The Hideaway

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“A tale each powerful and spell binding: a don’t-miss novel within the finest southern traditions of storytelling.” Patti Callahan Henry, New York Times bestselling creator

When her grandmother’s will wrenches Sara returned domestic, she learns extra about Margaret Van Buren in the wake of her loss of life than she ever knew in existence.

After her last final family member dies, Sara Jenkins is going domestic to The Hideaway, her grandmother Mags’s ramshackle B

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    By Jael McGee
    I was looking for a new book to read and happened to stumble upon this book. The cover is what made me interested. Once I started reading it I couldn't put it down! It was a story I have been searching for! A story that takes place on a beach and has a love story attached to it but with a lot of depth! This book as become my absolute favorite book! And it made me even more happy to realize the author has faith for Christ! I loved it and I can't wait for hopefully many more books to come! I'm officially one of your biggest fans!
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    By plainsight63
    Great book that draws you into the fabric of the lives of all characters. Can't wait for her next installment!
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    By Richard Bard
    Excellent first novel. Looking forward to more!
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    By Gk1215
    Born and raised a Virginia girl I have always loved books about the my opinion they are the best. I have read all of Karen White and Dorothea B. Frank's books and loved them. Just like those I couldn't put this one down and I am putting her as my #1 favorite author. I can wait until April when her next one come out. Thank you Lauren for a great read and if this is your first I can't wait to see what comes next.
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    By Scairn50
    Loved this book! Beautifully written!! Have already pre-ordered her next book, Hurricane Season.
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    This was a wonderful book! I escaped to another time and place! I enjoyed every moment!
    By Ellen/Oceanside
    THE HIDEAWAY by Lauren K.Denton Thomas Nelson Publisher. Sara thought she knew her grandmother, but the reading of her "Will" brought her back to Alabama. To a B&B that is in need of renovating, of which a motley crew of seniors, and a good looking contractor. She uncovers a lot of secrets, the attic for one, and the other is how easy she felt in this slower pace of life.A good plot of how we think we know someone, and to find, they were so much more. Even to Sara, never thought of living in another place then her busy life, and a thriving antique store, in New Orleans. This will be enjoyed by all for a touch of mystery, of who was her grandmother, and a love story. Given ARC by Thomas Nelson for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.
  • A Southern novel!
    By Kris Anderson, The Avid Reader
    The Hideaway is a debut novel by Lauren K. Denton. Sara Jenkins lives in New Orleans where she owns her own shop called Bits and Pieces. She gets a call from her grandmother’s attorney asking her to contact him. Later that day Sara calls Vernon Bains, the lawyer and discovers that her eccentric and fun loving grandmother, Mags passed away. Sara was raised by Mags after her parents passed away in a car accident. She was raised at Mags’ bed and breakfast, The Hideaway along with the guests that checked in, but never checked out. Sara leaves the shop in the care of Allyn, her trusty assistant, and heads back to Sweet Bay, Alabama (three hours away). When the will is read, Sara finds out that she has been left The Hideaway, a bed and breakfast, along with funds to restore it. Her grandmother’s wish was for Sara to restore The Hideaway. Sara is reluctant to stay in Sweet Bay for that length of time, but she feels a pull to the home. As Sara starts going through the house, she finds a box in the attic. It contains mementos belonging to her grandmother, Margaret Van Buren (aka Mags). Mags had wanted to share her story with Sara, but she died before she could accomplish the task. Mags’ friends (the permanent guests of The Hideaway) along with the possessions in the box, Sara starts to piece together her grandmother’s past. Mags was not always the flamboyant free spirit that Sara knew and loved. Sara discovers that she is enjoying staying in Sweet Bay, but then Sammy Grosvenor threatens The Hideaway. Sammy has been trying to buy the land for years to develop it and Mags refused to sell. Now Sammy has found another way to accomplish his goal. Can Sara find a way to save this special house or will she return to her life in New Orleans? The Hideaway is a sweet novel that I enjoyed reading. I found it well-written, contained a good setting, and had a good pace. There are a variety of quirky characters that enhance the book and go along with the Southern charm and setting. The book is written with alternating chapters. We are in the present with Sara’s story and then in the past with Mags’. I give The Hideaway 4 out of 5 stars (I liked it). While The Hideaway is released by a Christian publisher, it is not a true Christian novel. There is no foul language or explicit sex scenes (thank heavens), but there is adultery. Religion is not a factor in this story. I appreciated the author’s descriptive writing that made the setting and characters come to life. Ms. Denton also did a good job with mingling the past and the present. There is the requisite romance in the story between Sara and the contractor (Crawford) she hired to restore The Hideaway. I did feel that the book was just a little too long and there were a couple of slow, meandering spots. The end was a bit rushed with some strange details (I was say but then it would be a spoiler). Otherwise, I enjoyed Lauren K. Denton’s debut novel The Hideaway. The Hideaway is a charming novel that readers can enjoy on a slow, summer afternoon with a glass of cold, sweet tea.

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