Forty-five year old Kathleen Salerno decides that with a husband who works all the time and a daughter in college, a change of scenery is just what she needs. When her husband takes a three-month filming job in New Zealand, Kathleen steels herself for an Australian adventure. Unfortunately, she finds herself spending most of her time alone in a small bungalow with no clothes drier or car! Determined to get rid of her self-pity, Kathleen starts exploring, only to find a best friend in another Californian native in New Zealand. With so much in common, the two women explore their new habitat together, and find that God has different plans for them than they had originally though. Robin Jones Gunn, softcover, 235 pages.
Robin Jones Gunn makes traversing midlife seem almost welcoming because she has that rare gift of communicating hope amid trial and inner chaos. Robin has found an effective mode of gently lending some instruction to women who sometimes feel overwrought and undone by lifes unexpected curves. Women and older teens will relish Sisterchicks Down Under. Who says growing older cant be fun if you have a friend to share the journey? - FaithfulReader.com
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