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Anna Lutz Abbott grew up in a family plagued with dysfunction. In addition, the death of her mother shaped the rest of her life. Pregnant by date rape at her senior prom, she quickly marries Jim, her best friend, who is gay and together they raise daughter Emily. After 10 years they both agree that they love each other dearly but they must move on. Anna and Emily move from Charleston to a small beach house on the Isle of Palms. Anna and Jim remain close friends and it is Jim who comes to the rescue when she gets fired from her hair stylist job and he helps her, along with her neighbor Lucy open her very own hair salon named Anna's Cabana. There are a cast of colorful, memorable characters that are interwoven through this story, such as Arthur, Anna's on and off again semiserious relationship. There are two eccentric, lovable old ladies who reveal secrets about Anna's family The generous but controlling dad has a fling with flamboyant neighbor Lucy, while she plays int a huge part of the story. After she becomes Anna's best friend, she loans her $50,00.00 to get the salon off to a running start. Anna and Lucy are overwhelmed with the success of the salon!

The story continues with words that paint a vibrant visual, witty dialogue and the book is jammed with crazy, lovable characters . It is a slow starter but once you get into the story, about fifty to seventyfive pages, it's a riproaring page turner. So far every one of the Lowcountry novels that I have read is a wonderful "trip" to the shores of South Carolina. This was such a delightful read. I absolutely loved the storyline and the characters. Dorothea Benton Frank rarely disappoints as she writes about what she knows best: the lowcountry, Charleston and surrounding islandsand the people who call it home. Indeed, ISLE OF PALMS, is set in the author's beloved birthplace region and is a tribute to everything from its salty marshes to its eccentric inhabitants. Frank provides equal parts drama, southern heritage and razor sharp one liners.
The main character, Anna Lutz Abbot is richly layered. She has known setbacks but thanks to her good nature has been able to forge on. She is supported by an ensemble cast that is full of warmth and humor, flawed maybe, but, loving and loyal. I loved the unconventional makeup of Anna’s family; her sweet gay exhusband Jim is simply the best!
What is most important about this book is that it brings enjoyment and warmth for the few hours that you are reading it. Please, Dorothea Benton Frank, don’t stop writing.
Anna Abbott is a hairdresser who lives in Isle of Palms, SC. She tells your her life story from childhood until her college age daughter reaches a milestone event. Like every Dorothea Benton Frank tale, there's family tensions, loss, betrayal, loveall set in the beauty of the Low Country. Anna is a woman whose been through some very tough times, all to protect and raise her precious daughter Emily. Her exhusband Jim is such a loving and caring character and her friends are precious. I would have loved to have been invited to the Labor Day party!

I listened to the book while I was driving and it sure made all the time running errands, going to work, etc. much more enjoyable! Eech. This HAD to be her first book as there were glimmers of the stories, characters and writing to come. Where was her editor? I've enjoyed her other beach books about life in the Carolina Lowcountry, but this was all over the place. This is another beautiful and delightful story set in the low country of South Carolina. The characters are bigger than life with huge dreams and they won’t come true without that first big step. That’s how life begins to take a turn for the better when Anna returns to the Isle of Palms. Slow start but full of drama. Wonderful read. I enjoyed this book as I have enjoyed other books by Dorothea benton Frank. There are great characters, a good story, and most of all I love the lowcountry and the references to places I know. But there were also several things I didn't like about the book.

The beginning starts off awkwardly with the main character, Anna, addressing the reader directly... "Get yourself a cup of tea, I'm gonna tell you a tale." Really tacky. Then several times throughout the book, also very awkwardly, the narrator switches and the story is told by Miss Mavis instead of Anna. Really strange and sloppy writing in my opinion. I thought some of the characters were a little immature Frannie in particular who uses language of a young 20something.

But probably my biggest complaint was the attitude Anna and others have about her rapist. Thankfully, at the end, Anna, finally delivers some normal rage towards her prom date who dateraped her and left her pregnant. But the whole scenario to treat the rapist's wife to a day at the salon and to send a photo of her daughter is rather farfetched and not clear. She never indicates what her goal is in contacting this guy (Everett). She didn't prosecute, but still doesn't want his money nor intends to retaliate. In the end he comes for Thanksgiving dinner and after she smashes his car (finally something real!) she finds forgiveness on the spot?! I began to wonder if my thinking was offbase or if southern women handle things differently or why the author treated a daterape resulting in a pregnancy so casually. Any why did she forgive her neighbor, Lucy, for gossiping about something so delicately? Anyway, hopefully, you get my point... I don't think this part of the story was addressed with the importance that it should have received. I suppose that's because the author intended the book to simply be a fun "beach novel." And it is just that. I enjoyed the fun characters, images of good backyard parties, and the atmosphere of the salon.

Great Read

I have followed this his author for a long time. There haven't been any that I didn't love. This one made me laugh , teary and just purely enjoy.