Book Review – The Peach Keeper

The Peach KeeperThe Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen

My rating: 3 out of 5 stars (3 / 5)

In the small, Carolina town of Walls of Water, the residents live surrounded by waterfalls, and secrets from an era gone by. When the women’s guild begins to renovate an old mansion that once belonged to the founding family of the town to turn it into an inn, those secrets begin to unravel and some are finally brought out into the light of day.

This isn’t a terribly philosphical novel. It’s about friendships between women, and whether or not where we live defines who we are in our lives. It’s about choosing your own identity, and protecting the people you love, but it’s not terribly deep or life-changing. It is, however, interesting, and a fun summer read with some lovely characters that you’ll want to be friends with once you’ve followed their journey through the book.

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