Lights of Sugarberry Cove
by Webber, Heather

Avoiding Sugarberry Cove, Alabama, since she nearly drowned in the lake just outside her mother's B&B, Sadie Way Scott is called home when her mother has a heart attack and, with a little lake magic, accepts the past and forms a strong bond with her estranged sister.

HEATHER WEBBER is the nationally bestselling author of more than thirty novels and has been twice nominated for an Agatha Award. She is the USA Today bestselling author of Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe and South of the Buttonwood Tree. She loves to spend time with her family, read, drink too much coffee and tea, birdwatch, crochet, watch cooking competition and home improvement shows, and bake. Heather lives in southwestern Ohio and is hard at work on her next book.

When she was 18 years old, Sadie Way Scott almost drowned. Local lore insists that she was saved by Lady Laurel, the guardian spirit of the lake, whose magic turned Sadie's hair a glittering silvery-white. After the accident, Sadie left Sugarberry Cove, leaving her mother Susannah and her sister Leala behind. Eight years later, the family reunites just in time for the town's annual lantern festival. Leala is having marital problems and her workaholic husband won't listen, Susannah has health and money issues, and Sadie isn't over her high school sweetheart, Will. As the festival nears, all three women are inspired to make peace with their pasts and look toward the promise of the future. Webber's latest features the quirky characters and small-town setting her fans have come to expect, along with a comforting story where everyone gets their happy ending, thanks to lake magic. The realistic family dynamic and well-drawn characters ground the story and provide a relatable backdrop for the town's supernatural goings-on. Readers who enjoy Karen White's blend of southern charm and gentle magic will savor their time in Sugarberry Cove. Copyright 2021 Booklist Reviews.

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