Review: The Weekenders

 

Synopsis:

Some people stay all summer long on the idyllic island of Belle Isle, North Carolina. Some people come only for the weekends and it’s something they look forward to all week long. When Riley Griggs is waiting for her husband to arrive at the ferry one Friday afternoon, she is instead served with papers informing her that her island home is being foreclosed. To make matters worse, her husband is nowhere to be found. She turns to her island friends for help and support, but each of them has their own secrets and the clock is ticking as the mystery deepens. Cocktail parties and crab boil aside, Riley must find a way to investigate the secrets of Belle Island, the husband she might not really know, and the summer that could change everything.

Rating: 5 stars

Review:

The Weekenders by Mary Kay Andrews is a novel that dives deep into a family’s life and secrets. In the beginning, readers can feel the main female character’s stress and frustration and then her daughter’s rebellious stage makes for quite an interesting read. There’s a husband, who is found dead and his death being investigated by police. Then, there’s the house being foreclosed and a past love that comes tumbling into the picture. What should have turned out to be a fun weekend turned into more than the wife and daughter ever wanted…

Mary Kay Andrews has beautifully woven a story that drags readers in deep and holds them there. The Weekenders has everything readers could ask for in a novel. Family, intrigue, mystery, suspense, as well as romance, can all be found in this exciting new title. The plot is fast-paced and leaves readers guessing as to what, who, and why one man died as well as where that leaves the family he left behind…I enjoyed reading this story and following the characters as the scenes flew by and the action swept over me. Overall, I would highly recommend this novel to readers worldwide. Mary Kay Andrews has a talent that is brilliant and suspenseful.

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