This was just an okay book to me. I think it would have helped me a lot if I had ready the first two books in the
series. I felt like I was missing some background details that would have made the story flow better.
The three friends who run the Sweet Lake inn are very different. To be honest, I found Linnie and Cat to be a little irritating. And Jada seemed to enjoy suffering a little too much. She carries guilt and responsibility and is the one who manages to be responsible…probably the only reason the inn is surviving much less becoming prosperous. Another problem I had was with the “sirens.” They just didn’t set well with me.
There was some sexual innuendo, but nothing overt. So nothing sexually offensive.
I do think I would have enjoyed this book better if I had read the previous books in the series. So I would not discourage others from reading The Season of Silver Linings if a reader has enjoyed the previous books or would be willing to read them the first two in the series before reading this one.
Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC in exchanged for my honest review.