Sunday, August 1, 2021
Book Review: "Sail Away" by Ashley Farley
Through my good fortune of partnering with Kate Rock Book Tours I’ve been introduced to some fantastic authors. But my favorite among them has been Ashley Farley. She tells great stories with characters you’d want to be friends with, set in places you wish you were. This was the ninth book of hers I’ve read and she keeps getting better.
In this third full novel of Farley’s Palmetto Island series, a few of the characters from the previous books find themselves at a crossroads. One is dealing with the combination of joy and stress involved with planning her wedding, one is trying to recover from PTSD after escaping an abusive marriage, and one is trying to achieve career success while figuring out what’s next for her life.
When a new woman comes to the island with her daughter in tow, she’s in need of more help than she’s willing to admit. But how can she find the support and love she needs before it’s too late?
Sail Away is a great book, full of strong women who ultimately realize that they can’t solve their problems alone. These aren’t damsels in distress but they’re willing to come to each other’s rescue and even ask for help when they need it the most.
Farley is a born storyteller, and she can create images in your head that will leave you longing to pack your suitcase and head to these fictional places. I can’t wait to see what she does next!
Thanks to Kate Rock Book Tours for inviting me on the tour and providing me with a complimentary advance copy of the book in exchange for an unbiased review!!
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