Between Sisters – Kristin Hannah

I am sad that I didn’t love this book. I read two of Kristen Hannah’s books and they were fantastic. I was disappointed with this one from the start. Aside from being totally predictable, it was equally unbelievable.

Meghann is a high-priced divorce attorney in Seattle Washington. Her estranged younger sister, Claire, manages a “resort” with her father, Sam, in the small town of Hayden, Washington.

Claire has never been married and has a five-year old daughter, Alison or Ali-Cat as her mother likes to call her. She meets an aspiring country-western singer who she falls promptly in love with. He in turn falls for her. They get married just a few weeks after meeting. [picture me rolling my eyes].

Meghann, or Meg as her friends call her, is rather loose in the morals department. Never mind that she is a well known and respected attorney who you would think would be cognizant of her reputation. Meg goes to Hayden in an attempt to reconcile with her sister. While there, her old habits get the best of her. She happens into a tavern and picks up an attractive but shabby guy by the name of Joe. They go to Joe’s cabin. After a couple more amorous nights together, they also fall deeply in love. [now I know I’ve burned at least 5, maybe 10 rolling my eyes]

Of course, as you may predict, [and you will], the rest of the story. There are many other characters in this book. I’m not going to go on with any more details.

I can hardly believe this same author wrote ‘The Nightingale’ and ‘The Great Alone’.

I won’t let this one be the last book I read by Ms. Hannah. However, I will screen them carefully. I know she can write wonderfully

Kristin Hannah is the award-winning and bestselling author of more than 20 novels including the international blockbuster, The Nightingale, which was named Goodreads Best Historical fiction novel for 2015 and won the coveted People’s Choice award for best fiction in the same year. Additionally, it was named a Best Book of the Year by Amazon, iTunes, Buzzfeed, the Wall Street Journal, Paste, and The Week.

3 thoughts on “Between Sisters – Kristin Hannah”

  1. Many times agents/publishers pressure signed authors to do these kind of books. This is the reason I am an indie. I do not want anyone to tell me what to write. Enjoy the day.

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  2. I can relate to this. Not all authors resonate with me either, whether a BESTSELLER or an INDIE. I feel some just write some sexy fluffy stories since there is a market for it. Thanks for sharing and enjoy the day.

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