Allie Larkin’s Swimming for Sunlight

More of a woman’s novel than I’d usually read, but the first sentence got me.  A young divorcee returns with her traumatized dog, rescued from a kill shelter, to the Florida home of the grandmother who reared her.  There she is surrounded by quirky retirees who love her and bless her with their kindness and courage.  Won’t blow your socks off, but neither does it waste your time.  Engaging, entertaining.  Look for this one to drop from Atria Books in April!

Full Disclosure: A review copy of this book was provided to me by Atria Books via NetGalley. I would like to thank the publisher and the author for providing me this opportunity. All opinions expressed herein are my own.

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