The best-selling author of the Bubbles series, Sarah Strohmeyer pens book-club-favorite novels of immense appeal.
In Kindred Spirits, four young mothers strike up a friendship at a PTA meeting and soon after form the Ladies’ Society for the Conservation of Martinis. A twist of fate forces them apart, but when one of them dies, the women discover how much they mean to each other.
I usually love Sarah Strohmeyer, and have a couple of her books that I have reread several times. When I pick up her books, I am not looking for anything profound, just a little fun. I had to WADE THROUGH this. It was the longest nine hours of my life. I really only finished it because I was sick and couldn't sleep one night. The plot was uninteresting, the characters not lovable and undeveloped. This is not Bubbles, this is not Cinderella. Slow and boring. Sorry Sarah.