Review by Marlene Engel
Kaylie Snow is pregnant and unused to her body’s physical and emotional changes. She has always been the type of girl to catch the attention of every guy in the room. Now that her belly is bulging and her hormones are in overdrive, she doesn’t even recognize the person she has become. Not to mention, her once promising singing career has hit a snag. Places that have booked her in the past are currently turning her down. Meanwhile, her sister, Danica, who has always been the proper and professional one has been taking risks with her career and her love life. And their mother, who Kaylie has had limited communication with since finding out that she stayed with their father after discovering about his affair, has had a drastic makeover and is in the dating scene again. Kaylie is used to being the center of attention and is now feeling like the ugly duckling. And when did her sister and mom’s lives get more exciting than hers?
At least Kaylie has Chaz, her hunky fiancé and father to her unborn baby. He is not only easy on the eyes, he’s a successful business man and also happens to be madly in love with Kaylie. However, a secret from his past has resurfaced and is threatening to potentially destroy everything he’s worked so hard at achieving in life and love. Will Chaz be able to come clean to Kaylie and reveal his secret? And how will she react when he does?
Sisters In Bloom is the second book in the Snow Sisters, Love In Bloom Series. I fell in love with the characters in the first book and was really excited to hear that it was part of a nine book series. There’s just something about finishing a good book and knowing that the story doesn’t end when you read the last page. I love knowing that there is another book to look forward to and that I can continue to get to know the characters. Sisters In Bloom is full of love, emotions and over-coming struggles. It’s the perfect book to curl up on the couch (on a cool Fall day) and read cover to cover in one sitting. High praise for this amazing book. I would definitely recommend it to others and think that it would be a great book club choice (and would promote lots of discussion)!