Another lovely installment, if not my favorite. Amy and Lisa remind me of myself and a former best friend because we, like them, met when we were kids and broke up, although we didn't resurrect the friendship :(Amy's conquering of her fears is a wonderful scene, and I loved all the references to Papa God, especially since, like Lisa, I have often felt like hiding from God because I am imperfect. That said, though, this was not Robin's best work. The plot seemed flatter than usual, exposing the book as a quick, light read with less depth than I like. It just didn't seem to move very well. Also, as a woman who has been slightly overweight and struggled with not thinking extremely thin is beautiful, I didn't appreciate all the weight stuff. But there's a lot to like here, so it still gets a great rating.
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Review 7 for Sisterchicks Say Ooh La La! - eBook Sisterchicks Series #5
I loved this book as much as Sisterchicks do the Hula. It was cool how Amy and Lisa met again- in a hospital no less (connecting to one of the promises they made to each other as little girls). Another great part of this book is the setting! I would love to go to Paris one day, and this just made it realistic and what it's really like there. The connection to the previous book was another part I liked also. The lost luggage was an exciting adventure too, there were also many other cool parts to the book that you'll just have to read for. I can't wait for the next one.