Brooke, Rachel, and Jill inherited the family beach house, but their grandmother said they had to spend two weeks together at the house and wait for letters she would send every day via courier to tell her life’s story and her secrets.
The girls arrived and so did the first letter. They cried when they read the first letter as well as each successive one.
The letters told in detail the story of her life and their father’s life. The girls were shocked and saddened at what they read.
They also were not in agreement about whether to sell the house or to keep it. Rachel and Brooke wanted to sell, but Jill didn’t want to give up the house and all its memories.
A LETTER FROM NANA ROSE is a sweet read. I loved the stories and the memories, but felt bad for Nana Rose and all she had to go through.
If you are in need of a book to keep you turning the pages because you want to find out the secrets of Nana Rose and the girls and feel the warmth of being in the cottage and in this family, be sure to add this book in your reading list.
Women’s fiction fans won’t want to miss A LETTER FROM NANA ROSE. 5/5
This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.