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Ten years have passed since Sisters and Lovers, and Beverly, now 39, is engaged to Julian, a man her family and friends agree is the epitome of a great catch: he's gorgeous, loyal, trustworthy, successful, and very much in love with her. Since this is Beverly's third engagement in the past five years, after breaking off the previous two at the last moment, everyone's happyTen years have passed since Sisters and Lovers, and Beverly, now 39, is engaged to Julian, a man her family and friends agree is the epitome of a great catch: he's gorgeous, loyal, trustworthy, successful, and very much in love with her. Since this is Beverly's third engagement in the past five years, after breaking off the previous two at the last moment, everyone's happy that she's finally settling down. For Beverly and Julian, nothing could be better than being in love and planning their wedding. That is until Beverly's oldest sister's marriage falls apart and dampens the mood of what should have been the happiest time in Beverly's life. Now, second-guessing her impending nuptials, Beverly is forced to wonder if marriage really works. Will she stick it out? Or will her fears cloud her judgment once again?...

Title : Sisters & Husbands
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ISBN : 9780446534895
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Number of Pages : 288 Pages
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Sisters & Husbands Reviews

  • Jackie
    2019-03-26 05:51

    This was a good read. Although I hadn't read "Sisters & Lovers," I was able to follow the story with no issues. The main characters were enjoyable, and sometimes delightfully irritating, i.e., Beverly. She was so self-righteous for someone who knew nothing about real love or good relationships. Charmaine loved getting married. In her quest to find "the one," she was at times too tolerant, but in the end, she learned to balance tolerance & patience.Evelyn needed a real life and finally got one. I wanted to stand up and cheer. Way to go girl!The peripheral characters (husbands, boyfriends, other family) were all so diverse and contributed well to the story.I may have to go back and read Ms. Briscoe's first book.

  • Tiffany Spencer
    2019-04-14 09:02

    Sisters and HusbandsPLOT: Ten years later from the first novel (Sisters and Lovers), Beverly has FINALLY found the love of her life, Julian. Now after three previous engagements, she's ready to walk down the aisle. Or is she? Even though she has the perfect man in her life how can she ignore all the signs going on around her that even the most stable marriage she holds to the highest standard is falling apart? Her oldest sister Evelyn and her husband have separated. Her other sister Charlene is on husband number 4 and they're having issues about how to parent his daughter. And then there's an issue of infidelity with her best friend Valerie. MY THOUGHTS:(Beverly): I'm glad this didn't end how I thought it was gonna end with its beginning. I liked Julian for Beverly. I liked that he was a geek and into animation and graphics. I thought that was HOT! And their personal chemistry was sexy as well as the sex scenes. I was groaning thinking ok. Yes. Your sisters are going through it and YES your gonna go through it. No relationship is perfect. No marriage is perfect. But you'd be a FOOL to let a good man like that get away. And I thought she was. And over what? Because he didn't tell her that her friend had feelings for him? That's something to be a little irritated about for a hot second. Not something to call off a marriage for. And other than not telling her that it seemed like she and Julian had really good communication as well as sex. What I'm learning is that sometimes they don’t see things like we do. What we may find very important to know they think is minor. And I thought their history was gonna be they dated and then he left her after he meets Beverly. Even that they might have slept together. Why couldn't Valerie just been up front and say she had feelings for Julian when Beverly asked her? She can't blame Beverly because SHE wasn't upfront about how she felt. You snooze you lose as the saying goes. All these excess reasons Beverly used though to get out of marrying Julian I felt were probably just cold feet. And I can't say I blame her. I can just imagine being in her shoes and about to become a first-time wife. Especially since we are about the same age. She had a happy ending and I'm glad for that.(Evelyn): I never saw her and Kevin as "the ideal marriage". Evelyn and Kevin even in Sisters and Lovers didn't have any spark to me or chemistry. Up until the last chapter where after she let's go a little and they go in the house (to make love). Kevin seemed more passionate about spending time with Chrissy than he did Evelyn. I was kind of at odds with his sudden (abrupt) change of character. Evelyn as a character hasn't changed that much. Every time we read about her emphasis is being placed on some expensive thing she owns. So we see that's what she values. I kind of understood where Kevin was coming from in getting sick of everything being about materialism but in the same breath, even he said that's who you are and I can't expect you to change. That's who you married -a material girl-. And possibly you turned her into that. I was trying to think in my head what she could have done to meet him halfway to save her marriage. Should she have given up the house in order for a smaller place or done some traveling with him? But then, in the end, I guess it wouldn't have made much of a difference. I did feel bad for the way he led her on (to believe he needed time to think) but did he really led her on or did she have hopes of fixing what she already knew was LONG gone? He already told her he wasn't attracted to her anymore. At this point, I think she just should have left and let go. But I do understand her desire to fight for her marriage despite the ugliness of what was staring her right in the face. Which is what makes it so heartbreaking. But I think Evelyn will be ok. She seems to be on the right track with her new love interest.(Charlene): As for Charlene. I don't have kids. But I think she did a great job. She stuck up for her son. She tried to come up with an alternative compromise with Kenny and Tiffany argued. She tried to see things from her husband's side and compromise. And then she set down rules with Tiffany and actually got through to her a little. I think her husband was a little immature to have a temper tantrum after a disagreement and leave to go stay with his mama (rolling my eyes). And also I'm a little surprised that after living with Kenny for over a year not realizing himself that he didn't hit his daughter and that she might have just exaggerated and that maybe they were just playing and she got hit by accident. I can see where Tiffany gets being a drama queen from. Tyrone's a bit of one himself. (Marriages) Then there was the talk about how people in this generation are quick to give up on marriages and walk away as in comparison to our parents' generation that stuck things out. And sadly that's true. Not only in marriages don't people stick it out nor do they in dating. It's a talk I've had with a girlfriend of mine many a time. And we agreed it has something to do with the ENDLESS amount of choices available through means like social media. Why stick around and stick it out when you can have a new thing just waiting around the corner with open arms (and legs).RATING: 7

