Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Good Morning, Bellingham by Marina Raydun Review

Title: Good Morning, Bellingham
Author: Marina Raydun
Genre: Women's Fiction
Pages: 292
Release Date: September 9, 2019
Price: $2.99 or FREE for Kindle Unlimited Subscribers
Buy Link - Amazon


When Peta goes missing, a two-decade old secret threatens to rip at the seams and come out in the open. Relationships are tested as one dysfunctional family comes together in search of their daughter, sister, and wife. What they find instead will change each one of them forever.


I love books where all the characters are connected, though the connections aren't obvious. It's nice to see the story told from different angles. Good Morning, Bellingham tells the story of the disappearance of Peta from the view of not only her husband, mother, and sister, but also her therapist, her sister's boyfriend, her therapists son, and her therapist's ex-husband. Of course, everyone in town is interested in the disappearance due to Peta's celebrity status as the small town's beloved weather woman. The more you read, the closer you get to discovering how everyone in the story is connected. It was a good read that kept me turning the pages. The author does a great job at creating characters that evoke the desired feelings. There are characters you'll love, those you'll hate, and those that will remain a bit mysterious until the very end. All and all, it's an enjoyable read.

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