This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
Along The Infinite Sea
Pepper Schuyler is trouble. She’s got a nose for it. A figure for it. Pepper and trouble love to tango.
Pepper thinks she has found a way out of her recent troubles, though. Discovering a Mercedes, she secretly has it restores and plans to sell it an auction- thereby earning a tidy sum- maybe enough for an unmarried woman to go with the baby she’s carrying and live a life- free from people who might find the child an inconvenience.
Cue Annabelle. A woman who might love trouble as much as Pepper. After she buys the car from Pepper and begins to reveal why she wanted the car- Annabelle takes Pepper under her wing.
ALONG THE INFINITE SEA tells the story of two women- Pepper and Annabelle. Both strong. Independent. Opinionated. Women whose lives are more difficult (however richer) for the choices they have made.
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
I 100% fell in love with Beatriz Williams’s writing style when she blasted into my life with A HUNDRED SUMMERS. Ever since then, I have anxiously awaited a new story in her saga.
ALONG THE INFINITE SEA is a bit of a bittersweet read for me- it’s the last Schuyler sister book and I will miss those stories.
With it already being established that I am a Beatriz fan- let’s just get into what I liked about the story:
- The Cover. My gosh, is actual art as pretty as this cover? I think not. Please, I beg of whoever does the cover art for Beatriz’s covers- let’s talk. I need a large size print of this cover. Pure perfection.
- The story of Annabelle. It always amazes me how much I learn about history when reading a book by Beatriz. My heart always breaks just a bit thinking about the hardships of the women she writes about.
- How I kept guessing and re-guessing who Annabelle’s husband was. I was back and forth. Forth and back. And just when I thought Beatriz had dropped a clue for readers- I was once again surprised. LOVED it.
- The comments that Pepper makes. Pepper’s feisty. 2 thumbs up.
I could actually go on and on- but I want you, the reader, to find out your own reasons to love Pepper, Annabelle and Beatriz.
Bottom line: Buy this book. But be sure to read the previous ones in the series. While technically each book can stand alone- things are revealed about previous books if you read them out of order.
*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*
Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T