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Sisterwives. Rachel Connor

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Paperback, 269 pages
Published October 19th 2011 by Crocus Books
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Laura Wilkinson
Oct 15, 2011 Laura Wilkinson rated it really liked it
Set in an unspecified future Sisterwives is the story of two women, their personal histories, the husband they share and the isolated, religious community they inhabit. From the opening chapter where first wife, Rebecca, prepares second wife-to-be, Amarantha for her ‘Sealing’ to Tobias this is an intimate, sensuous and ultimately seductive read.
At first glance the isolated world of Marah that Connor creates is reminiscent of Amish or Quaker communities, and is attractive in its purity and simpli
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Aug 29, 2011 Jenny O. rated it really liked it
"None of us has a choice, we do what's asked of us."

Ammie and Rebecca live in a idyllic, small religious community. Today, they will pledge to share more than friendship. Today, Ammie is to be sealed to Tobias, Rebecca's husband. Together, these women will try to balance life, love, children, and faith.

As the ceremony ensues, a young radiant bride is joined with her new bridegroom. But will Rebecca be able to set aside her uncertainty, her frustration, her jealousy with Ammie in the picture now?
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Rachel Connor is a neighbour so I am delighted to say that I really enjoyed reading her first novel. Good characterisation in the setting of a religous community that includes polygamy...
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