Review of ON A SUMMER TIDE by Suzanne Woods Fisher

I was very excited to receive this first book in a new series by Suzanne Woods Fisher. This is a story trying to find their roles and to function together. Paul is a widower who decides to make a major change in his life and bring his three daughters with him to an island that he bought in Maine. He renames the island The Three Sisters Island, and so the adventure begins. The old camp that Paul remembers in in total disrepair and will require that the three of them work together in order to make it successful again. With a purpose in mind to draw and keep tourists on the island year around, Paul, along with Camden, Maddie and Blaine, find out what their hidden talents are in order to save the island and give the townspeople a purpose, also. There is a school teacher on the island who is the love interest of one of the daughters, and there is also Cooper, Camden’s son who suffers from severe separation anxiety. The way Ms. Fisher unrolls the story for the reader is humorous and empathetic. I enjoyed the characterization that showed the weaknesses of the main characters because all of their deep problems were revealed slowly as was how they dealt with the weaknesses and changed them into strengths. This is a totally clean read with a really good story and many good lessons to teach.


I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell Publishing. I was not required to post a positive review. The opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255, “Guides Concerning the Use of Testimonials and Endorsements in Advertising.”

This first book in a new series is available today at your favorite bookseller!

4 thoughts on “Review of ON A SUMMER TIDE by Suzanne Woods Fisher

  1. Lee Poskey

    Good mornin to you miss Vickie.
    A happy day for you, with grinnin and niceness.
    I’m glad that you enjoyed the book, and perhaps others will enjoy it too.

    Lord bless you.

    Liked by 1 person

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