A sisterchick shares the deepest wonders of your heart, loves you like a sister and provides a reality check when you're being a brat. Kathleen is eager to accompany husband Tony on a three-month business trip to New Zealand, but nothing prepares her for the smaller-than-a-garage structure that will be their home. No TV, no computer, no Internet, no friends and no church—plus, Tony will be immersed in his job.

Alone in the midst of God's stunning handiwork, she has no idea who she is, independent of her daughter and husband. Then she meets Jill, a recent widow. Can they help each other rediscover who God meant them to be? These kindred spirits share joy, pain and adventure.

Gunn truly captures the beauty of New Zealand. With a great setting, faith-filled characters and an intriguing story, this fourth in the Sisterchicks series is the best yet. (Apr., 288 pp., $12.99)
Reviewed by: 
Linda Mae Baldwin