Beach Town - Mary Kay Andrews

Beach Town

By Mary Kay Andrews

  • Release Date: 2015-05-19
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Beach Town book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 236 Ratings)

Beach Town Mary Kay Andrews Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Beach Town

    5
    By yeowoman
    I couldn’t put it down. Wonderful.
  • New MKA fan found!

    5
    By Cyndi-1979
    Such a fun, easy, happy, touch your heart kind of book. Can't wait to indulge in her other works.
  • Beach Town

    4
    By Cuero girl
    Fun story, kept my interest even though you knew the end well in advance.
  • Brandibax...

    4
    By BiminiTwist57
    If you want to criticize MKA's latest book with regard to editing, you might want to edit your own review...you had three notes to her, not two. Just sayin'.
  • Beach Town

    5
    By Chance's mom
    Another great book! I have read all of Mary Kay Andrews' books. They never let you down. Great read!
  • What a dud

    1
    By Brandibax
    I read Mary Kay Andrews' new book every summer. I usually find her stories fun and entertaining if a bit thin on plot, but this one was poor and formulaic, badly in need of some editing. I seldom give up on a book, but this was close. Two notes to MKA: 1. Either write sexy books or don't. You seemed to dip your toe into writing a hot scene, but it felt forced in the context of the rest of the book. 2. This book was rife with awkward racial references. Any black character is promptly referred to as black in the first few words describing them, with few other descriptors. Other characters are assumed white with more detail and description. I'm not a person who notices this kind of thing unless it's very pointed, and wow, it's almost impossible to miss. Shocking, really. 3. There were so many characters and plot points that could have been cut entirely. There were characters who were abandoned in the middle of the book. The second half of the book feels rushed and looks like a master class in what happens when an editor does not manage the writer.
  • Beach Town--Mary Kay Andrews

    2
    By Mcbeard57
    The book started fine, but this was my very first book on Ebooks that skipped several pages, with blanks, and messed up the story. Messed up the reading of it, frankly.
  • Beach Town

    3
    By Taking a Walk
    A fun summer romance to read on the beach or in your porch swing with a cold drink in your hand.
  • :)

    4
    By reebeez
    Great summer read!
  • Beach Town

    5
    By Mlimani
    Excellent from start to finish!!!!

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