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Sisters

By: Lisa Wingate
Narrated by: Sybil Johnson,Xe Sands,Abby Craden
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Summary

Experience three novellas about the joys and trials of sisterhood!

The Sea Glass Sisters

A mother-daughter road trip is the last thing Elizabeth Gallagher needs. But with an impending hurricane, they are determined to convince Aunt Sandy to abandon her seaside store and return home. Instead, they discover that sisterhood can change hearts, lives, and futures...often in unpredictable ways.

The Tidewater Sisters

Tandi Reese and her sister Gina have complicated ties. Faced with legal papers for a fraud she didn’t commit, Tandi heads to the North Carolina Tidewater for a reckoning. But to unravel lies from truth, she must first confront strained sibling bonds and uncover a dark family secret.

The Sandcastle Sister

New York editor Jen Gibbs has not only acquired Evan Hall’s blockbuster book deal - she’s also accepted his engagement proposal. Now she’s scared to death. In Jen’s family history, marriage represents the death of every dream a woman holds. Will her mother’s long-held secret change Jen’s belief’s about life and love?

©2015 Wingate Media, LLC (P)2018 Two Words Publishing LLC

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  • Jamey Ann Harvey
  • 07-10-20

Repeat of 2 books i previously listened to

I would like to return this book as it is a repeat of 2 books i listened to previously. I thought this was the last book in the series.

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  • Cover Lover
  • 14-05-19

The joys and trials of sisterhood!

The Sea Glass Sisters

This story captured me quickly. The opening scene is filled with urgency and there is an electricity in the air during the 911 call and search for Emily. Elizabeth Gallagher is an interesting character and easy to sympathize with. And her mother, Sharon, and Aunt Sandy add so much to the story. The East Coast setting in North Carolina, is a character on its own. The hurricane gives an ominous feel rather than a sunny beach atmosphere. I experienced so many emotions and was fully immersed in the Outer Banks sea air, and enjoyed getting to know these characters, Sandy’s Sea Shell Shop, and the family ties and dynamics. A stirring story sharing the importance of family and faith while we weather life’s storms.


The Tidewater Sisters

This is another Lisa Wingate hit! Tandi Jo was first introduced in The Sea Glass Sisters and The Prayer Box and captured my heart. Tandi returns to the Tidewater in North Carolina, a place that holds difficult memories. I sympathize with her when she gets tangled in a lawsuit and had strong emotions toward her sister Gina as well. Tandi’s relationship with her sister is more than strained, and so much is revealed about their past. A powerful and highly emotional read with a sweet ending.


The Sandcastle Sister

As with each of the novellas, I swiftly became absorbed by these sisters and their stories. Jen carries a lot of baggage, and fears making the same bad decisions the women in her family have made—giving up her self for a lackluster life. She also doesn’t want that for her sister, Lily Clarette. Secrets are revealed and lives are changed.


Audio Narration:
Sybil Johnson narrates The Sea Glass Sisters. She has a softness to her voice that is both comforting and articulate. Her character changes are clear and believable.

Xe Sands narrates The Tidewater Sisters. Her inflection has a different kind of charm, with a wispy, almost lazy drawl. Her character changes are distinctive and believable, even a male voice.

Abby Craden narrates The Sandcastle Sister. This narrator has a slight gravel to her voice. She doesn’t have the southern inflection I’d expected, and over-does it a bit with Lily Clarette’s dialogue, which was distracting at times.

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The production quality of this audiobook is clear, without any distracting sounds or skips.

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Sisters is a lovely collection of three novellas that touch on the joys and trials of sisterhood. I’ve read all the books and novellas in the Carolina Chronicles series and have grown to love each of these sisters!

#sisters
#carolinachronicles
Author: Lisa Wingate
Narrator(s): Sybil Johnson, Xe Sands, and Abby Craden
Publisher: Two Words Publishing, LLC
Source: I received this audiobook at no cost from the publisher. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

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  • Lynn Hill
  • 31-03-21

Sisters

This whole series I just cannot put down. The only problem now is I have two more Lisa Wingate books to listen to and I will have to find another author just like her.

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  • Janet Rider
  • 27-04-21

Sisters

This was a fair book could be read by any age , but I was able to guess the ending before it happened, unusual for her books

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29-11-22

Skip this one

I couldn't even finish! Lisa Wingate is better than this one! I should have returned it and wasted a credit.

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  • trina reynolds
  • 27-11-22

Great story

I loved it. I did not want to stop listening. I stayed up all night so I could h3ar how.it ended.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-08-22

couldnt complete

boring and the voices made me so sleepy. this book did not hold my attention at all.

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  • Joan Corderman
  • 16-05-22

A disappointment

This can’t be the same Lisa Wingate …this is shallow and trite. Before you were yours was so much better

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  • Bickle B
  • 09-03-22

Three separate stories

I was surprised that this is not a novel, but three short stories. They were will work and good stories, just not what I was expecting

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  • Ranch Oregon
  • 12-10-21

An anthology of three novellas. Good stories the narration on one of the stories very difficult to listen to

All of the stories are postludes to previous novels about life and history of the Carolinas. The stories were fine but not of the same caliber as the novels. The narration by Ze Sands was singsongy and very hard to listen to. I spedit up just to get threw it a bit faster and reduce the affectation in the narrator’s voice.