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    [PDF FREE] (Montauk By Nicola Harrison) Author Nicola Harrison “No matter how perfect all these lives seemed from a distance so full of possibilities and promise we all wanted ”Montauk is a historical novel about one woman’s path to self discovery through an unexpected romance Beatrice a young housewife summers in Montauk amongst the wealthy and privileged crowd but yearns for She has li

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    [PDF FREE] (Montauk By Nicola Harrison) Author Nicola Harrison Nicola Harrison's debut takes place in 1938 a turbulent time in history where dark clouds hint of a world war t

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    [PDF FREE] (Montauk By Nicola Harrison) Author Nicola Harrison Nicola Harrison ´ 1 FREE READ Thank you to St Martin's Press who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalleyI received an invitation widget from the publisher to read and review this book Otherwise this wouldn't have caught my eye as something I would want to read I'm n

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    [PDF FREE] (Montauk By Nicola Harrison) Author Nicola Harrison READ Ì PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK ´ Nicola Harrison Nicola Harrison ´ 1 FREE READ Nicola Harrison presents her debut novel Montauk nestled on the tip of Long Island It's the summer of 1938 and we as readers step into a time period wrapped in social s societal webbings and malefemale designated roles Not one to be

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    [PDF FREE] (Montauk By Nicola Harrison) Author Nicola Harrison This debut novel is set in the summer of 1938 in Montauk Long Island Beatrice was a great character and it was interesting to see how she reacted to different situations with some of the wealthy wives She came from a middle class bac

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    READ Ì PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK ´ Nicola Harrison [PDF FREE] (Montauk By Nicola Harrison) Author Nicola Harrison Nicola Harrison ´ 1 FREE READ Favorite uotesAs we drove up the tight and winding road tree branches reached overhead toward each other like lovers’ hands desperate to connectI’d felt paranoid that everyone already knew about Harry’s philandering How could they not? Women talked and Harry apparently was about as discreet with his affairs as a pack of rats going through a dumpsterSometimes I yearned for that forever feeling—those hour

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Nicola Harrison ´ 1 FREE READ READ Ì PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK ´ Nicola Harrison READ Montauk By Nicola Harrison What is and what could beAn epic and cinematic novel by debut author Nicola Harrison Montauk captures the glamour and. Thank you to St Martin s Press who provided an advance reader copy via NetGalleyI received an invitation widget from the publisher to read and review this book Otherwise this wouldn t have caught my eye as something I would want to read I m not into the historical romance genre but every once in awhile I travel outside my comfort zone Technically this is classified as women s fiction I steer clear of those too Beatrice Bordeaux has been married to Harry for five years It s 1938 she s now thirty and childless Beatrice came from humble beginnings but has been living a privileged existence with Harry so successful in the finance field When they first got married they couldn t keep their hands off each other such was their ardent hunger for one another Now Harry is spending time away on business and it seems like their marriage is on auto pilot The Bordeauxs live in New York City but like many other well to do couples they are going to Montauk at the tip of Long Island for the summer The wives stay at the opulent hotel The Manor flying solo during the week while their husbands join them on the weekend The wives just have fun playing tennis sunbathing swimming and other indulgent activities while boarding at The Manor They send the laundry to be done by a young local named Elizabeth and mothers even send dirty cloth diapers out to be cleaned by someone else Meals are taken in the hotel and mothers have nannies to tend to their children They plan charity functions to fundraise for various causes The ladies wear the finest gowns and jewelry especially on weekends when their husbands will dine with them Beatrice isn t like the other rich ladies that vacation at Montauk She s fascinated with the locals The men have sinewy limbs from working hard at physical jobs The laundry girl Elizabeth has four young children to take care of while cleaning the rich people s laundry Beatrice is particularly drawn to a man named Thomas the island s lighthouse keeperThis was an OK read The book was 400 pages and it felt like 400 pages By the time I got to the end I felt cheated by the climax Real Cause Real Cure join them on the weekend The wives Watching Spirits just have fun playing tennis sunbathing swimming and other indulgent activities while boarding at The Manor They send the laundry to be done by a young local named Elizabeth and mothers even send dirty cloth diapers out to be cleaned by someone else Meals are taken in the hotel and mothers have nannies to tend to their children They plan charity functions to fundraise for various causes The ladies wear the finest gowns and House of Gold jewelry especially on weekends when their husbands will dine with them Beatrice isn t like the other rich ladies that vacation at Montauk She s fascinated with the locals The men have sinewy limbs from working hard at physical Our Darkest Hours jobs The laundry girl Elizabeth has four young children to take care of while cleaning the rich people s laundry Beatrice is particularly drawn to a man named Thomas the island s lighthouse keeperThis was an OK read The book was 400 pages and it felt like 400 pages By the time I got to the end I felt cheated by the climax

