SUMMARY: Watch out, Waikiki!
Wherever there's chocolate, there's sure to be a Sisterchick celebrating, and this trip to Hawaii is no exception. Best friends Hope and Laurie are on an audacious mission to commemorate their fortieth birthdays in style. Surfing and sailing, sushi and snorkeling - these two macadamia nuts from the mainland sample it all, unhindered by a surprise little stowaway.
Luaus are only the beginning. The island experience binds Hope and Laurie's souls together, gently restoring their unfinished dreams. Garlanded with leis or swimming with sea turtles, they join the dance of delight in their Maker, entering the next season of their lives filled with the unforced rhythm of grace.
REVIEW: Look out, Hawaii! Sisterchicks are coming!
Laurie and Hope have been friends since college. After losing touch for many years, they reconnect and pick up where they left off. Since their previous plan to visit Hawaii did not happen, Laurie and Hope decide to go and celebrate their 40th birthdays in the Aloha state. They meet native Hawaiians who give them insight into the native culture and the meanings (even spiritual meanings) behind some of the traditions, like leis, hula and more. These sections are my favorite parts. I also like everyone's reaction to Hope's pregnancy, even though her kids are getting ready to finish high school. They are all genuinely excited about this coming bundle of joy.
This novel is a great read if you are looking for something fun and enjoyable.
This book was provided by Waterbrook Multnomah for review without compensation.
Robin Jones Gunn has written more than eighty-five books, including the well-loved Glenbrooke, Christy Miller, and Sierra Jensen series. More than 4.5 million copies of her books have sold worldwide. Robin and her husband live in Hawaii and have two grown children.