Between Sisters by Kristin Hannah read by Laural Merlington

Think about a perfect sandwich. A happy assemblage of fresh food: bacon, lettuce, tomato. Good and familiar characters, pretty or restful setting, easy, recognizable relationships. Funny dialogue. Simple white or brown bread. A little bit of mayo.  There’s a singular and single female divorce lawyer with a very hungry sex and a very low opinion of men in general and husbands in particular. There’s a weekly meeting with Aunty Shrink. Then there’s her sister. The country mouse: the good friend-good neighbor-good daughter-good mother type with no money but lots of sisterhood. The horny female lawyer who is   or should be a redhead,  organizes sis’s country wedding, meets a sad ex-ile (ex-husband, ex-doctor, ex-person)  and well ……

Why would a novelist want to turn the lawyer into another Doris Day? Like starting out  chumping on a BLT and ending up with the taste of a chocolate covered marshmallow.