Sisterchicks Down Under transports listeners to New Zealand, where an American finds her world turned upside-down. Kathleen and her husband, Tony, have lived in suburban California for years. When Tony is offered a three-month filming job in Wellington, New Zealand, the couple looks forward to the move. But Kathleen is depressed by their tiny rental apartment in Wellington. Being alone each day while Tony works disheartens her even more. What she needs is a sisterchick.
Just when she thinks God has forgotten her, Kathleen meets Jill at a local coffee shop. Soon the two are sharing laughter, tears, prayers, and adventure.
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©2005 Robin Jones Gunn; (P)2006 Recorded Books
This story is about a woman who finds friendship of another woman at a coffeeshop. This story is about woman who is a recent "empty nester".
The Aussie woman and her classic truck was too funny!
No, I have not.
When the tears began to flow at the coffee shop.
As always, I appreciate the uplifting Christian values. Why read anything that dosen't?
It amazes me how Robin Jones Gunn continues to come up with interesting, meaningful stories that draw in the reader/listener. I can hardly wait to go to New Zealand now!
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