A Sisters Promise (Sisters Series, #1)



Kate Hopper Can List A Million Reasons Why She Doesn T Have Kids No, Like Reasons Why She Shouldn T Have Kids Genetics, A Dysfunctional Family, And Ultimately, The Fear That She Wasn T Cut Out To Be June Cleaver Or Carol Brady Or Claire Huxtable TV Moms Always Made It Look So Easy, But Kate Knows Better When Kate S Little Sister, Joely, Refuses A Medical Treatment Because It Will Leave Her Infertile, Kate Is Willing To Say Anything To Save Her Sister S Life Even Promising To Have A Baby Kate Decides To Keep Her Rash Words A Secret From Her Husband Until She Can Figure Out Whether She Really Wants To Be A Mother Especially Since They Agreed Their Marriage Would Remain Childless A Sister S Promise And A Wife S Promise Kate Must Break One Should She Risk Everything She Has For The UnknownA Sisters Promise (Sisters Series, #1)

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 348 pages
  • A Sisters Promise (Sisters Series, #1)
  • Karen Lenfestey
  • English
  • 12 April 2018

10 thoughts on “A Sisters Promise (Sisters Series, #1)

  1. says:

    Jason Stratham DVDs on the shelves Check.Hunting rifles in the case Check.Spike tv playing Check.Less than zillion pairs of shoes Check.I m a guy Settled So why did I enjoy Karen Lenfestey s Sister s Promise so much I read it after meeting Ms Lenfestey at a library book fair She seemed a nice enough person so I decided to give her novel a read Honestly, I wasn t expecting much It was after all about a woman in conflict over whether to be a mother First thing that popped into my head Jason Stratham DVDs on the shelves Check.Hunting rifles in the case Check.Spike tv playing Check.Less than zillion pairs of shoes Check.I m a guy Settled So why did I enjoy Karen Lenfestey s Sister s Promise so much I read it after meeting Ms Lenfestey at a library book fair She seemed a nice enough person so I decided to give her novel a read Honestly, I wasn t expecting much It was after all about a woman in conflict over whether to be a mother First thing that popped into my head Aren t we all in conflict over parenthood Not just women but men as well Not just people with inheritable diseases, but healthy people who fought too hard to reach that sweet spot in life to share it with a free loader for the next 18 years Yet I enjoyed this book While I loved Karen s writing style, what I liked most about the book was that it didn t make easy choices It dropped questions of morality to speak on humanity There was no right or wrong, just the characters frustra...

  2. says:

    I got fed up with both of the sisters featured and packed this in at 63% It wasn t bad till then but they were either insipid, lazy, selfish or self obsessed and I d had enough of the pair of them One sister was so full of self flagellation it got irritating and the other was all me,me,me..She did that awful thing where Americans write drug as opposed to dragged and the same using shined and not shone, then he instead of she, teacher s and not teachers and freshman in place of freshmen I I got fed up with both of the sisters featured and packed this in at 63% It wasn t bad till then but they were either insipid, lazy, selfish or self obsessed and I d had enough...

  3. says:

    The storyline was good It centered on the bond between two sisters, at the same time touching onsensitive topics like genetics, to have or not to have children, child abuse, school politics I also liked the flow of the story, except that I felt that the ending was a bit rushed or sudden Probably the author wanted to put in some element of surprise there but I wasdisappointed than surprised There was a lot of nice scenes, a lot of details in the earlier chapter, and I felt that t The storyline was good It centered on the bond between two sisters, at the same time touching onsensitive topics like genetics, to have or not to have children, child abuse, school politics I also liked the flow of th...

  4. says:

    I really did not enjoy this book The characters are all ridiculously self centred especially the main character who literally turned every situation to be about herself If I had been reading a print copy it probably would have been thrown across the room in disgust at least once at her behaviour.

  5. says:

    The writing was just so, so The characterization was just so, so The storyline was just so, so The ending was predictable It did leave itself open for other books in the series, but I won t be spending time reading them The only redeeming factor was it read fast, so I could m...

  6. says:

    This one meandered and stalled a bit, then completely lost me in the last two pages I had to read the snippet from the next book to confirm what happened Not a heavy read at all and the characters annoyed me except Mitch, who stayed genuine , so I would rank this as a decent beach read.

  7. says:

    Boring.The characters were just self centered sketches.

  8. says:

    Quick read Honestly the personality of the sisters was a little irritating to me Kate, the older sister, was always so worried something was going to happen and it got a bit annoying Joely, the younger sister, didn t care about anyone but herself An interesting twist at the end.

  9. says:

    This story centers around 2 sisters Kate and Joely Kate is married to Mitch, is a school counselor and in a marriage that neither want children Joely is single, wants child but just has been diagnosed with Lupus, her treatment would leave her infertile Somehow Joely corners her sister Kate into promising to have a baby There were times I found the 2 sisters quite irritating I found both sisters to be pushy and often spoke out of turn I did not feel the book was well written it really ne This story centers around 2 sisters Kate...

  10. says:

    I suffer from lupus and the author was spot on with symptoms and the emotions that are felt with first diagnosed From the relief of finally knowing what is going on to feel like giving up at times The author did an amazing job expressing the reactions from the people closest to her as well This is a disease that not only affects the person that is diagnosed, but everyone that is close to them The emotions were so raw and the characters very relatable I look forward to reading the next two b I suffer from lupus and the author was spot on with symptoms and the emotions that are felt with first diagnosed From the relief of finally knowing what is going on to feel like giving up at times The author ...

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