Saturday, October 29, 2016

Book Review: Sisters of Spirit by Annette Blair, Christine Mazurk, Lynn Jenssen, Jeanine Duval Spikes

This anthology is about four women who each have a spiritual dimension that aligns with each other,
making them sisters and friends for life. They spend time together on an island off the coast of New England. Once day a trip to a secret beach yields finds that set each of the woman on different paths.
One woman, Marina, is losing touch with her husband until a crisis occurs in their lives. Bryce has lost a lot of weight, but lacks confidence in her new self until a sexy trainer decides to help her train for triathlons.  Clara is a researcher who has found an ancient Indian treasure and must decide if she can trust the archeologist she's working for. And quirky Anastasia must help a reclusive man find his way back to life once more without losing her heart.
I enjoyed each story very much. They are just the right length and a good combination of romance and women's literature. I'm very glad I heard about this book and will read moe by the four authors.

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