Sunday, June 5, 2011


Ready to travel to St. Simons Island? Three sisters, Ginger, Rosemary, and Pennyroyal are about to embark on a journey of healing. Their grandmother passes away and leaves behind her home for the three sisters who visited there every summer. Sounds pleasant, right? Not at all. Instead of insincerity, I found more insecurity. We so often want the life of another. The grass is always greener somewhere else. We can even look at our siblings with envy and strife.

These sisters have one weekend to clean out their grandmother's home, take what they would like, and give the rest to charity. They all walk away with money, but they have earned so much more. Something more valuable that anything of material gain. As they have trouble brewing in their marriages, they more so have trouble figuring out just who they are. The tragedy is that theses sisters don't even really know one another. They have been so caught up in themselves that they forgot what's really important.

Angela Hunt knows how to bring life to a story. Within each chapter you get a different sisters perspective on things. You see them travel to St. Simons Island thinking they are there to take care of their grandmother's things, but God has them there for different reasons. In this one weekend, they clean out more than the house. They open up like never before and begin to share. They take a look back so that they learn how to move forward.

What did I like? Well, I like how they all thought they knew what love is. They all three had their own perspective. As we all have our own love language, these sisters finally realize how to love each other and more importantly how to love themselves. It is a journey we should all take. Think your the only one with troubles brewing? We all have them and Angela Hunt brings to light the real issues that touch women and the trials that families face today. We can learn to dig out all that stuff not needed so we can find room for what is most important. Love.

This book was a gift from Glass Road Publications for it's review.

With nearly four million copies of her books sold worldwide, Angela Hunt is the bestselling author of more than one hundred books, including The Tale of Three Trees, Don't Bet Against Me, The Note, and The Nativity Story. Hunt is one of the most sought-after collaborators in the publishing industry. Her nonfiction book Don't Bet Against Me, written with Deanna Favre, spent several weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. Angela's novel The Note (with sales of over 141,000) was filmed as the Hallmark Channel's Christmas movie for 2007 and proved to be the highest rated television movie in the channel's history. She often travels to teach writing workshops at schools and writers' conferences, and she served as the keynote speaker at the 2008 American Christian Fiction Writers' national conference. She and her husband make their home in Florida with mastiffs. In 2001, one of her dogs was featured on Live with Regis and Kelly as the second-largest dog in America.


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