  • Hannah
    2019-03-31 03:53

    It's nice to follow up on the three sisters from "Sisters and Lovers," and I found the sequel even more engaging than the original. Still, the relationships in this book are problematic, and I'm not sure whether the author knows so, or whether the end is intended as happily ever after. Kevin and Evelyn growing apart gives Evelyn the needed room for developing independence. This independence is a theme in a number of Briscoe's books, and it's one of the reasons I read her over and over again. But this particular deployment is unconvincing. Kevin's actions and transformation are so confusing that Evelyn's independence seems contrived. As for Charmaine, she and Tyrone never demonstrate an ability to talk about how to set boundaries with Tyrone's daughter, and the armistice between his daughter and Charmaine at the very end seems like a deus ex machina to make the relationship appear healthy. Beverly's story is definitely supposed to be the happiest of the three, and it very nearly is. But the secret her fiance kept seems more serious to me than it does to her and her sisters.Relationships are hard and complex, and that complexity is well shown by this novel. I just worry about the disparity between the tone and the message. I marked it four stars, because it's a book I'll read over and over again. The dialogue is delightful, the story is well written, the chronological structure is smart and effective, the characters have grown and changed since the first book, and the relationship between the three sisters is a thing of beauty. But none of their partners are Prince Charming, and I just hope that they, the author, and the other readers know that.Feminist rubric:Positives1. Womens' success outside of romance: The womens' work lives are highlighted less than in the previous book, but they are still definitely working women whose jobs do more than just provide a change of scene from interacting with their partner.2. Consensual sex: The sex is consensual, and the women are active instigators rather than passive recipients. No slut shaming, no sexual hang-ups, and no forcing themselves to do things to please their men. These women are genuinely confident and comfortable with their sexuality. Love it.3. Positive relationships with other women: The sisters' relationship is the biggest strength of this book. There is much more understanding, kindness, and support than in "Sisters and Lovers." I loved Valerie and Beverly's relationship in "Sisters and Lovers," so I'm sad that had to be sacrificed on the altar of romantic drama, but the sisters' strengthened relationship makes up for it.4. Passes Bechdel test.5. Characters are racially and/or culturally diverse without being stereotypes and without that being their main characteristic.Neutral1. Self love not explicitly discussed.2. No discussion of systems of oppression or toxic ideals (e.g. kyriarchy, beauty myth).Negatives1. Virulent misogyny: Briscoe does give Valerie a chance to explain her side of the story and gain some of the reader's compassion, but her explanation is weak and used to characterize her as a fundamentally untrustworthy friend rather than a person who made a mistake. Even in cases where the characters are so black and white and the hatred is justified, I don't need misogyny in my romances. I get it, like, everywhere else.2. Non-consensual relationshipping: There are few examples of couples working together to make changes in their relationships, and the main dynamic for Charmaine and Evelyn's relationships is that of a constant power struggle.3. Appearance generally tied to male approval or disapproval.