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Nicola Harrison ´ 1 FREE READ READ Ì PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK ´ Nicola Harrison READ Montauk By Nicola Harrison Extravagance of a summer by the sea with the story of a woman torn between the life she chose and the life she desire. Favorite uotesAs we drove up the tight and winding road tree branches reached overhead toward each other like lovers hands desperate to connectI d felt paranoid that everyone already knew about Harry s philandering How could they not Women talked and Harry apparently was about as discreet with his affairs as a pack of rats going through a dumpsterSometimes I yearned for that forever feeling those hours that stretched into days and days into a week without a thought for tomorrow It was simple then We wore swimsuits all day long and we slept long and deeply at night eager for it all to start again the next day never thinking for a second that another day wouldn t come What s important in situations like these is that you find a way to relax and nature will most certainly take its course He jotted these thoughts down on a prescription pad tore off the page and handed it to me Take this seriously he said It s your duty to your husband and to America As a kid anything seemed possible in the real world though nothing was Youth gave us an inflated sense of possibility that you could achieve anything if you really went for it but it felt as if you d have to fight your whole life to get there and most of us just got married and had childrenMy ReviewThis beautifully written story was taut with tension and kept me on edge while I was mesmerized by the lushly descriptive and enticing writing style The storylines were wincingly well crafted and easily believable This emotive tale upended me I was uickly sucked into a confining and misogynistic 1938 vortex something I would typically avoid but not this time I couldn t put it down I am totally in awe this debut author has major skills and a bright future ahead Lies deceit rampant infidelities and the petty dramas of social climbing women marked the days and nights of the betrayed and deeply disappointed Beatrice and in many ways she was just as tarnished and culpable as the rest although she saw the hypocrisy and at least felt some guilt about it Apparently the entitled wealthy and social elite still existed and lived uite well throughout the Depression These compelling characters were rather vile yet kept me holding my breath and gripping my kindle from the very beginning to the crescendo finish that nearly broke me and left me in definite need of a spa day Real Cause Real Cure jotted these thoughts down on a prescription pad tore off the page and handed it to me Take this seriously he said It s your duty to your husband and to America As a kid anything seemed possible in the real world though nothing was Youth gave us an inflated sense of possibility that you could achieve anything if you really went for it but it felt as if you d have to fight your whole life to get there and most of us Watching Spirits just got married and had childrenMy ReviewThis beautifully written story was taut with tension and kept me on edge while I was mesmerized by the lushly descriptive and enticing writing style The storylines were wincingly well crafted and easily believable This emotive tale upended me I was uickly sucked into a confining and misogynistic 1938 vortex something I would typically avoid but not this time I couldn t put it down I am totally in awe this debut author has major skills and a bright future ahead Lies deceit rampant infidelities and the petty dramas of social climbing women marked the days and nights of the betrayed and deeply disappointed Beatrice and in many ways she was House of Gold just as tarnished and culpable as the rest although she saw the hypocrisy and at least felt some guilt about it Apparently the entitled wealthy and social elite still existed and lived uite well throughout the Depression These compelling characters were rather vile yet kept me holding my breath and gripping my kindle from the very beginning to the crescendo finish that nearly broke me and left me in definite need of a spa day

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Nicola Harrison ´ 1 FREE READ READ Ì PRIMACLEANSEPLUSUK.CO.UK ´ Nicola Harrison READ Montauk By Nicola Harrison Montauk Long Island 1938A simple town on the brink of a glamorous futureA marriage drifting apartA life on the edge of. No matter how perfect all these lives seemed from a distance so full of possibilities and promise we all wanted Montauk is a historical novel about one woman s path to self discovery through an unexpected romance Beatrice a young housewife summers in Montauk amongst the wealthy and privileged crowd but yearns for She has lived a sheltered life to say the least Away from the bustle of New York City she begins to recognize the cracks in her marriage Struggling to fit in with the cutthroat society women she befriends a laundress who introduces her to another kind of life one filled with simplicity but built around love When she meets a lighthouse keeper named Thomas her life is altered forever She finds herself being forced to choose between luxury and true loveTold through Beatrice s eyes Montauk is a slower paced character study While the reader gets an honest but sometimes frustrating view on Beatrice s life and the choices she makes for me it was too much telling and not enough seeingI both enjoyed and struggled a bit with Montauk I loved the setting but I had trouble connecting with Beatrice which was partially due to the narrative style The transitions between narrative and dialogue were sometimes a little stiff and at other times rushed The novel did feel authentic and while Beatrice is a product of her time there were some moments when I just couldn t read any about her lack of awareness when it came to certain situations On the other hand Beatrice is a very likable character I couldn t stop myself from rooting for her I found it much interesting towards the end and was even a little surprised by how it ended Montauk is in no way a bad read I think this is one of those cases of it s me not the book I received an ARC of this book through a Goodreads giveaway Brave New Knits just couldn t read any about her lack of awareness when it came to certain situations On the other hand Beatrice is a very likable character I couldn t stop myself from rooting for her I found it much interesting towards the end and was even a little surprised by how it ended Montauk is in no way a bad read I think this is one of those cases of it s me not the book I received an ARC of this book through a Goodreads giveaway

  • Hardcover
  • 388
  • Montauk By Nicola Harrison
  • Nicola Harrison
  • English
  • 03 June 2019
  • 9781250200112