A GREAT SISTERCHICKS BOOK
Kathleen joins her husband for a three-month trip to New Zealand when he's hired by a film studio in Wellington. Leaving behind all that is familiar in her comfortable corner in Southern California, she realizes that the past twenty years have been so tightly woven into the life of her only daughter that she's not sure who she is on her own or with her husband. In her isolation, Kathleen begins to contemplate reinventing herself, but before her crazy schemes take flight, she meets Jill at the Chocolate Fish cafee. Even though the two women are very different at first glance, they find they share a common Sisterchick heart and instantly forge a friendship that takes them on a journey where both Kathleen and Jill find that God has returned to them the truest part of themselves that was set aside so many years ago.
This was another true Christian Chick Lit book. Shows how two people become great friends and each unknowly help the other to get pass some troubled past in each of their life. Funny,hilarious, what you come to expect from Robin Jones Gunn.
Sisterchicks books are wonderful and so is this one!
Two friends go down under traveling.
If you've read one Sisterchick book, you look forward eagerly to another. They are like a boxx of chocolates! As usual, a fun contemporary read, you can relate to while getting inspired.
The sisterchick in this story isn't found/met until the main character follows her husband across the world on a once-in-a-lifetime temporary job. It's a great reminder that we won't get the reward until we step out of our comfort zone and go after it.
I wish there were a dozen more sisterchick books to read. The second best idea was to grab my own sisterchick and go make our own stories!