  • Katrina Burchett
    2019-03-27 10:59

    Beverly is engaged to be married to Julian. Will she go through with the ceremony or run away like she did twice before? After three divorces, Charmaine is married again and this time she’s determined to make it work. But there are problems that come along with blended families. Will she and her husband, Tyrone, ever be able to see eye to eye when it comes to the stepchildren? Evelyn has been with her husband, Kevin, nearly twenty-five years and even though the relationship hasn’t been at its best for some time, she’d like to remain married. Will the marriage stay together or will they end up in divorce court?Witnessing Charmaine and Evelyn’s marital problems made Beverly think more seriously about the choice she was about to make and the thought of marriage began to frighten her. Beverly was focusing too much on other people’s relationships. She wasn’t those women and Julian wasn’t those men. It was clear to see that Beverly was afraid of commitment. It seemed she expected marriage to be without problems, but there are no perfect marriages because there are no perfect people. Her relationship with Julian seemed like it was more about lust than love, though, but I could be wrong. These two unmarried people claimed they were Christians, but all I’ll say about that is, “I’m not gonna judge ‘em.” What Evelyn went through with Kevin was bothersome. Her husband was taking her for granted and he was being immature and selfish; a big baby. I’m glad Evelyn found someone to confide in.Charmaine’s situation was most interesting. I’m sure that was because of the way she spoke up for herself and for her son, but mostly because teens, Kenny and Tiffany, were part of the story. I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough, wanting to find out what was going to happen next with this blended family. At one point, I actually spoke to the book the way I talk to the television when I’m into a good show or movie. I was like, ‘Tyrone better not put his hands on Kenny!’ Charmaine would have never allowed that and I would have been highly upset.I still remember that I bought Sisters & Lovers as soon as the hardcover was released back in the 90’s, and I still remember that I loved it. My reading tastes have changed since then and now, when it comes to women’s fiction, I read mostly Christian fiction. But since I did read Sisters & Lovers and enjoyed it back then, I decided to buy the sequel. Just because a story doesn’t fall under the Christian fiction genre, that doesn’t mean it will have the most obscene words or even any profanity at all. This one does, though – not a little, but not way too much, meaning I could read quite a few pages without coming to the words I can’t stand to hear or read and needed to overlook. There is also quite a bit of sex talk and sex scenes throughout that, most times, seemed to be more about satisfying the flesh than an expression of love.My particular reading taste aside, Sisters & Husbands was an entertaining story. I liked the sisters close relationship. They can be honest with each other no matter how much one might hurt the other and they will keep speaking after all is said and done. Nobody holds anything against anybody. My favorite sister is Charmaine. She can have a nasty mouth at times - something she might want to work on, especially since she doesn’t want to hear bad language coming out of her son’s mouth - but she’s bold, confident and funny. Also, the discussions about marriage and divorce were interesting and informative.

  • Ari
    2019-04-21 04:54

    IQ "'So she moved the line between what's acceptable and what isn't,' Evelyn said.'Or erased it altogether,' Beverly added." (87)The non-English major in me is resurfacing (and the one who barely attention to Language Arts classes in middle school) because I think there's a term to describe what I'm about to say but I have no idea what it is. This book reads as though the author wrote chapters at random and then forgot to delete the repetitive parts when she put it all together. And since I read two Briscoe books back to back it was a pattern I was able to pick up on. Additionally, when she wasn't repeating story background information, she was having her characters constantly repeat said information. The statistic about Black couples divorcing more often than white couples was repeated throughout the book at least three times. The author also wastes a lot of time describing their outfits (she doesn't use brand names either and the clothes did not support any of the conversations/story lines so what was the point), people "sharing happy glances" and constantly offering profound thoughts unprompted on marriage and divorce.In my review of the first book I mentioned my fear that the trifling male characters would re-emerge in this book. Thankfully they do not and Charmaine is now my favorite character since she has come into her own post Clarence. I appreciated the author using the sisters to tell Beverly how ridiculous she was about her marriage fears and trying to tell her not to compare her upcoming nuptials to the marriages of her sisters. Evelyn and Kevin made sense to me, he was starting to change in the last book so I found his character's trajectory non too jarring. And unlike Barbara & Bradford, I was thrilled from beginning to end with Evelyn. I think the moral of the Briscoe story for me is that I dislike her writing style and that she doesn't always do a good job juggling multiple characters but her books are always entertaining and provide a picture of a brief moment in time of a group of people ignored by mainstream media (i.e. ordinary Black women in the 90s). Plus all her characters own their sexuality which I love.

