Elin Hilderbrand Food cover Schools Love Rights UPS Booking Elin Hilderbrand

Elin Hilderbrand, the Queen of the Beach Read, Is Retiring

Reading now: 847

By You never forget your first Elin Hilderbrand novel. For me it was Nantucket Nights, its glossy lavender cover calling out to me during a .

I devoured the descriptions of skinny-dipping moms and forbidden love as I became enraptured with Hilderbrand’s sun-drenched world, often trading soft-cover copies with friends and discussing boss-employee affairs and potential murder suspects in a conspiratorial tone usually reserved for gossiping about people we actually knew.To read Elin Hilderbrand is to join a delicious subculture.

One that whisks you away to a lightly fictionalized Nantucket, where friends, frenemies, and billionaires populate the seasonal island.

The characters are as flawed as they are fabulous, passing time between micro-dramas and major life changes, tanning on Jetties beach, drinking a few too many martinis at well-known establishments like The Club Car, booking the captain’s table at The Nautilus, and generally experiencing the island like real-life tourists and locals, which Hilderbrand herself has been since 1993.—as her ardent fanbase calls themselves—are almost a Swiftian-level army for the feminist beach-read set and often flock to the island to interact with the author.

Read more on glamour.com
The website starsalert.com is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News