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Summary

Danica and Kaylie Snow are about to celebrate the biggest day of their lives - their double wedding - on an island in the Bahamas. But no wedding is complete without a little family drama. The two sisters aren't ready to face the father they haven't seen since he divorced their mother and moved away to marry his mistress and live with Lacy, the half sister they've never met.

While Danica has exchanged letters and phone calls with Lacy, Kaylie has fervently tried to pretend she doesn't exist. Lacy is sweet, fun, and nearly a mirror image of Kaylie. To make matters worse, not only is Lacy looking forward to meeting her sisters, but she idolizes them, too. As the countdown to the wedding date ticks on, their parents are playing a devious game of revenge, and there's a storm brewing over the island, threatening to cancel their perfect wedding. The sisters are about to find out if the bond of sisterhood really trumps all.

©2013 Melissa Foster (P)2015 Melissa Foster

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BJ Harrison delivered this amazingly

I love this book anyway but B.J. makes the book come alive. It is so great that both of these sisters are finally getting married but the antics that happen are funny and at times heart wrenching especially when Kaylie and Danica meet there half sister Lacy for the first time.Totally recommended

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  • Gaele
  • 28-11-16

hiighlights the relationships between the sisters

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Stars: Overall 4 Narration 4 Story 4

Melissa Foster brings the story around to the double wedding for Danica and Kaylie, and each sister reacts to their family dynamic and issues just as we would expect. Danica is the “get along and make it work’ sister, determined to do the right thing. Kaylie would far prefer to have all the attention and ignore anything that takes away from her shine, or causes her to look more deeply at her own buried issues.

See, the girls’ father left when they were young, he remarried and started a new family. Now they have a fabulous destination double wedding planned, and Danica (being the good girl) invites her father, his wife and their half-sister Lacey. Of course, Danica wanting to keep the peace, and Kaylie still holding on to those resentments and anger al play into the story: and more often than not, Lacey is the one who gets the angry teenager from Kaylie.

Oh this was fun – the shifting alliances, the maelstrom of emotions always bubbling below the surface in every family gathering are only heightened when you add in someone thought to have done ‘wrong’, in this case the father who’s affair led to him leaving the family to start another.

Emotional with plenty of moments that highlight the interactions, the boys do take a more supporting role. This is, no doubt about it, a story that highlights the sisters’ relationships, their interactions and how they settle the past before grabbing hold of their futures. It’s never one clear path to the reconciliations, and as with life, everything isn’t neat and clean – but it’s entertaining as hell, with a few steamy moments, plenty of emotion and an actual ending that leaves everyone smiling.

Narration is again provided by B.J. Harrison, and he’s done a lovely job in keeping the characters distinct and unique, using pacing and small variations in pitch and tone to distinguish them. Never over-reaching for a ‘female voice’ yet sounding wholly appropriate for each character, his presentation is clear and appropriate, gently guiding readers through the story, allowing the emotion, characters and words to present themselves.

I received an AudioBook Copy of the title from the publisher for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

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  • Ashley Hedden
  • 23-06-18

Great Read

Sisters in White by Melissa Foster was a great read. Danica and Kaylie are about to get married on the same day in the Bahamas. Unfortunately there is some family drama that could possibly halt everything. I loved this book and can't wait to read more by Melissa Foster. I absolutely love Danica, Kaylie, and their significant others.

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  • Virginia
  • 04-05-18

Just WOW!

Danika and Blake along with her sister Kaylie and Chaz had arrived to Nassau to have a double wedding. The Snow sisters were expecting their father and his second wife Madeline and their half-sister Lacy to come. Kaylie hadn't seen him since she got out of college and she wasn't happy about it. When they arrived Lacy looked like Kaylie, but she had Danika's curly hair. Kaylie started acting out like a child with anger issues. Danika and Kaylie's mother was coming with Kaylie and Chaz's twins. Then a big storm happens! What ever happens, happens!
Go along for this slippery slope of a story with twist and turns. Melissa spins a fantastic story and B. J. Harrison installs the narration into our minds to stay.

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  • Beth Talbot
  • 11-07-17

Love Story to the Max

What did you love best about Sisters in White?

I love the fact that it is full of love, laughter, chaos, and family (though not all blood). Melissa Foster has a way of writing a story and B.J. Harrison narrates the story wonderfully, with inflections and just keeps the listener enthralled.

What did you like best about this story?

I love that it's not perfect. So many stories are just perfect and that is not realistic. This book has the perfect balance of romantic, family drama, humor, and utter chaos. It keeps the listener entertained and wanting to listen for 5 more minutes, which turns into 30 minutes, or an hour longer.

What about B.J. Harrison’s performance did you like?

His inflections and the way he changes his tone for different characters makes the story so much better for me. I love it!

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed and cried many times throughout the book, more laughter than tears.

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  • MIssy DeHaven
  • 11-07-17

Family is everything

What made the experience of listening to Sisters in White the most enjoyable?

I first read this book in print but I have to say I really enjoyed listen to this book.

What other book might you compare Sisters in White to and why?

Sisters in White is the third book in this series, Snow Sisters. It is the story of double wedding of Danica & Blake and Kaylie & Chaz. Set in the beautiful Bahamas, this is the first book that we heard about some of the delicious Bradens - Treat and Dane. We also meet Lacy - Danica and Kaylie's little sister.

