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Elin Hilderbrand

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Elin Hilderbrand lives on Nantucket with her husband and their three young children. She grew up in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, and traveled extensively before settling on Nantucket, which has been the setting for her five previous novels. Hilderbrand is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the graduate fiction workshop at the University of Iowa.  

Genres: Romance, General Fiction, Historical
   1. Winter Street (2012)
   2. Winter Stroll (2015)
     aka Christmas on Nantucket
   3. Winter Storms (2016)
   4. Winter Solstice (2017)
Romantic Novel of the Year Award Best Novel nominee (2008) : Barefoot

Elin Hilderbrand recommends
Playing House (2003)
Patricia Pearson
"Charming, delightful, laugh out loud funny and deeply moving."
Summer House (2009)
Nancy Thayer
"Nancy Thayer has a deep and masterly understanding of love and friendship, of where the two complement and where they collide."
Remedies (2009)
Kate Ledger
"Remedies is an immediately gripping, expertly woven tale of pain and healing. Ledger is a brilliant writer, the book is dazzling, but more important, it is moving."
Husband and Wife (2010)
Leah Stewart
"Brilliantly written... A deeply human book: funny, tender, smart, self-aware."
Seven Year Switch (2010)
Claire Cook
"Reading Claire Cook might be the most fun you have all summer."
Juno's Daughters (2011)
Lise Saffran
"Part Shakespearean romance, part Led Zeppelin anthem - a finely woven novel about the islands of yearning that exist in us all."
The Glass Kitchen (2014)
Linda Francis Lee
"A sumptuous feast of family secrets, love affairs and craving of the human heart...an irrestible read."
This Was Not the Plan (2016)
Cristina Alger
"I love the writing of Cristina Alger....Complex and beautifully drawn."
Standard Deviation (2016)
Katherine Heiny
"Irresistibly charming … A delightful, refreshing novel that illuminates the world of complicated relationships."
The Wedding Sisters (2016)
Jamie Brenner
"The Wedding Sisters is a riotously fun read, so juicy you won't want to spill a single drop."
The Arrangement (2017)
Sarah Dunn
"The Arrangement will both shock and delight you."
Slightly South of Simple (2017)
(Peachtree Bluff, book 1)
Kristy Woodson Harvey
"A major new voice in Southern fiction."
It Happens in the Hamptons (2017)
Holly Peterson
"Hugely entertaining! Put Holly Peterson's IT HAPPENS IN THE HAMPTONS on your list of guilty pleasures this summer."
A French Wedding (2017)
Hannah Tunnicliffe
"A French Wedding is a sumptuous novel that will, literally take you away. It has the scenery, the food, the friends, the scandals. It's a delightful escape to the French seaside that I, for one, never wanted to leave."
The Summer House (2017)
Hannah McKinnon
"I adored this book."
The Captain's Daughter (2017)
Meg Mitchell Moore
"Meg Mitchell Moore does it again! The Captain's Daughter is a heartfelt tale of family and love. Absolutely superlative work from one of my own favorite writers."
The Shortest Way Home (2018)
Miriam Parker
"Delightful...Effervescent,heady and intoxicating."
The Summer Wives (2018)
Beatriz Williams
"The Summer Wives is an exquisitely rendered novel that tackles two of my favorite topics: love and money. The glorious setting and drama are enriched by Williams’s signature vintage touch. It’s at the top of my picks for the beach this summer."
A Well Behaved Woman (2018)
Therese Anne Fowler
"Oh how I loved every instant I spent in the world Fowler has recreated here. The story of Alva Vanderbilt is elegantly and emphatically told. Prepare to be enthralled!"
Daisy Jones & The Six (2019)
Taylor Jenkins Reid
"An explosive, dynamite, down-and-dirty look at a fictional rock band told in an interview style that gives it irresistible surface energy . . . although the real power of this delicious novel is at its tender beating heart. It's an anthem and a ballad and a marvel."

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