Opening a Lisa Samson novel is like opening a Pandora's Box. In the case of WOMEN'S INTUITION (3), Larkspur del Champ, her daughter, mother, and housekeeper each tells it like it is. Despite very little distinction between their voices, this is still a good read. Lark allows anxiety to take control of her life and rarely ventures far from home. Her bright spot is her daughter, Flannery. When their home is destroyed and they move in with Lark's mother, Leslie, it appears that God moves into all their lives. Flannery finds love, Lark finds forgiveness and a relationship with Leslie. Will their new found relationship be short-lived or can God restore their family? (Oct., 400 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed by: 
Kelly Rae Cooper