I didn't think this one was as good as On the Loose, but that may just be because Hawaii is not my first location choice and I didn't really "click with" a lot of the plot based on that. However, I loved the dynamics between Hope and Laurie, and once again, I loved that I could identify with one Sisterchick. This time, it was creative-but-shy Laurie, who needed Hope to be a midwife and help her birth her artistic baby. As a woman in the process of birthing a novel, this was very special to me. I also enjoyed the concept of leis telling one's story, Laurie's Gidget moment, and of course, all that chocolate! Not my favorite, but worth the read.
This is the first "Sister Chicks" book I read. I purchased on for myself and one for my friend right before our birthdays. This story is about two college friends who due to their busy lives drift apart. However by divine appointment they are reunited and the results are hilarious!
To me, this Sisterchick book was a lot better than the first one. I especially liked how Hope and Laurie went to Hawaii when Hope was pregnant. I also liked how Robin Jones Gunn related a little bit of it to the 1st book. It was a great book and great for vacation time. It gets you in the mood.
I think this is my favorite Sisterchick novel thus far. I love the idea of Hope being pregnant; it adds a wonderful dimension to the story. I love all of the Hawaiian touches, and the spiritual themes were beautiful.