What does B.J. Harrison bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The narrator does a fine job being Melissa's words to live. The one suggestion I would make is remember to wear head phones or listen in private some of the scenes are hot!

Any additional comments?

This book is wonderful as a stand alone story but take my word start at the beginning as you will fall in love with these characters and all the ones to come. Enjoy!

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  • Geri Grinstead
  • 04-07-17

Drama filled Sisters in White

Loved the narration of BJ Harrison in this drama filled continuation in the Love in Bloom series. Some of the drama makes you laugh and some makes you want to cry but this book has it all. This book focuses on the weddings of Danica and Kaylie Snow. Add in an estranged father, a sister they have never met and spouse-to-be family members and you have a recipe for challenges and drama. This series just keeps getting better and better. Melissa Foster's story as read by BJ Harrison is top notch!

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  • Shannon O'Brien
  • 25-05-17

AMAZING!

Would you listen to Sisters in White again? Why?

Yes! I read this book for the first time a few years ago. I enjoyed the chance to go back and read the story again! I drive quite a bit sometimes and it's nice to be able to listen to a story while I do that. I really enjoyed the narration on it, BJ Harrison did just as good of a job on this one as he did the others. I can't wait to tackle the next book! I reread the others in this series before and I was so, so excited to get to finish the story of the two sisters and their happily ever after! I've been working my way through the audiobooks and let me tell you, they're worth it. So so so good. The narration is amazing and only adds to the story. Listening to an audiobook is an amazing perspective of this story and I can't wait to continue my way through the series!

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  • Angie M.
  • 16-05-17

Wedding excitement for the Snow Sisters

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, this book is fun to listen to and has a great story with lots of sub-stories going on throughout!

What did you like best about this story?

I enjoyed all of the different stories going on within the larger story. Treat & Max, Lacy, Danica and Kaylie's parts...they all kept the story fun and intriguing.

Which character – as performed by B.J. Harrison – was your favorite?

I enjoy listening to B.J. reading Kaylie which is interesting because usually enjoy females for female characters. He did a great job of showing Kaylie's attitude and emotion.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, and I think I listened to it in 2-3 sessions while traveling!

Any additional comments?

I have enjoyed listening to the Snow Sisters books after reading them in print when first released. I can honestly read and/or listen to Melissa's books over and over!

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  • JJB
  • 07-05-17

When one ends another begins

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Sisters in White is the ending of the Snow sisters being the main characters. In true Melissa factor this book didn't disappoint. We get to meet the Braden's. From there this whole world is opened up.
Danica and Kaylie will always hold a special place as they were my first characters that's made me fall in love with Melissa as an author.
Onto the audiobook. As in the other audiobooks I've listened to by Melissa, BJ does a great job. He picked up on the emotions and inflections of the characters and their feelings. His voice is also very soothing. Can't wait to listen to the next one.

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  • BJ's Reviews
  • 26-04-17

4 "Weddings, Revenge?, and New Beginnings" Stars!

4 "Weddings, Revenge?, and New Beginnings" Stars for the story and narration!

Sisters in White, book 3 in the Snow Sisters Series, brings together the whole family in a fitting conclusion to this series, while at the same time giving us a taste of what's to come in the spin-off series, The Bradens. I enjoyed listening to the Snow sisters, Danica and Kaylie, finally achieve their HEA down the aisle while at the same time getting to know other secondary characters who are sure to play a part in future books to come. Additionally Ms. Foster kept us on the edge of our seats with family saga style adventures (somewhat akin, for those of you who were around then, to the escapades that I loved so much from the 1980's night-time soap operas of Dynasty and Dallas). These side plot lines really kept you guessing as to everyone's true motivations and connections and served as a great, intriguing side story to the romance.

A dual wedding for the couples of Danica and Blake and Kaylie and Chaz has been scheduled and the whole extended family has been invited. However, this large guest list has tensions running high as Danica and especially Kaylie get prepared to mingle with their father (who they have avoided after discovering his affair and second family), as well as, their step-sister, Lacey, and "the other woman" (Lacey's mother) Madeline among the many other guests. Additionally, both sisters must also deal with and resolve their own reservations about love, marriage, and indeed, in Danica's case, even her own reservations with being more uninhibited in the bedroom.

However, these are not the only stories we are treated to as we also begin to see that with love being in the air--this is a wedding after all--other secondary characters are also starting to show interest in one another. One in particular that caught my eye was the connection between Max Armstrong, Chaz's right-hand work companion (or "work wife" as she's referred to in the book) and Treat Braden, the owner of the luxurious resort where the dual weddings are taking place (and also a cousin of Blake's). So I'm extra happy to say that we will be treated to more of their chemistry in Book 1 of the Bradens, Lovers at Heart.

BJ Harrison returns as narrator and does a good job with the narration. Mr. Harrison doesn't provide a ton of differentiation between characters, so you will need to listen for dialogue tags, but he does have a soothing voice and good pacing which allows you to sit back and listen to the story. Additionally, I liked that Mr. Harrison returned as narrator for this story in that he provided consistency across the two prior books. Given that this is really the conclusion of those books, it allowed me to easily go back to those stories with minimal need to refresh the background in my head because the sound of his voice helped trigger flashbacks that easily allowed me to remember the setting.

All in all, if you enjoy books that combine women's fiction with romance, especially those that contain family drama and conflict resolution, then the Snow Sisters series may just be the next listen you were looking for.

Source: Review copy provided for review purposes.