‘Same Beach, Next Year’ Is Unrepentently Hilarious and Heartfelt [REVIEW]


There are few things that say summer like visits with old friends, sunbathing on a gorgeous stretch of beach, and the arrival of a new novel by the Queen of Southern Sass, Dorothea Benton Frank. Get ready to lose yourself in her hilarious new book, Same Beach, Next Year. You’ll love it!

Jathan & Heather

Two empty deck chairs on the beach One magical summer, two families begin a friendship that will last more than 20 years. (Photo by Richard Walker, Flickr)

Whenever I pick up one of Dottie Frank’s books, I know I’m in for a treat. Filled with humor, sass and plenty of snark, it is almost as if my favorite characters from Steel Magnolias regularly get together to write stories they would love to read, populated with characters they would easily get along with. And that’s exactly the type of story Same Beach, Next Year delivers, one that exudes Southern charm, invites you in to sit a spell, drink sweet tea and catch up with folks you can’t help but adore. 

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