Morning Glory by Sarah Jio

Fleeing an East Coast life marred by tragedy, Ada Santorini takes up residence on houseboat number seven on Boat Street. She discovers a trunk left behind by Penny Wentworth, a young newlywed who lived on the boat half a century earlier. Ada longs to know her predecessor’s fate, but little suspects that Penny’s mysterious past and her own clouded future are destined to converge.

My Thoughts:
I love Sarah Jios style.  I like how it’s read from 2 different women’s perspectives and how their lives are tied together.  When I read a book and think to myself “I would watch this movie” or “this needs to be made into a movie” that’s how I know it’s good.  I would watch this movie!  It’s uplifting in the sense that it gives hope. No matter what happens in life there is always something there that’ll bring you a little bit of happiness during the dark time.  That was this book.


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