Title: SISTER’S INK.
Author: Rebeca Seitz
Publisher: B&H Fiction
Genre: Inspirational/ contemporary women’s fiction
Tandy Sinclair isn’t sure where her job as an attorney is going. When she refused to represent one of her clients because he admitted guilt in the crime he’d committed, she angered her boss, and Tandy knew she was fired. It surprised her when, instead, she was let go on a two-month leave of absence.
With nothing to do for two months, Tandy doesn’t hesitate to sublease her apartment and heads to Tennessee, where her father and three sisters live. She’s looking forward to spending time scrapbooking and sharing time with her favorite people.
But her hometown isn’t as sleepy as she remembers. Daddy’s seeing someone, the sisters are busy, and an old flame is back in town. Can a girl go home again?
SISTER’S INK is another winner by new author Rebeca Seitz. Tandy is realistic, loveable, and searching. I was a bit confused by some of the things that occurred in the story at first, but by chapter four I was beginning to put the pieces together.
I couldn’t wait to see how this story played out, and I read the whole book in a few hours. A yummy sounding recipe is included at the end of the book. Don’t miss SISTER’S INK. It combines chocolate, close friends, and scrapbooking in a surefire win of a combination.
$14.99. 337 pages.