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Review :: Silver Girl

Silver GirlSilver Girl by Elin Hilderbrand
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Every time I begin a novel by Elin Hilderbrand I struggle with it. I think it’s the same as the last book but the characters are older, or they live in a different state, whatever. I put the book down and think it is horribly formulaic and I don’t want to waste time reading it. But then I start thinking that I loved the last four books that I read by her and eventually I end up going back to the book to read it. Silver Girl was one of those books. At a loss as to what I should check out from the library, I picked it up once again and brought it home. I skipped to the spot where I’d left off and kept reading. And, like every other Elin Hilderbrand novel I have read, I fell in love with it. The characters are real, the stories are just realistic enough to connect you, and the feel of Nantucket (one of my most favorite places) sweeps you away. Silver Girl really is a book you can’t put down once you get started.

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