Series: Boston Belles #3
Release Date: March 7, 2018
her emotional scars still linger.
little girl she once was, she rises up to take on her past. For the first time
in her short life, she’s able to taste the independence she’s always longed
for, ready for the future with Frankie. However, when tragedy strikes, will
their new found love be enough to keep them together? Or will she be forced to
face the harsh truth. That not all love stories even those with your best
friends promise a happy ending?
family await you in this emotional farewell.
I am so incredibly sad to see this series end! I cannot say enough good things about it!
Farewell to Beantown picks up where the series left off with Back to Beantown. Gia, born and raised in Boston, Lexi, the Southern Belle, and Shelby, the cowgirl, all come from extremely different backgrounds, but met in their college dorm and formed a friendship that would last through the ages.
Gia is a sassy, smart-mouthed Italian who is afraid of her feelings for Colin. Lexi didn’t know what a loving family was until she met Gia’s family. Shelby, from a large, loving family, has struggled with being apart from her family. She is no stranger to loss, but is not ready to open herself up to sharing that part.
I’m not going to lie… I cried A LOT while reading this, but I laughed even more! This book gave me all the feels! From grief, to suspense, to anger, to cracking up at the banter between friends and partners.
I love P. Marie’s writing style. She has the perfect blend of comedy, mixed with tragedy and romance. She weaves a beautiful tale of love, loyalty and courage. I really hope that this isn’t a Farewell to Beantown, as I would love to read more of these larger than life characters!
was born and raised. She resides in the house she grew up in with her husband
of 34 years and her two fur babies, Tek and Tessie. She is the proud mother of
two adult children. While she is a corporate girl during the day, she has
become both a writer and blogger by night. P. Marie says she owes her success
to her mother who taught her that if you believe in yourself, you can achieve