Hannah explores the complex relationship between sisters. An appropriate pace and descriptive characters keep the reader actively engaged from page one. The conclusion leaves a few loose ends that could pave the way for a possible sequel. It is easy to see why Hannah is
a favorite for fans of women's fiction.
The Grey sisters, Winona, Aurora and Vivi Ann, struggled for their father's affection, as they grew up without a mother. Winona is the oldest, an overweight bookworm. Aurora is the family peacemaker. Vivi Ann always did as their father wanted, until a stranger enters their lives. No longer the golden child, Vivi Ann decides to follow her heart, even if it means tearing her family apart.
In a matter of moments, everything will change. The Grey sisters will be pitted against one another in ways that they never imagined possible. Winona takes advantage of the opportunity to try and win favor with her father. Can she find the love she has searched for all her life? (ST. MARTIN'S, Feb., 400 pp., $25.95)