Monday, May 23, 2022

Mustique Island

Mustique is a private island in the nation of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, a chain of small islands in the West Indies. It is as idyllic as it is remote. When Willy May arrives following a three year adventure on her sailboat, she has a pocketful of cash and is ready to start a new life. After her ex-husbands unexpected passing Willy May finally leaves the stuffy London enclave where she was never really accepted. This Texan beauty queen is quickly coerced to become part of a new utopian community founded by a bizarre yet prominent English gentleman. Promised to be filled with only the rich and beautiful, even Princess Margaret has a home there. It doesn’t take long for Willy May’s grown daughters to join her. The older, a Vogue model arrives troubled and secretly pregnant while the younger is trying to desperately hold together any semblance of the family they once were. After introducing the magnificence and beauty of the island along with the quirky characters, I slowly became disenchanted. Midway through began the small itch of waiting for something to happen and sadly the snow balling dysfunctional family drama was a bit too late. Easy to read this authors wonderful writing but not my favorite. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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