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SISTERS AND HUSBANDS
by Connie Briscoe

Genre: Mainstream, Multicultural

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The main character's cold feet will resonate with a lot of women who have seen marriages around them crumble from lack of communication, infidelity and a simple mismatch of people. This book in no way speaks out against marriage, but it does drive home the point that no two marriages are the same.

Beverly has been engaged three times and cancelled her two previous weddings. Looking to her sisters' marriages for guidance, she is dismayed to see their problems with their husbands escalating. With her wedding mere weeks away, she is in danger of turning down yet another good man for fear her marriage will not have a fairy-tale ending. (GRAND CENTRAL, Jun., 288 pp., $24.99)

Reviewed By: B. Nakia Garner

Publisher: GRAND CENTRAL

Published: June 2009

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