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Born in Savannah but raised on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, Laura Cooper is a true southern woman. She believes that iced tea should always be sweet and has an entire Pinterest Board with over a hundred different ways to cook shrimp.
Via an AOL chat room she met her husband of sixteen years, Chris Cooper. Together they have two children, (both in college at the same time) and fifteen, yes count ‘em, fifteen dogs.
Prior to writing novels, Laura ran a large pure breed rescue organization for homeless animals. She, Chris and the kids found homes for over six thousand homeless dogs until they retired three years ago.
Between calls begging for money (from her children) and squeaky toys, she somehow manages to embolden other southern women to explore their sexuality through reading. Claiming that fifty is the new thirty, Laura encourages her readers to examine themselves, crawl out from beneath the soccer mom status and live a little.
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on July 19, 2013 :
Boneyard Beach threw me into another world, I felt like I was placed right smack in the middle of South Carolina. Living the southern life with sweet tea, “yes, ma’ma’s” and all those southern manners, where the number one rule of family is protecting each other, no matter how many secrets that leads to. Jenna’s depressed and exhausted, realizes her life is in scrambles and the last time she really felt any magic was back on Boneyard Beach 15 years ago. Nick harboring those same feelings, has been busy living a life that surrounds a life changing secret. This story will take you on a journey and I found myself not sure how things were going to play out or how I wanted them to. Has 15 years been to long, can you trust a family with secrets, can you believe in love again and put yourself first when the last time you did was before you knew how to care for anyone else? I loved Nick, his sense of humor and straight to the point attitude and he knows what he wants. Jenna had me giggling sometimes at her, but she also a tough cookie and really values her family. This book has a very intriguing story line, that was full of what I imagine southern living to be. I loved the feeling this book gives you, as if your there or watching a movie play out. I kept wondering “can they find true love”, “is that the secret” or “no, who did that”, “what else will they do to protect their family”? On top of all this, there’s even hot scenes, I may have blushed a few times!!
(reviewed long after purchase)
on March 07, 2013 :
This was a great story.. I would really like to see a continuation.. Thanks so much.
(review of free book)
on March 06, 2013 :
A very good read with passion humor and even a slight bit of suspense.
(review of free book)