i’ll be your blue sky

512fUfaU08LContinuing to blast through summer reading recommendations, I chose i’ll be your blue sky by Marisa De Los Santos next. It’s a great summer choice. Clare meets elderly Edith on the weekend of Clare’s wedding. Clare’s cold feet become walking feet as she leaves her fiance and moves on with her life on Edith’s sage advice. While the story is a bit predictable, it was just surprising enough to keep one from being bored and had a unique and captivating sub-story. I would absolutely throw this one in your beach bag. It’s fast-paced and enjoyable (but nothing deep and earth-shattering).
four-stars

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