Review: Dune Road

There are a few women lit authors I always read, if only because everyone else is reading them. Jane Green falls into this category, for me.

Synopsis: The novel is set in the beach community of a tony Connecticut town. Our heroine is a single mom who works for a famous–and famously reclusive–novelist. When she stumbles on a secret that the great man has kept hidden for years, she knows that there are plenty of women in town who would love to get their hands on it–including some who fancy the writer for themselves.

Type: Fiction

Quick Take: This is the story of Kit Hargrove, a recently divorced woman who is trying to find a new life. The story takes place in New England and having recently read The Beach House, I half expected it to include some character cross over.

As the story unfolds, we learn of Kit’s new circle of friends and a budding new romance. Most of the characters are flawed and some are have secretive lives yet the details that create connection to a character are missing. The ending was not realistic to me, I can’t share why or I would ruin the book for you.

This is not my favorite Jane Green novel, in fact I might like this one the least of all her books. The book is getting mixed reviews with an average review of 2 of 5 stars on BN.com and Amazon.com.

Source: Personal copy

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