Sisterchicks Do The Hula by Robin Jones Gunn Multnomah Books ISBN978-1-59052-226-4

Sisterchicks Do the Hula, by Robin Jones Gunn, is the delightful story of a vacation to Hawaii that two best friends, Hope and Laurie, take to celebrate their fortieth birthdays. Whatever their expectations might have been, the trip yielded many surprises.  With beautiful and vivid details, the author places the reader  in Hawaii.  The descriptions of the scenery and vegetation makes them  come alive. Even though the women now live on opposite coasts, their friendship has lasted many years.  A fortieth birthday can be a time for reflection and introspection and these fortunate women have each other to make  the most of it.  While Laurie and Hope do many of the touristy activities, the success of the trip comes from what they learn about each other and themselves.  The art of compromise and their mutual respect play an important role in the friendship.  With wit and  insightfulness, the author has created a special story.

I received this book free of charge through Blogging for Books and I give this review of my own free will.





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