Praise for The Last Bathing Beauty

“Readers will laugh and cry alongside the indefatigable Boop in an unforgettable story of life’s unexpected twists and the truths.” —Pam Jenoff, New York Times bestselling author of The Lost Girls of Paris

“An unforgettable tribute—full of twists and turns—to first love, enduring friendship, family bonds and marital devotion. Fans of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Dirty Dancing will adore the evocative mood and charming details, lipstick included. I thoroughly enjoyed it.” —Sally Koslow, internationally bestselling author of Another Side of Paradise

 “Amy Sue Nathan is a true storyteller and The Last Bathing Beauty is her best book. It’s an epic tale of family, secrets, loss, marriage, betrayal, friendships, laughter, and regrets.”—Cathy Lamb, author of Julia’s Chocolates

 “A gorgeous, beautifully crafted story told across three generations of smart, determined, compassionate women, about the sacrifices and triumphs that come from being a daughter, wife, mother, and friend.” —Juliet McDaniel, author of Mr. and Mrs. American Pie

“A thoroughly enjoyable, past-and-present tale of a life-changing summer and its echoes decades later. This story has it all – great characters, sensory-rich settings, and the sweet salute to believing in second chances. The finale will have you cheering.”–Susan Meissner, Best-selling author of THE LAST YEAR OF THE WAR

“For those who believe in happily ever after, THE LAST BATHING BEAUTY is a real winner.   A heartfelt tale about romance, heartbreaks, friendship and the wisdom that comes from living a life with no regrets, told with tenderness and humor, readers will love this journey back in time.” —Renee Rosen, national bestselling author of Park Avenue Summer

“Told with empathy and lyrical prose, THE LAST BATHING BEAUTY is a winning tale of friendship, regret, and second chances with a ring of endearing and spirited women at its heart.” —Heather Webb, USA Today bestselling author of Meet Me in Monaco

“A pitch-perfect summer read…Full of characters that shine and told with compassion and humor, this is women’s fiction at its best.” —Sonja Yoerg, Washington Post bestselling author of True Places