Book: Whitney in Charge by Diane Craver
|4.7 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Diane Craverabout this book: WHITNEY IN CHARGE was such a fun book for me to write. Whitney is the youngest sister and has two older sisters, Shannon and Regan. I grew up as the youngest in my family with three older sisters, and their favorite thing was to mother me. They liked to tell me what to do in my life but I did my own thing many times. I enjoyed writing the character of Whitney with this understanding of sister relationships and how important family always is, even when you disagree with each other.
The Taylor sisters definitely convey family in their enthusiastic and loving way. All three sisters were a blast to write. Shannon is close to turning forty and isn’t happy about it. She teaches college and is a substitute teacher in her husband’s school where he is a principal. Shannon has two children while Regan has a young daughter. Regan is the middle sister and is a news junkie. She’s married to a handsome firefighter but wants him to quit his dangerous occupation. Shannon and Regan want Whitney to have what they do—a happy marriage with children. After Whitney’s famous husband dies while covering the news in a war zone, she moves back home to Ohio. She no longer wants to be a New York producer and returns to take care of her dying mother. Her sisters play matchmaker but Whitney manages to meet two great guys on her own. To distract her sisters, Whitney suggests they start a business together.
The sisters discuss everything from the different types of kisses, to the death of their mother, and to going into business together. Their intense conversations will make you want to laugh, as well as sometimes cry along with them.
While reading WHITNEY IN CHARGE, I hope you get a glimpse of what true closeness should really be among family.
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