No Home Like Nantucket

No Home Like Nantucket Summary

Nantucket was Mae Benson’s paradise—until her beloved husband of forty-one years passes away in a tragic boating accident.

In the wake of her loss, Mae is desperate for a fresh start. So when her sister-in-law offers her the chance to run Nantucket’s famed Sweet Island Inn, Mae takes her up on the challenge. Perhaps the Inn can provide the healing she so desperately needs.

She’s not the only one hoping for new beginnings.

Mae’s oldest child, Eliza, is facing an unexpected pregnancy with a fiancé she no longer wants to be with.

Her daughter Holly is caught in a marriage on the rocks. Should she soldier on through growing discontent… or sacrifice her own happiness for the sake of her kids?

And headstrong Sara is reeling in the throes of a forbidden workplace romance—with a charming man who’s too good to be true.

Take a trip to Nantucket’s Sweet Island Inn and follow along as Mae Benson and her children face the hardest summer of their lives.

Love, loss, heartbreak, hope—it’s all here and more. Can Mae find a way to bring herself and her family to the light at the end of the tunnel?

Find out in NO HOME LIKE NANTUCKET: the first book in the Sweet Island Inn series.

Book Reviews


No Home Like Nantucket5 star

A good summer beach read. Enjoy yourself.55

1 Banker

Good book, no ending3 star

I enjoyed the book, but the author chose to end it without ending it. A cliffhanger ending designed to almost force you to buy the next book in the series.35


Good easy read5 star

Still adjusting to typos and double words I find not edited in eBooks. This is a quick easy read with a nice story line that continues in the series.55


Great title2 star

I hate books that leave you hanging till the next book.25


Very good!4 star

Loved the story, but didn’t like the cliffhanger ending...if you want to know what happens to all the people read the next one! I did!45

cold read

Good book5 star

Characters were easy to get to know.55


No Home Like Nantucket5 star

Mother Mae was a Sainte. Her offspring were a mess. Makes me think of my own. Wish I’d been as good of a mom like Mae.55


Loved5 star

I had a great time with this book the characters interesting with a storyline that flowed smoothly from beginning to the end. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.55

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