Tiny Little Thing (The Schuler Sisters Novels) (Paperback)
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The New York Times bestselling author of The Summer Wives returns with the story of another Schuyler sister, a young woman embroiled in politics, passion, and dangerous secrets....
In the summer of 1966, Christina “Tiny” Hardcastle stands on the brink of a breathtaking future. Unlike her spirited sisters, Tiny was the consummate well-behaved debutant, poised and picture-perfect, raised to serve as a consort to a great man. Now, as her handsome husband, Frank, runs for a Massachusetts seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, that long-sought destiny lies nearly within reach.
But behind her glamorous facade, Tiny’s flawless life is cracking. She and Frank both have secrets in their pasts that could shatter their political ambitions and the intricate truce of their marriage. So when two unwelcome visitors arrive at the Hardcastle family’s Cape Cod estate—Frank’s cousin Caspian, a Vietnam war hero who knows a thing or two about Tiny’s hidden past, and an envelope containing incriminating photographs—Tiny is forced into a reckless gamble against a house that always, always wins…
About the Author
Beatriz Williams lives with her husband and children in Connecticut. She is the New York Times bestselling author of Along the Infinite Sea, Tiny Little Thing, The Secret Life of Violet Grant, A Hundred Summers, and Overseas. She also writes under the pseudonym Juliana Gray.
Praise for Tiny Little Thing
“Get to know Christina ‘Tiny’ and Frank Hardcastle in this winner of a novel. The Kennedy-esque couple have a bright political future...but both have dangerous secrets.”—US Weekly
“Elegantly written...the book is strewn with unexpected heroes and villains and makes an exclusive, Kennedy-esque world accessible...A fascinating look at wealth, love, ambition, secrets, and what family members will and won't do to protect each other.”—Kirkus Reviews
More Praise for Beatriz Williams and her novels
“Fabulous...A perfect summer read.”—Examiner.com
“Smart and engrossing.”—New York Times bestselling author Elin Hilderbrand
“Sparkles like the New England summer sun.”—New York Times bestselling author Karen White
“Hard to stop reading.”—The Missourian