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You, Me, and the Sea by Meg Donohue @megdonohue @WmMorrowBooks @HarperCollinsCa

A girl drawn to the sea, a love bonded by the sea, the secrets it keeps and the cruel brother who tries to destroy it all.

You, Me and The Sea is a beautifully written story that swept me and pulled me to the cliff of Horseshoe cliff and I could feel the love and danger the sea holds. It left me wondering right from the start the secrets the sea held for this family here in this story.

You, Me, and the Sea explores loss, the bonds that hold people together and the cruelty that can pull them apart. I was drawn into the lives of the characters and could feel the bond to the sea they felt and how it bonded them together. The story takes a turn when tragedy hits and I started to lose a bit of interest with the direction the story went, however that unexpected ending pulled back into it and really like how it all came together in the end.

Thank you to William Morrow and HarperCollins Canada for my complimentary copy