A Lowcountry Wedding
A Lowcountry Wedding (Lowcountry Summer) Mass Market
Wedding season has landed in New York Times smash hit creator Mary Alice Monroe’s fourth novel in the “unmistakable, complex, and charming” (Charleston Magazine) Lowcountry Summer arrangement, set against the sentimental, beguiling Carolina lowcountry.
Nothing could be more charming than a late spring wedding—or two!— in storied Sullivan’s Island. A centuries-old manor, a road of old oaks trickling greenery, a sand hill at dusk… it’s all photo impeccable, and relatives Dora, Carson, and Harper, and their grandma Marietta “Mamaw” Muir couldn’t be more energized. Wedding dresses are picked, scenes booked, and flavorful cakes tasted. What could turn out badly?
The appropriate response, the Muir faction is soon to discover, is everything. Carson cherishes Blake, yet battles with surrendering her freedom. Harper questions if a prenuptial understanding will help or hurt the fate of her marriage, and a recently liberated Dora is unverifiable whether she truly needs to stroll down the path once more. Exactly when it appears things couldn’t get more muddled for the Muir sisters, an outsider arrives bearing a long-held family mystery that can possibly steamed even the most deliberately laid-out wedding arranges.