Book Review: Secret Sisters by Tristi Pinkston

Ida Mae Babbitt, president of the Omni 2nd Ward Relief Society, didn’t mean to become a spy. But when visiting teaching stats are low and she learns that one family under her care is in financial trouble, she’ll do whatever it takes to make sure they have what they need. If that includes planting surveillance cameras in their home and watching them from a parked car in the woods, well, isn’t that what any caring Relief Society president would do?

With the help of her counselors Arlette and Tansy, Ida Mae soon learns that there’s more to the situation than meets the eye. It’s all in a day’s work for the Relief Society.

Secret Sisters is the first Tristi Pinkston novel I have read and it won’t be my last. I grabbed this book as I was rushing out the door yesterday to take my son to a meeting. It was such a fun, light easy read. I was 50 pages into the story and hooked by the time his meeting got out. I finished the book up before going to sleep last night.

This made for a great Sunday read. I enjoyed the crazy way Ida Mae and her Relief Society Presidency went above and beyond to fulfill their callings. Enlisting the help of Ida Mae’s nephew these ladies go to extremes to watch over a family in their ward. Tristi’s book was full of humor and I could so relate to Ida Mae and her New Year’s Resolution to not judge others.

The epilogue was a little too short and left me wondering what became of a few of the characters. There is a sequel which I am looking forward to reading positive it will be filled with plenty more light-hearted, entertaining fun.

Content: Clean

Rating: 4 Stars

Source: From Author for Review