These Books Aren't All New??

Books are expensive. I tend to pick and review books that are both new & old. Many of these books you will be able to find on the shelves on your library as opposed to the front of your bookstore.

I believe that there are many hidden gems from years gone by & I enjoy highlighting those as well as today's best sellers.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

The Spinster Sisters, Stacey Ballis


Publishers Copy:

With a radio show, speaking engagements, and two bestselling books, they've built a thriving cottage industry helping other single women find happiness and empowerment. Their futures have never been brighter. And that's when Jill turns out the lights - by announcing her engagement.

Jodi's in a tailspin. How can they be the Spinster Sisters if one of them if married? Complicating things is her own love life, involving three vastly different paramours offering three different kinds of happiness - none of which Jodi is sure she wants. And her ex-husband, backed by his nighmarish manipulative new girlfriend, may be angling for a piece of the Spinster Sisters empire.

Now Jodi must make some tough decisions, keep the buisness afloat, and get to the altar to stand by her sister - even if it means that from now on she'll be single all by herself.

My Review:

Stacey Ballis is a fiction author, with a bent towards chick-lit, but with more substance. The story of Jodi & Jill is one of the love and sacrifices we make for family, even when we don't necessarily want to.

I found the book a good read that kept me interested and guessing, even if a couple of the characters (the ex-husband & his girlfriend) are a little overblown.

Ballis is an author that I will follow & read any time I get the chance!

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