  • Elizabeth(Thoughts From an Evil Overlord)
    2019-04-17 10:11

    Sisters & Husbands is the long-awaited sequel to Connie Briscoe's first novel, Sister's & Lovers, which was published more than 10 years ago. This story about Evelyn, Charmaine, and Beverly three very close sisters, focuses on the month leading up to Beverly's wedding.In her late 30s, this is Beverly's third engagement, so everyone is watching for signs of cold feet. But Beverly is not concerned. Julian is the most wonderful man she has ever been with, considerate, caring, sexy and with a great career that he loves. However, she starts to question the entire institution of marriage and lifetime monogamy when cracks begin to show in both of sisters' marriages, especially the more than 20 year union of Evelyn and her seemingly fabulous husband Kevin. The story is filled with situations of life in the twenty-first century, balancing career and family, blending families with children from previous relationships, sharing custody, being an empty-nester, possible physical abuse, excessive materialism, and good old fashioned family gatherings with traditional food and games. It was interesting to see how three women, raised in the same home with the same basic values would handle situations differently and have such different reactions and points of view. No matter what happens however, they support each other and will fight for each other, each in her own way, aggressively by Charmaine, Evelyn the family counselor seeing both points of view, and Beverly, having never been married, looking at many things through rose-colored glasses, although standing by her sisters and doing what she can in a much calmer tone than Charmaine. Of course I'm not going to say what happens with each of the sisters' marriages, but I will tell you that it's interesting to see the choices each makes and why.Sisters & Husbands is a really great read, and I wish I had read Sisters & Lovers first to see the changes 10 years have made in the sisters and their points of view.

  • Shelley Shockley
    2019-03-24 04:56

    "Sisters and Husbands" chronicles a month in the life of the Jordan sisters - Evelyn, Charmaine, and Beverly. A month that just happens to be the four weeks preceding Beverly's wedding. The eldest Jordan sisters are married, Evelyn for more than 20 years and Charmaine is a newlywed - but not new to marriage, this is her fourth husband.The story could be a very good one I believe, but all I came away with was total irritation, particularly with our main character Beverly. Although there is an ensemble cast of sorts, the main character would be Beverly - this is her story. She is insecure and while this is her first marriage, Beverly is no stranger to being engaged - this is her third engagement.Briscoe does a good job of interweaving the three stories, and I won't go into detail so as not to spoil it for anyone, but the stitches she uses are more like a whip stitch, when a surged stitch would add more depth.Each of the sisters is struggling with relationship issues, some more than others and for varying reasons. The problem for gun shy Beverly is that she begins to live vicariously through her sisters which leads to more drama in her own relationship. The problems they each face are common to many couples, but I believe the novel would have served the reader better if more depth had been built into the characters.This would have produced a longer book, but I think a more fulfilling read.At 273 pages, "Sisters and Husbands" was a quick read and would definitely be classified as "Chick Lit". If you're looking for a story to distract you from the mundane day-to-day, this would be a good fit, but if you're looking for an in-depth look at the relationships between sisters and husbands, you'll be left unsatisfied.

  • Tracy Darity
    2019-04-07 04:47

    Sisters & Husbands by Connie Briscoe is the sequel to Sisters & Lovers, which I read a very long time ago. Some things came back to me but unlike Midnight and The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah, I did not feel the need to go pull down the first book. Sisters & Husbands was strong enough to stand on it's own without the prior history.The book picks up with younger sister Beverly preparing for her marriage. Beverly, who has a history of getting cold feet, has already called off two weddings, and just when she thinks the third time will be the charm, all hell breaks loose causing her to wonder how realistic is it to have a successful marriage.Although nothing in life is guaranteed, Ms. Briscoe does cause us to pause and look at marriage from a different perspective. It takes hard work and total committment from both parties, even then there are no guarantees.Sisters & Husbands didn't have any "wow" moments for me but it was a very entertaining read that I thoroughly enjoyed.

