Friday, April 9, 2010

Book Review: Secret Sisters

Author: Tristi Pinkston
Tristi's website is here.

Ida Mae Babbitt is the Relief Society President of her ward. When she and the other members of the presidency find out that a family in the ward is struggling financially, they take their concerns nearly to the extreme to make sure the family is okay. Ida Mae's nephew constructs a few "bugs" to help them in the process, and some of the most entertaining things occur while the sisters "magnify" their callings.

I laughed out loud several times while reading this entertaining, light-hearted book. Picture senior citizens trying to solve crimes evidenced solely by a Wendy's wrapper, and a husband bringing money home to his wife. :-) My absolute favorite part was the climax, where Tristi paints pictures of hilarity as Ida Mae and her counselors rush to "save the day."

Learn more about this book by going to Valor's site, here.


  1. Awesome! Thanks for the great review and the link. :-)

  2. I thought this book was pure, silly delight. =]

  3. Thanks for the great review, Andrea! I'm glad you enjoyed the book.

  4. You are not the first person who LOL at this book! I have been reading reviews all over and they all say the same thing.But knowing Tristi, I am not surprised. I am reading this right now and love it!

    Congrats on your new book coming out soon. It sounds fantastic!!

    Sheila Staley : Reviewer

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  5. It really was awesome. :-)

    Thanks, Tristi, for letting me review it. :-)