Book Review: Butterfly Sisters by Jenny Hale
All the stars are aligned for Leigh Henderson who is on the cusp of landing her biggest deal at work. But when Rebecca Mayer waltzes into the office and gains the boss’s favor, it leaves Leigh unemployed and untethered. When her mother calls with an urgent request to gather at the family cabin for some timely news concerning her grandmother’s passing, it’s up to Leigh to track down her estranged sister, Meredith, and convince her to come along. Leigh’s uneasiness about seeing her family is not the only thing bothering her. Her former flame, Colton Harris, still resides in the area, which only makes matters worse since she hasn’t really gotten over him. When Leigh learns of her grandmother’s final request, she has a hard time believing it’s in the family’s best interests. As she sorts out her family affairs, she and Colton start spending time together, causing her to question what her future might hold.
Butterfly Sisters is a heartwarming story about hope, family reconciliations, and true love. Jenny beautifully captures that small-town feeling with likable characters and picturesque scenery. The relationship between Leigh and her family draws the reader in from the very first page and has us rooting for them to find their way back to each other. If you’re looking for a fast-paced, feel-good read filled with laughter, tears, and love, this one's for you.