  • K.L. Brady
    2019-04-21 12:07

    Evelyn, Beverly, and Charmaine from sisters from Sisters and Lovers are back with some new drama. The story centers around Beverly, the consumate runaway bride, who never seems to make it the altar. She's finally engaged to and about to marry what appears the man of her dreams (the man of all women's dreams), but will dysfunction and apparent collapse of her sisters' marriages scare her back into her running shoes? Or will she finally find the strength and confidence to live her happily ever after? Connie Briscoe's Sisters and Husbands was a very good read. It was really a testament to women's often (faulty) perceptions of marriage and our fairytale ideals that often skew our views of what marriage is really supposed to be. The author brings home the message that magic doesn't keep marriages together, it takes a lot of hard work and determination by both parties. And if both parties aren't in it to win it, perhaps letting go isn't such a bad thing. I'd definitely recommend this for fans of relationship-oriented women's lit.

  • Lucy Bilik
    2019-04-08 05:47

    Beautiful love story of Beverly who in late 30th finds a perfect man for herself in successful gorgeous geek Julian. She herself is known as run-away "bride/fiancee" and her family is watching her close before the wedding even though she is deeply in love and knows she'd found a treasure in Julian, however she is scared out of her wits of marriage seeing that her oldest sisters marriages has been an example for all is now in shambles. This book is all about THE DRAMA, makes for an interesting read, just do not read right before your own wedding! It's good book with LOTS of drama, for those who live for drama.

  • Jen
    2019-04-10 07:53

    3 sisters (Charm, Evelyn & Beverly) who are very close, are all having man problems. Evelyn has been married for 20 years but something is not right with ther husband Kevin. Will their marriage last? There are a lot of shocking things that come out about Kevin.Beverly has been engaged 2 other times.... and both times she backed out. Will her engagement to Julian be different?Charm has been married 3 times and she thinks her marriage to Tyrone is different. However, she is having a lot of problems with his daughter... will their marriage last?Pretty good storyline... and a quick read.

  • Teaguem2005
    2019-03-25 05:04

    Story was ok. Flowed steadily but had me annoyed in context. Story of 3 sisters, one of whom is a runaway bride almost married twice before, about to marry; 1 has been married 4 times; the eldest married for almost 25 years. Charmaine was my favorite sister and the one I respected the most for not allowing someone else decide her destiny. Evelyn annoyed me for her initial stance with Kenny. Far too often women let the husband decide the fate of the relationship and that's exactly what she was doing...leaving it up to him to decide how their story would end. Beverly was just confused and using everyone elses marriage as the barometer to measure her own .

  • Shawn E.
    2019-04-02 05:50

    I love Sisters & Husbands. I read it without knowing about it's prequel, Sisters & Lovers. However, Connie Briscoe did a wonderful job showcasing the ups and downs of marriage. I read along and discussed this book with my husband because I was so engulfed in the story. Most times in marriage love is not enough. It takes a will from both parties to make the marriage work. I found a piece of myself in each sister, but mostly Evelyn. I can't say I wouldn't have done the same thing. It is a lot pressure to be the one people look up to, but with her sisters, Evelyn finds she is stronger than she thinks. This book is a great no matter what stage of marriage you're in.

  • Su
    2019-04-18 04:44

    An okay story of three sisters and their marital woes. To hear their stories is to think the whole world is on the brink of divorce. The older sister has been married for over 20 years before she realizes her situation is far from ideal. The middle sister is on her 4th husband. Enough said. The youngest sister has ditched two former men at the altar and is contemplating doing the same thing for a third time. The sisters obviously cared deeply about one another and that was probably the redeeming quality of the book.

  • Jennifer Alexander Reynolds
    2019-04-17 09:49

    This was an "okay" book. The story seemed to drag on about a commitment-phobic woman and her quest to find the right man. Just when she thought she had found him her sisters start to have problems in their marriages (one married for 25 years, the other on her 4th marriage) so of course she starts to question her fiance. I read this book rather quickly. I thought it was going to be as good as Sisters and Lovers but it wasn't. I like Connie Briscoe but this book is not one of my favorites. I liked a few of her other books better.

