"Between Sisters" by Kristin Hannah
Just another book by Kristin Hannah, I think I've almost read them all now. This one took me a little more to get into but once I did I enjoyed it. Kristin does a good job of conveying different women relationships, they can often be so complicated. This story follows two sisters who have lead two very different lives, one is a high powered divorce attorney and the other runs a camping resort. They have their past that they share, their druggie mother, but not much else. When Claire, the younger sister who runs the resort, finally falls in love and starts planning a wedding, the older sister Meghann wants to help. It will become a choice to put the past behind, find common ground, and be the family they have always wanted. "Some things just didn't turn out the way you wanted, and a girl could only cry for so many years." "We can't live other people's lives for them. Even if we love them." Oh but how we try. "Maybe that's why weddings take place in churches-because each one is an act of faith." They truly are, a beautiful act of faith. A promise that can only be kept with the help of God. This book wasn't my favorite but was a good read and worth the time.