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    Elin Hilderbrand
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    Reagan Arthur Books (June 21, 2011)
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Elin Hilderbrand never disappoints me in any of her books.

Elin Hilderbrand never disappoints me in any of her books.

Just in time for summer vacation comes this reissue of two beloved Elin Hilderbrand classics, filled with double the sun, sand, drama and romance that fans love.

Silver Girl by Elin Hilderbrand. Its a summertime story only Elin Hilderbrand can tell, filled with the heartache, laughter, and surprises that have made her page-turning, bestselling novels as much a part of summer as a long afternoon on a sunny beach.

Set against the backdrop of a Nantucket summer, Elin Hilderbrand delivers a suspenseful story of the power of friendship, the pull of love, and the beauty of forgiveness.

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Elin Hilderbrand is an American writer mostly of romance novels. Hilderbrand's novels are typically set on and around Nantucket Island where she lives with three children. She was born and raised in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University, and was previously a teaching/writing fellow at the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop. The New York Post called Elin Hilderbrand "The queen of summer beach read".

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Город: Nantucket, MAПодписчиков: 16 ты. себе: Author of 23 novels including WINTER I. . себе: Author of 23 novels including WINTER IN PARADISE and the forthcoming SUMMER OF ‘69 (June 18). Mother of 3 teens, big fan of the Boss & common sense gun control

Meredith Martin Delinn just lost everything: her friends, her homes, her social standing - because her husband Freddy cheated rich investors out of billions of dollars.Desperate and facing homelessness, Meredith receives a call from her old best friend, Constance Flute. Connie's had recent worries of her own, and the two depart for a summer on Nantucket in an attempt to heal. But the island can't offer complete escape, and they're plagued by new and old troubles alike. When Connie's brother Toby - Meredith's high school boyfriend - arrives, Meredith must reconcile the differences between the life she is leading and the life she could have had. Set against the backdrop of a Nantucket summer, Elin Hilderbrand delivers a suspenseful story of the power of friendship, the pull of love, and the beauty of forgiveness.

Elin Hilderbrand never disappoints me in any of her books. This has an intriguing mystery with Meredith and her husband a billionaire who finds himself in jail for 150 years. What happens to Meredith and her two boys? Meredith asks her a strangled but long time friend Connie if she can spend the summer with her on Nantucket. She accepts but what did Connie open herself up to; is it safe to have Meredith with her under the fact Meredith is under scrutiny of stealing also?

This is a great summer read filled with adventure, a broken relationships, lost husband and a strangled daughter along with new love. What happens when Meredith sees her long ago love Toby?

I loved this book; I could have read all night through. Easy read!!!
A great trashy book for your Nantucket beach vacation. There are lots of references to the island, which is fun while you're visiting. The characters and plot is flimsy, but make for easy reading while on vacation.
I absolutely love Elin Hilderbrand and look forward to her new book coming out every summer. Although the writing of this book was very good along the lines of her usual style, the story was hackneyed and oddly familiar.
This book revolves around "Meredith" whose husband just got busted for the largest Ponzi scheme in history, to the tune of $50 Billion... Sound familiar?!? All her friends disown her and her children are prevented by the courts from speaking to her. She just happens to have an old friend from grade school who happens to have a summer house right on the beach in Nantucket... (Why don't I have friends like this to call when I'm having problems?!?) Anyway, she goes to Nantucket to escape the media circus only to encounter a stalker, a love interest, and further troubles from the press.
The book may be a little predictably and too close to the real Madoff story, but it is well written and definitely a good summer book. However, if you want to read only ONE Elin Hilderbrand, read one of her others.
With the Madoff scandal continuing to be in the news (just today their longtime accountant's son committed suicide) we get a fictional peek into the life of an innocent player - in this case the "no-nothing" wife. The author builds a believable story of how one could be totally innocent of any knowledge of her husband's crimes; and she creates a character that we really like, too. Not an easy task. I wouldn't like the character if she appeared to be totally clueless about everything in life; but this character seems totally engaged and very likable. The story is presented in present time and flashbacks. Supporting characters are well drawn too. My only complaint is that life gets a little like "high school" around the edges when an additional love interest appears on the scene. It is a good read and a good value.
I discovered Elin Hilderbrand this summer when I picked up The Island. I have been going through the rest of her books like wildfire. I love this author and the setting of her books! She has brought this area to life for me so that I feel I've been there--and am dying to go for real!

This is not my favorite Hilderbrand book, but I completely enjoyed it. The book made me care about the characters even though I wasn't that excited about it at first. It's hard to feel sympathy for people like this, but the fact that I ended up doing so says a lot about Hilderbrand's writing.

What was absolutely wonderful was the ending of this book. I read a lot and broadly. I've read many, many wonderful books, but I have to say that I think this book may have the most perfect ending I've ever read. I didn't see it coming. It was tender and when I closed the book I was smiling. Perfection!

Overall, good, solid, entertaining summer entertainment! Hilderbrand has become a must-read for me!
This book reminded me of a true story about a ponzu scheme and all those affected by it. The characters come alive and this book was difficult to put down as I wanted to know what happened next with the characters. A wonderful story of friendships and love.
I loved this story. The characters were so well developed, the story flowed along beautifully, and now that I have read it all, I am finding it hard to get the story out of my mind. Meredith had such a charmed life, and when it fell apart, she had to figure out how to go on. It took her some time, but she did it and did it while remaining true to herself, even discovering some of that truth along the way. Connie was still grieving the loss of her husband and had her own demons to deal with. Both women had much to figure out, and they did it with grace and a bit of a helping hand. I have read several books by this author and enjoyed them all for the most part, but this one will always stand out. It's a beautifully told story.
elin hildebrand may be my favorite author, she never disappoints! Too bad she only writes one book a year. I was a little nervous about Silver Girl, I didn't like the idea of the plot being about a ponzi, madolph-esque scheme. it turned out more to be about the friendships and relationships that come and go to everyone and of course the healing nature of nantucket island.

meredith delinn lost everything when her husband got caught hiding billions of dollars in investments all over the world. she was the most hated woman in the world, and had nowhere to turn, but to her ex-best friend, connie, and her nantucket haven. connie had troubles of her own, having just lost her beloved husband a few years ago and her estranged daughter. it is a perfect location and time for the women to reconnect and help each other through a huge transition.