Sister and Husbands by Connie Briscoe

Synopsis:
On the eve of her wedding, Beverly calls things off, in turmoil over the marriage troubles her sisters have been going through.

Review:
Sisters and Husbands is a good soapy read, with lots of drama and romance, though not so much that it goes over the top. Connie Briscoe’s characters are dealing with very real issues, and she doesn’t shy away from painting them in an unflattering light. I tend to like my chick lit either more satirical or way further out there (a la Jacqueline Susann), so I’m not likely to read another of Briscoe’s books, but I did enjoy the time I spent with this one.

Oh, and as a Baltimore native, I love that it was set outside of Charm City itself!

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