The New York Times bestselling writer revisits the characters from her cherished novels Love Walked In and Belong to Me during this desirable, fantastically written drama concerning kinfolk, friendship, secrets and techniques, sacrifice, braveness, and real love for enthusiasts of Jojo Moyes, Elin Hilderbrand, and Nancy Thayer.
On the weekend of her marriage ceremony, Clare Hobbes meets an aged lady named Edith Herron. in the course of the process a unmarried dialog, Edith offers Clare the braveness to do what she must have performed months prior: holiday off her engagement to her charming—yet overly possessive—fiancé.
Three weeks later, Clare learns that Edith has died—and has given her one other present. Nestled in crepe myrtle and hydrangea and perched on the marshy fringe of a bay in a small beach city in Delaware, Blue Sky condominium now belongs to Clare. even though the previous visitor condo has been empty for years, Clare feels a deep connection to Edith inside of its partitions, that are embellished with previous images taken through Edith and her loved husband, Joseph.
Exploring the home, Clare unearths mysterious ledgers hidden underneath the kitchen sink. Edith, it kind of feels, used to be no usual woman—and Blue Sky residence no usual position. With the aid of her mom, Viviana, her surrogate mom, Cornelia Brown, and her former boyfriend and ally, Dev Tremain, Clare starts off to piece jointly the tale of Blue Sky House—a decades-old secret extra complicated and tangled than she can have imagined. As she peels again the layers of Edith’s lifestyles, Clare discovers a narrative of darkish secrets and techniques, passionate love, heartbreaking sacrifice, and outstanding braveness. She additionally makes startling discoveries approximately herself: the place she’s come from, the place she’s going, and what—and who—she loves.
Shifting among the Fifties and the current and instructed within the alternating voices of Edith and Clare, I’ll Be Your Blue Sky is classic Marisa de los Santos—an emotionally evocative novel that probes the private recesses of the human middle and illuminates the soft connections that bind our lives.