A Nash Sisters Novel
Happiness Doesn't Come Easy.
Life brings joy and sorrow, laughter and tears, endings and new beginnings to the Nash sisters in the late 1940s in North Carolina.
About the Book
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About the Book.
Ethel, the eldest Nash sister, is tested in her ability to hold things together for her sisters and their families while Annie’s growing family is outsizing her. And it is not easy. Caroline’s fear and mental illness makes it hard to keep from hurting herself or others.
As the Nash family grows beyond the three sisters, so does the reach of the world full of opportunity for misunderstanding and pain.
But the Nash women always have a plan. With each other’s support, humor, songs, and plenty of hugs their lives roll on through good and hard times. Most important is to search for happiness wherever it rests. Because it is there if you take time to notice.
Sheila Hobbs Warrick
“The Nash Sisters is such an extraordinary and heartwarming book! I could not put it down. Looking forward to more stories about these sisters!”
“A crisp fall day, a good cup of coffee, and a fine read! If you appreciate the dynamics of sibling relationships and tales of strong women who struggle and endure, you will enjoy The Nash Sisters!”
“I just finished this wonderful novel. I feel I know each of these women . . . I loved the book and am kind of sorry to have finished it! “
“Really loved the book...can't wait for more!! Heard a news reporter say something I thought one of the "sisters" might say, " . . . you need to let the guys win once in a while, so they will want to keep playing the game."
“I read this book in two days and laughed and cried my way through to the end. As Renee Zellweger said, "You had me at "chapter 1." I was crying and completely absorbed in the story and the lives. The author made them so real! It was sensitive, compassionate, and a "good story. I bought three copies for family and friends!"