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B & H Publishing Group Perfect Piece, Sisters Ink Series #4

Perfect Piece is a perfectly conceived conclusion to the charming Sisters, Ink series of novels for women. At the heart of each story are four unlikely sisters, each separately adopted into the home of Marilyn and Jack Sinclair where they still meet as adults in their late mother's attic to work on scrapbook projects and work through life together.

The Sinclair sisterhood is about to be rocked from its foundation when Meg-the bedrock sibling most like Momma-collapses with a brain tumor. Surgery removes the invading mass but leaves a sister full of mood swings, depression, anger, and bitterness. Tandy, Kendra, and Joy struggle to find a trace of their formerly happy sister, who always pointed them to life's positives. Meg's husband, Jamison, struggles even more. With no idea how to handle the new, unimproved person inhabiting his wife's body, he finds it too easy to seek solace in the clever conversation of another woman. What none of them realize is that the wisdom they need is already at hand.

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Date:November 21, 2009
The fourth book in the Sisters Ink series and the conclusion of the series Perfect Peice is a awesome book. Just like the other books, this book is centered around a sister, this time it is Meg, the calming sister, the glue that keeps them all together sister. Four sisters, different as night and day, adopted seperately into a loving family, have stuck together through all sorts of issues during this series. This time Meg is sick, she has a brain tumor and has surgery and it has changed her personality. The sisters are at a loss, because generally it is Meg keeping them together, helping each other. How will they help Meg? A story of how a family overcomes a frightening life moment. How they come through rough patches and hard times, and how the family stays intact. A story of good overcoming evil, you may chuckle if you have read the book, but the enemy of our soul is always trying to destroy families and it is a good overcoming evil book. Rebecca Seitz has a writing style that I love and I am sad to see the series end, I have read and reviewed all of the books in this series, loving each of them. This one was no different, I loved it and was sad to reach the end, but totally look forward to reading more from Rebecca Seitz. 308 pages $14.99 5 starsThis book was provided for review purposes only, no cash or payment was received for this review.
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