keep saying were going to get together bu the only time I've seen them is at a funeral, I hope some day to chance that. Thanks for your great generosity.

Cherisse said...

My dad’s cousins whose kids are my age. We all were close as kids but drifted away as adults, social media has helped some but that’s about it.

Padmini Rao said...

My brother and I have lost touch with each other. He moved around a lot so I don’t know where he is.

Michelle L said...

I don't really keep in touch with my cousins.

Maryann said...

My cousins in Illinois. I live in New Jersey.

traveler said...

I haven't kept in touch with many cousins.

Mary C said...

My cousins.

JeanneK said...

I have one cousin on Long Island in NY. Try to stay in touch as much as possible.

Bernice Kennedy said...

I have trouble keeping in touch with my younger sister. Our Mom passed away when my sister was really young. Then my Dad remarried and she had problems dealing with all the changes. I keep on trying to keep in contact though by reaching out by mail or text.

diannekc said...

I haven't kept in touch with my cousins on my mother's side of the family.

LoriF said...

We have the beauty of Facebook helping me keep in touch with most of my cousins!

Linda Kish said...

I have a really small family. They are easy to find.

Nancy said...

There isn't anyone in our family that we've had trouble locating or staying in contact with.

Nancy
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Mary Preston said...

I have no trouble locating family.

dstoutholcomb said...

I'm in contact with everyone I want to be.

Nancy Payette said...

My extended family in Canada.

Julie C said...

My cousins seem to have drifted away getting on with their own lives.

Rita Wray said...

I stay in touch with all my family.

Pamela said...

I'm having a hard time staying in touch with my sister right now. She's been ill and it appears as if she has had a setback. She doesn't want to talk to anyone right now.

rubynreba said...

I have a stepson that we cannot locate.

Donamae Kutska said...

My brother is hard to contact.

bn100 said...

n/a

MiamiKel said...

Such a beautiful cover. I have a hard time reaching my only sibling, a brother - who is in the Amry overseas and travels so much. We lose track of what assignment he's on or what base he's been stationed to :(

Yasmine Hamandi said...

I love the cover. So bright and colourful, enticing summer scenery. This book sounds greats I’ve added to my TBR list.

Peggy Russo said...

i have trouble staying in touch with some of my cousins. We reconnected a few years ago but it hasn't really stuck.