[Free Audiobook] The Beach House by Jane Green [Contemporary Literary Novel]

The Beach House by English author Jane Green is her standalone contemporary/literary fiction novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Penguin Random House Audio.

This is a heartwarming journey of self-discovery staycation novel with a touch of dramatic suspense, starring an older woman who has decided to open up her beach front home for summer rentals, to supplement her retirement income, and finds herself having unexpected experiences and potentially upsetting encounters with past acquaintances, as a result.

Offered worldwide until 12 PM Eastern Time on June 30th, available as a DRM-free MP4 download directly from the publisher and in their app.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide until 12 PM Eastern Time on June 30th directly @ the publisher’s dedicated promo page (DRM-free MP4 format approx ~163 mb, in exchange for newsletter signup with your valid email address; right click to Save As the download, which may otherwise try loading directly in your browser)

You can also read more about the book on its regular catalogue page, or download via the PRH’s Volumes app for iDevices and Android (Canada & US-only)

Description
From the author of Jemima J and Falling comes the New York Times bestseller about finding your place in the place you call home.

Ever since her life took an unexpected turn, Nan Powell has enjoyed living alone on the sun-drenched shores of Nantucket. At sixty-five, she’s just as likely to be found at Windermere, her beach front home, as she is skinny dipping in her neighbor’s pool. But when the money she thought would last forever starts to dwindle, Nan decides to do something drastic to keep hold of her free-spirited life: open up Windermere to strangers.

After placing an ad for summer rentals touting water views, direct access to the beach, and a sexagenarian roommate, Nan’s once quiet house is soon full of noise, laughter, and the occasional bout of tears. Between her eclectic new tenants and the sudden return of her son, Nan gets a taste of what life is like when you have someone to care for besides yourself. But just as she starts to happily settle in to her new existence, the arrival of a visitor from her past threatens to turn everyone’s lives upside down…

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