  • Brittany
    2019-03-26 05:52

    Good book I really enjoyed it, although I was sick of the sisters because I thought they hadn't changed any. By the end of the book, you could see the growth ad change in each one of them. Even the relationship between Charmaine and Evelyn was better. Sisters & Husbands can be read as a standalone book, but to understand each of the sisters growth with their relationships with other men and themselves the first book she be read. Would recommend to others.

  • ohradiogirl
    2019-03-23 11:59

    Not my fav book. There was some annoying repetition in the writing style in the book. Some of the characters were a bit thin in depth. Actually, most of them. The main character's reason for not wanting to get married to a really good guy were non-existent. The main characters relationship w/her best friend was built on distrust. Finally, the older sister sleeping w/her former college classmate was unnecessary; seemed vengeful and unlike the character up until that point.

  • Nic
    2019-04-13 08:51

    This story was just okay to me. The plot seemed a tad bit thin. Three sisters, one afraid of committment, one dealing with a failing marriage and one having stepparenting issues. It is just okay for a quick beach read, but it's not something that you are running to tell your girlfriends about the next day. I enjoy reading books where the characters jump off the pages and I didn't get that in this book. It's only been a couple of months and I've already forgotten the characters names.

  • Cheryl
    2019-04-04 03:57

    I didn't like this book as much as the first one. I know the point of the sequel is to follow up with the characters from the first novel and I was excited when I started it because the first chapter was great, but I was disappointed as the story continued. It just seemed to drag out and the "issues" seemed to be too easily solved.

  • Brittney Green
    2019-04-10 07:43

    Maybe I am wrong for adding my review because I didn't finish it, but this was not exciting. I loved the first book chronicling the lives of the three sisters, but what was the point of this book? I am really shocked at Connie's follow up. I was tired of the bickering between the ladies, tired of Beverly having commitment issues like a man...WHEW! not what I expected whatsoever!

  • Coleen Bucknall-Brown
    2019-04-08 04:08

    This book was no 'wow-great read' but it could be something to pass the time. A decent story line about 3 sisters and their relationships with their partners....some of us may be able to relate others may not. At the end of it all it does leave you with some food for thought.

  • Denise
    2019-04-15 07:11

    I cannot remember the first book but I know I read it. This was a light, interesting summer read. I liked the storylines and characters. Charmaine with her step daughter conflicts was true to life. I would read this author again.

  • Quetina Jones
    2019-03-25 06:05

    So far the plot it typical. The writing is good and the characters are just interesting enough to keep you engaged. it's definitely not a page turner. Just finished reading it. it got better as time went on. I would like a follow-up book that explores more of the ladies growing as women.

  • toya
    2019-04-08 07:54

    Shows different levels and perspectives on Marriage. There's a hint of "sibling rivalry", but nothing to really make or break the book. The sisters were all way too involved in each other's marital affairs. I'm not sure if that's the 'norm' or not, but it would certainly annoy the hell out of ME.

  • Greta Harkness
    2019-04-15 12:07

    A good read but somewhat redundantThe book started off pretty good, then got stuck in long monologues and sounded preachy. If you can hang in there, the story improves and ends up being a pretty good read.

  • Rachel Jaffe
    2019-03-26 11:00

    I have a fondness for Connie Briscoe, since she's a local girl. This book was fine, but not amazing. I liked hearing about the characters, but just feel like there could have been more "there" there.

  • Malika
    2019-03-28 10:11

    Apparently this book got a few poor reviews. It was okay. Predictable, a little melodramatic, and wraps neatly. Reads like a BET Movie storyline, but if you are traveling, it is a quick and uncomplicated read.

  • Mel Beason
    2019-04-18 05:07

    Wonderful sequel and development. Surprising in terms of kevin and evelyn but true lifes lessons in 294 pagesWonderful sequel and development. Surprising in terms of kevin and evelyn but true lifes lessons in 294 pages. Well done

  • JOI E BOYD
    2019-04-01 09:08

    Sisters and husbands reviewI really liked this book. It shows all marriages take work. What you put in is what you get out. I would recommend this book to others. Way to go Connie Briscoe

  • Kesha
    2019-03-24 06:57

    Love the tumultuous love stories and the growth each character underwent. This fictional novel is therapeutic.