I'm really having so much fun reading what everyone thinks about Secret Sisters. It's such a fun, off-the-wall, not-to-be-taken-seriously book, and I hope it makes people smile.
Here are some choice snippets from this week's reviews:
"When you read Secret Sisters, you’ll find yourself wishing it won’t end." - Keith Fisher (read full review here)
"LDS author Tristi Pinkston creates a light and funny mystery with characters you'll soon come to love." - Cheryl Malandrinos (read full review here)
"If you are looking for a delightful read filled with wonderful characters and a cute little mystery, that all the while celebrates the amazing work done by individuals as we look out for each other, then Secret Sisters is just the title. Secret Sisters will make you want to do more and be more." - Amy Orton (read full review here)
"Are you looking for a cozy mystery, something a bit wacky, fun, and entertaining? Look no further than Secret Sisters." - Heather Justesen (read full review here)
"I laughed out loud several times while reading this entertaining, light-hearted book. Picture senior citizens trying to solve crimes evidenced solely by a Wendy's wrapper, and a husband bringing money home to his wife. My absolute favorite part was the climax, where Tristi paints pictures of hilarity as Ida Mae and her counselors rush to 'save the day.'" - Andrea Pearson (read full review here)
"With quirky characters and a completely implausible premise, it's a perfect escape book and one you won't want to put down. It's also a terrific, if unorthodox look into the inner workings of an LDS Relief Society! I'm anxious for the next book in the series." - Holly Barnes (read full review here)
"Tristi not only writes one heck of a mystery, but her characters are laugh out loud in PUBLIC hilarious. I have more than once had strange looks directed my way as I was laughing so hard my face was planted in the book and I was doubled over laughing." - Karen Hoover (read full review here)
"The characters in the book are believable: good people with human failings who are trying to become better." - Framed and Booked (read full review here)
"This book is such a change from so many books written today. It's clean, wholesome and fun. The story was light and an easy afternoon read." - Lynne Pistilli (read full review here)
"Spying! At first she is shocked. But, slowly she warms up to the idea, but only for the sake of the children. Ren provides the equipment and soon the whole presidency in involved in the risky undertaking, and what they discover they are hardly prepared for. Yet, they are now in too deep to step away.
"And the reader is hooked, especially if the reader is or ever has been a Relief Society President, a part of a Relief Society Presidency, or has known a Relief Society President." - JoAnn Arnold (read full review here)
Head on over to these great blogs and show them some love for hosting me, and stay tuned as I bring you more updates as this totally fun tour continues through the end of the month!