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Lost Souls at the Neptune Inn

  • Betsy Carter
  • ISBN-10: 1432881469
  • ISBN-13: 9781432881467
  • Shipping Weight: 1.30 lbs ( .59 kgs)
  • 454 Pages | Hardcover
  • Published/Released February 2021

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A New York Times Bestselling Author

Geraldine, Emilia Mae, and Alice Wingo couldn’t be more different from each other. Geraldine is a fiery beauty who never quite takes to motherhood. Her daughter, Emilia Mae, spends her life chasing her mother’s affection and goes looking for love in all the wrong places. When she gives birth to her own daughter, Alice, she vows to do things differently. Then, Dillard Fox, a handsome stranger, sails into town, bringing with him a gentle warmth that draws in all three of the Wingo women. But everyone has their secrets, and the one that Dillard has been carrying threatens to upend their idyllic family.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

“Carter crafts an endearing, sweeping saga of strangers brought together . . . The story comes alive through the honesty and raw emotion injected into the characters. Her unflinching look at the characters’ imperfections and boundless exploration into their minds makes for an exceptional tale.”

— Publishers Weekly

“A sweeping intergenerational story of the intertwined lives of two people who find themselves staying briefly at the Neptune Inn in New Rochelle, New York . . . A bittersweet tale that follows the twists and turns of love and loss and the painfulness and joy of life.”

— Kirkus Reviews

“One can’t help fall in love with each character, mourn each loss, cheer their triumphs, and maybe shed a tear or two.”

— Library Journal