Once they were one of the happiest families in the world. They lived a carefree life , crabbing and fishing and lived on beautiful Edisto Island, in South Carolina. Then something happened to break this family apart. Now, Julia has her own life in Manhattan, a life that she has planned out, far from the pain and heartache of her childhood home.
Now Marney shows up asking her to come care for her children following her surgery, it seems unthinkable for Julia to agree. The emotions this would cause to go through this, must have been wild, and I can appreciate the way Julia handled the situation. She learned so much about herself and others in her family as she dealt with her past. I did keep wondering as I read when we would see Julia grow spiritually. There were several times I thought that was coming but it was not present in the book.
This book was so enjoyable to read, and I recommend it to you if you are looking for a quick, easy read with a touching story. “Moon Over Edisto”, by Beth Webb Hart is a gripping story, that is sure to captivate the reader.I’d like to thank Thomas Nelson/BookSneeze for the opportunity to read and review “Moon Over Edisto, by Beth Webb Hart. This read was a bit off of my usual genre, but I felt compelled to entranced throughout.