REVIEW: Sail Away by Ashley Farley is book 4 of the Palmetto Island Series. I’ve read the first three books and have adored every one of them. When I opened Sail Away it was with great anticipation because I knew I would be visiting with old and new friends. It did not disappoint! Muddy Bottom is book one and if you haven’t started it yet I highly recommend that you download it and start reading. It’s free!
I love these people and this Island. I feel like it is homecoming when I’m reading this series. Her characters are so likeable and their development is perfect. In each of the books you get to know more of one of the characters because the story is a little more focused on them. I’m praying there is at least one more book to this series. I love it!
I’m always anxious for a new book by Ashley Farley but her series are outstanding. She doesn’t leave you hanging. She does leave you wanting more. This is the perfect series for summer reading. I hope you’ll give it a try.
I received a copy of this book from the author for a fair and honest review. Thank you!
SYNOPSIS: “Pack your bags and head to Palmetto Island! You will truly love this magical place and the folks that live here!”
A mother struggles to provide for her child. Three strong women form a village to help a friend in need.
Becca has embarked on the most important mission of her life. She trusts no one, and she’s running out of time. On a whim, she rents a beach cottage on Palmetto Island for the summer. She’s searching for a solution to her problem. Help comes in an unexpected friendship with the young woman next door.
Hannah has three months to plan her dream wedding. While she’s eager to marry the man of her dreams, she finds the logistics of combining households and the details of organizing her event overwhelming. When she learns of a new friend’s crisis, she drops everything to come to her aid.
Sidney forges ahead with her successful career as a chef, while her heart remains in the past. On impulse, she reaches out to her old boyfriend on social media, and they rekindle their relationship. Chemistry between them still exists. But is it enough? Can she live with her secret? Or will she risk her happiness by revealing the truth?
Amelia is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. She seeks therapy in order to put the past behind her. Do all her problems stem from her abusive marriage? Or is something missing from her life? Will she give up the possibility of a future with the love of her life to fulfill another dream?
The paths of these four women collide in a dramatic conclusion. Farley once again reminds us that family is more than blood ties.