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  • The Magnolia Inn

  • The Red Stiletto Book Club Series, Book 1
  • By: Anne-Marie Meyer
  • Narrated by: Liz Krane
  • Length: 6 hrs and 10 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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The Magnolia Inn

By: Anne-Marie Meyer
Narrated by: Liz Krane
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Summary

A story about new friendships, a forgotten book club, and finding what you didn't know you needed. Welcome to Magnolia.

Maggie is 36, recently divorced and embarrassingly unemployed. With a bank account nearing zero, she does the only thing she can think of: make a business proposition to her gorgeous and successful estranged mother.

To Maggie’s utter surprise, her mother agrees. Any funds she can create off the sale of the dilapidated family inn on the island of Magnolia would be hers to invest. So, Maggie packs her few belongings and heads off to Rhode Island to make her dreams come true. 

Clementine has been stuck in Magnolia her whole life. The moment her father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, she knew she could never leave. And it was unrealistic for her to rely on her older brother Archer, who can't seem to outrun the ghosts of his past. 

So, when Maggie blows into town, both Clementine and Archer find themselves intrigued by the new move-in. When they stumble upon an old photograph of Maggie’s grandmother buried in the attic, Maggie can’t help but be drawn to a woman she’s never met.

In an attempt to feel closer to a family she never knew, a book club is revitalized. The Red Stilettos Book Club. What starts out as an act of desperation, soon becomes exactly what the women of Magnolia island were looking for: a sisterhood. 

The Magnolia Inn will capture you immediately after you start listening. It is a story chock-full of friendship, laughter, and swoon-worthy romance. Don’t pass up this wonderful story. Buy it today.

©2020 Anne-Maire Meyer (P)2020 Anne-Marie Meyer

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very cute story

easy listening with a sweet story perfect for a relaxing afternoon chill can't wait for the next one

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  • Martha Dunlap
  • 16-09-20

Loved the story

Really enjoyed the story. Look forward to the next book. A good book about relationships.

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  • Thomas Clark
  • 29-08-22

finally a clean book to read

this book was perfect, I'm so tired of the trashy books that the author thinks the only way to make it void is to fill it full of vulgar sex. Thankfully this book was clean and very well written.

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  • phyllis hartsfield
  • 16-08-22

I loved this book!

i loved this book and can't wait to read the series. this would make an awesome tv series!!

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  • Gloria L. Jaramillo
  • 13-07-22

Awesome book

Loved this book. Can't wait to listen to all the books in this series.

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  • J. Elfrink
  • 26-06-22

No Brain Cells Required to Read This Book

Storyline predictable. I could have written it. In fact, my 3rd grade students wrote better stories.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25-06-22

Ok, but needs more

Nice story, but lots of “he studied” and “she studied”. Needs some variation…overused wording made for a bland read/ listening.

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  • jeanie binder
  • 14-05-22

Captured

Holds interest immediately and to the end.
Leaves you wanting more. I look forward to the next one in the series.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-04-22

Too many words

How many words should it take to say that a character threw on a coat and went outside? The author describes every moment and movement of characters so thoroughly that nothing is left to the imagination. I quit listening after the first chapter.

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  • Jeaneen Goff
  • 28-03-22

I enjoyed the story.

The narrator did not do a good job in distinguishing the differs characters. I was very hard at times to determine which character was speaking.

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  • DAL
  • 15-02-22

Must have been written by a 12 year old!

Trite, silly and shallow, this book is for adolescent girls. The English is incorrect, repetitive and colorless.