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Sisters & Husbands by Connie Briscoe
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Dec 21, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: tracy-s-book-club

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.

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Reading Progress

December 21, 2009 – Shelved
December 21, 2009 – Shelved as: tracy-s-book-club
December 21, 2009 –
page 62
December 23, 2009 –
page 102
Started Reading
December 30, 2009 – Finished Reading

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