Sullivan has made a life for herself and
her three daughters Regis, Agnes, and
Cecilia at Star of the Sea Academy on
the magical Connecticut shore. Here she
teaches art at the convent schools
beautiful seaside campus, over which
Honors sister-in-law, mother superior
Bernadette Ignatius, keeps a benevolent
and watchful eye. No one could have
foreseen the day rebellious Regis would
come home with the stunning news that
she was getting married. Nor could
anyone have guessed how that sudden
announcement would soon change all their
"She almost delivers...if only Rice
seemed to care. If only she didn't craft
an entire paragraph out of the word
"Moonstones," - PW.
"Overwrought and flimsy - but at least the coastal scenery is lovely." - Kirkus.
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Luanne Rice is the author of more than 20 books, including What Matters Most, The Letters and The Deep Blue Sea for Beginners. She lives in New York City and Old Lyme, Connecticut, with her husband.
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