The Sea Glass Sisters by Lisa Wingate; (4 1/2*) I loved this little prelude to Wingate's 'sister' series. It is most definitely women's fiction and even through the energetic hurricane (after all, it is the Carolina's) I found the mother, aunt, sister, daughter relationships warm and memorable. There was also enough angst to keep it interesting. I am sticking in for the next one.
About This Item
From the #1 New York Times author of Before We Were Yours!
Elizabeth Gallagher has been balancing on the ragged edge for a while now. Then a rough case on the boards of her 911 operator’s job collides with a family conflict at home, and Elizabeth finds herself finally coming apart at the seams. A four-state road trip—trapped in a car with her mother—is the last thing she needs. Their destination may be beautiful Hatteras Island, but the reason for going is anything by pleasant. After one disastrous hurricane, and with a second one working its way up the coast, it’s time to convince Aunt Sandy to abandon her little seaside store on North Carolina’s Outer Banks and return to the family fold in Michigan. But when the storm sweeps through, the three women will discover that sisterhood and the sea can change hearts, lives, and futures . . . often in the most unpredictable of ways.
|Read This On|
|Is Downloadable Content Available|
|Digital Reader Format|
A Carolina Heirlooms Novel
The Sea Glass Sisters
Customer reviews & ratings
The Sea Glass Sisters ...
Get specific details about this product from customers who own it.
Ask a question