A review by Spencer
|by Lisa Wingate|
“I am thankful for this life in which ashes become second chances.” ~The Tidewater Sisters
The Tidewater Sisters, by Lisa Wingate, is the postlude to The Prayer Box.
This story centers on Tandi Jo, a captivating character, first introduced in The Sea Glass Sisters (the prelude) and then in The Prayer Box. After being served papers for fraud, Tandi returns to the North Carolina Tidewater, a place that holds many painful childhood memories, to get the legal mess settled before her upcoming wedding.
I was delighted to be re-introduced to Gina, Tandi Jo’s less than charming sister. Like a hurricane slamming the Outer Banks, she stormed her way in and out of The Prayer Box, leaving me yearning to know more about her. I also learned more about Tandi Jo. She is more confident in this tale, facing her fears and standing on steadier feet. I feared and cheered for her.
The sisterly bond is already paper-thin. Will the turbulence of the past tear them apart for good?
Though this is a short novella, it’s chock full of interesting tidbits and shocking revelations. It can be read as a stand-alone, but I recommend reading the first two tales in the series for a more full-bodied flavor.
The Story Keeper, book 2 in the series, will be released in September. I can't wait! I’ve yet to experience a book by Ms. Wingate that I didn’t absolutely love.
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Page Count: 127
Purchase Link: Amazon
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