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Free read Summer on the Bluffs

Emmy Award winner renowned lawyer and journalist and View cohost Sunny Hostin makes her literary debut with this dazzling novel about a life changing summer along the beaches of Martha's VineyardWelcome to Oak Bluffs the most exclusive black beach community in the country Known for its gingerbread Victorian style houses and modern architectural marvels this picturesue town hugging the sea is a mecca for the crème de la crème of black society where Michelle and Barack Obama vacation and Meghan Markle has shopped for a house for her mom Black people have lived in this pretty slip of the Vin Contemporary literature is a fairly new genre for me I love the portrayal of life and growth that comes from a read like this Each character is battling their own inner demons and what I love most is that this isn t just a happy fairy tale ending It is life It is up and downs fights and make ups struggles and victoriesThis novel looks at the life of Ama her rise as a successful African American woman and the decisions she made that affected the lives of those around her Ama and her husband Omar have lived a wonderful life and during that life they had three god daughters brought into their lives Ama decides that her infamous house on Oak Bluffs will be inherited by one of her three god daughters But who will inherit this childhood home All of the females in this novel have a fiery inner strength They come from backgrounds of oppression loss and struggle Learning about each of their childhoods how they were connected to Ama and each of the secrets they held kept me intrigued throughout the story I did enjoy this novel with its uplifting feel but outside of the uniue connections each god daughter had with Ama and Omar there wasn t a lot that made this completely stand out for me Some areas in the beginning do drag and the climaxes at the end left me feeling rushed instead of satisfied Don t let that dissuade you This would make for a great beach read especially for the underlying themes Thank you to the Book Club Girls HarperLux and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this novel for an honest and unbiased opinion

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Summer on the Bluffs

Eyard since the 1600s and began buying property in the 1800s making this posh town the embodiment of “old money”Every summer Esperenza “Perry” Soto a beautiful and talented Afro Latina lawyer escapes the fetid heat of New York City for the gorgeous weather cool water and stunning views Oak Bluffs offers Sharing a cottage on the beach owned by her “Ama” with her husband and two god sisters Perry is looking forward to trading meetings and clients for days of languor and funWhen Memorial Day arrives and the season begins some of the nation’s wealthiest most powerful and famous fr This was a deeply moving story of an upper crust black family on Martha s Vineyard Ama and Omar had no children but they have three goddaughters Now the three goddaughters gather at their home in Martha s Vineyard Each one eager to see who Ama will leave the house to All of them have hidden secrets they carry including Ama This was a moving and suspenseful story of family and secrets I love stories like this and especially the setting on Martha s Vineyard I really enjoyed this There is alot to this storyDawnny BookGypsy Novels N Latte Book ClubHudson Valley NY Mahogany Media Review

Sunny Hostin ☆ 4 Read

Om the worlds of politics art and entertainment meet to swim dance party and chill While a few can’t leave work behind others indulge in a different kind of business affair But this summer on the Bluffs is different Ama is moving to the south of France to reunite with her college sweetheart She is going to give the house to one of her goddaughters and she has invited all three of them to spend the summer with her the way they did when they were kids Each of the women want the house desperately Each is grappling with a secret that they fear will make them lose Ama’s approval and the hou I received and exclusive excerpt for the book Summer on the Bluffs by Sunny Hostin from the publisher The first 90 pages of this book were just enough of a tease to get you interested in the outcome of the story so that you will buy the book to find out how this story ended I found the book to be very well written a interesting concept and contained enough angst and jealousy to make me wonder about the outcome I look forward to the release of the book


10 thoughts on “Summer on the Bluffs

  1. says:

    It's not possible to read any book about Oak Bluffs and not think of Dorothy West's The Wedding or the movie The Inkwell or the Obamas When you hear about Martha's Vineyard you think of an overly white extremely upper class of people We don't typically get stories of wealthy black people in fiction at least not in this kind of fiction It's refreshingSunny Hostin invites readers to a world of wealth and class

  2. says:

    Contemporary literature is a fairly new genre for me I love the portrayal of life and growth that comes from a rea

  3. says:

    Summer on the Bluffs by Sunny Hostin is a great refreshing heartwarming book about heart love relationships family and secretsThis is an excellent book that centers around Ama and Omar and their wonderful life and summer house toget

  4. says:

    This was a deeply moving story of an upper crust black family on Martha's Vineyard Ama and Omar had no children but they have three goddaughters Now the three goddaughters gather at their home in Martha's Vineyar

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    Free in exchange for an honest review courtesy of Goodreads Giveaways Thanks to William Morrow for listingThere is not enough out there about affluent black communities and especially not about black women The way they are portrayed in media and literature always accentuates struggles which are very important for people to learn ab

  6. says:

    Summer on the Bluffs by Sunny Hostin is a great refreshing heartwarming book about heart love relationships family and secretsThis is an excellent book that centers around Ama and Omar and their wonderful life and summer house together in Martha’s Vineyard The reader then gets to see a mystery unfold in the “adoption” of three goddaughters Perry Olivia and Billie We learn of their relationships with each girl and

  7. says:

    Summer on the Bluffs was a mixed bag for me In one regard the four women at the center of the story are the pinnacle of strong women that have worked hard and achieved success They each have demons they struggle with in their life that makes you not hate them for being successful But I never really feel like I get to know any of them I just float along the surface of their lives without feeling their struggles with them And the bo

  8. says:

    This story began a little slowly for me I didn’t enjoy the narrative outlining Ama and Omar’s background and the paths they followed to success I did however lap up the rest of the book which follows the lives of their three goddaughters Full of atmosphere with lavish descriptions of the island Chateau Laveau and the elegant attire they wear it’s a feast for the senses I was totally unaware of the existence of Oak Bluffs and found

  9. says:

    I received and exclusive excerpt for the book Summer on the Bluffs by Sunny Hostin from the publisher The first 90 pages of this book were just enough of a tease to get you interested in the outcome of the story so that you will buy the book to find out how this story ended I found the book to be very well written a interesting concept and contained enough angst and jealousy to make me wonder about the outcome I look forward to

  10. says:

    Well hello summer Wow this book is a great way to kick off your summer I absolutely LOVED this book Summer on the Bluffs is a book that is hard to put down I am giving this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️’s Summer on the Bluffs is a life changing summer for Ama and her three goddaughters Perry Olivia and Billie Ama and her husband Omar built a beautiful house on the bluffs of Martha’s Vineyard Perry Olivia and B