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Women's Fiction Contemporary
In SEASON OF SISTERS, New York Times bestselling author
Geralyn Dawson weaves together a compelling tale of three
very different Southern women whose chance meeting at a
charity event teaches them the extraordinary power of
Twenty-something Holly Weeks attends the wedding gown sale
only to appease her boyfriend. She knows what it means to
be in love, but a deeply personal secret makes her
determined to remain a Bride-Not-To-Be. Maggie Prescott
finds herself abandoned in her empty nest, and after her
husband fails to acknowledge their 25th anniversary, she
questions their future together. She decides to donate her
wedding gown to a good cause. Why would she hold on to
either the man or the dress? Grace Hardeman, a volunteer at
the sale, desires only to be enveloped in the warmth of her
family as she celebrates her Golden Anniversary with the
love of her life. Soon, however, she unwittingly adopts a
new goal: survive.
Unwilling, unappreciated, and unprepared, these three women
find themselves on the cusp of something special. Their
unlikely friendship forges a bond of sisterhood, the last
defense against a broken heart.
SEASON OF SISTERS is a full-length, contemporary women's
fiction novel of approximately 100,000 words, originally
published by Pocket Books with the title THE PINK MAGNOLIA
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