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Danica and Kaylie Snow are about to celebrate the biggest day of their lives—their double wedding—on an island in the Bahamas. But no wedding is complete without a little family drama. The two sisters aren’t ready to face the father they haven’t seen since he divorced their mother and moved away to marry his mistress, and live with Lacy, the half sister they’ve never met. W Danica and Kaylie Snow are about to celebrate the biggest day of their lives—their double wedding—on an island in the Bahamas. But no wedding is complete without a little family drama. The two sisters aren’t ready to face the father they haven’t seen since he divorced their mother and moved away to marry his mistress, and live with Lacy, the half sister they’ve never met. While Danica has exchanged letters and phone calls with Lacy, Kaylie has fervently tried to pretend she doesn’t exist. Lacy is sweet, fun, and nearly a mirror image of Kaylie. To make matters worse, not only is Lacy looking forward to meeting her sisters, but she idolizes them, too. As the countdown to the wedding date ticks on, their parents are playing a devious game of revenge, and there’s a storm brewing over the island, threatening to cancel their perfect wedding. The sisters are about to find out if the bond of sisterhood really trumps all.


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Danica and Kaylie Snow are about to celebrate the biggest day of their lives—their double wedding—on an island in the Bahamas. But no wedding is complete without a little family drama. The two sisters aren’t ready to face the father they haven’t seen since he divorced their mother and moved away to marry his mistress, and live with Lacy, the half sister they’ve never met. W Danica and Kaylie Snow are about to celebrate the biggest day of their lives—their double wedding—on an island in the Bahamas. But no wedding is complete without a little family drama. The two sisters aren’t ready to face the father they haven’t seen since he divorced their mother and moved away to marry his mistress, and live with Lacy, the half sister they’ve never met. While Danica has exchanged letters and phone calls with Lacy, Kaylie has fervently tried to pretend she doesn’t exist. Lacy is sweet, fun, and nearly a mirror image of Kaylie. To make matters worse, not only is Lacy looking forward to meeting her sisters, but she idolizes them, too. As the countdown to the wedding date ticks on, their parents are playing a devious game of revenge, and there’s a storm brewing over the island, threatening to cancel their perfect wedding. The sisters are about to find out if the bond of sisterhood really trumps all.

30 review for Sisters in White Audiobook

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bj

    4 "Weddings, Revenge?, and New Beginnings" Stars for the story and narration! Sisters in White, book 3 in the Snow Sisters Series, brings together the whole family in a fitting conclusion to this series, while at the same time giving us a taste of what's to come in the spin-off series, The Bradens. I enjoyed listening to the Snow sisters, Danica and Kaylie, finally achieve their HEA down the aisle while at the same time getting to know other secondary characters who are sure to play a part in fut 4 "Weddings, Revenge?, and New Beginnings" Stars for the story and narration! Sisters in White, book 3 in the Snow Sisters Series, brings together the whole family in a fitting conclusion to this series, while at the same time giving us a taste of what's to come in the spin-off series, The Bradens. I enjoyed listening to the Snow sisters, Danica and Kaylie, finally achieve their HEA down the aisle while at the same time getting to know other secondary characters who are sure to play a part in future books to come. Additionally Ms. Foster kept us on the edge of our seats with family saga style adventures (somewhat akin, for those of you who were around then, to the escapades that I loved so much from the 1980's night-time soap operas of Dynasty and Dallas). These side plot lines really kept you guessing as to everyone's true motivations and connections and served as a great, intriguing side story to the romance. A dual wedding for the couples of Danica and Blake and Kaylie and Chaz has been scheduled and the whole extended family has been invited. However, this large guest list has tensions running high as Danica and especially Kaylie get prepared to mingle with their father (who they have avoided after discovering his affair and second family), as well as, their step-sister, Lacey, and "the other woman" (Lacey's mother) Madeline among the many other guests. Additionally, both sisters must also deal with and resolve their own reservations about love, marriage, and indeed, in Danica's case, even her own reservations with being more uninhibited in the bedroom. However, these are not the only stories we are treated to as we also begin to see that with love being in the air--this is a wedding after all--other secondary characters are also starting to show interest in one another. One in particular that caught my eye was the connection between Max Armstrong, Chaz's right-hand work companion (or "work wife" as she's referred to in the book) and Treat Braden, the owner of the luxurious resort where the dual weddings are taking place (and also a cousin of Blake's). So I'm extra happy to say that we will be treated to more of their chemistry in Book 1 of the Bradens, Lovers at Heart. BJ Harrison returns as narrator and does a good job with the narration. Mr. Harrison doesn't provide a ton of differentiation between characters, so you will need to listen for dialogue tags, but he does have a soothing voice and good pacing which allows you to sit back and listen to the story. Additionally, I liked that Mr. Harrison returned as narrator for this story in that he provided consistency across the two prior books. Given that this is really the conclusion of those books, it allowed me to easily go back to those stories with minimal need to refresh the background in my head because the sound of his voice helped trigger flashbacks that easily allowed me to remember the setting. All in all, if you enjoy books that combine women's fiction with romance, especially those that contain family drama and conflict resolution, then the Snow Sisters series may just be the next listen you were looking for. Source: Review copy provided for review purposes.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Carole (Carole's Random Life)

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books While I liked this book, it was definitely not a favorite. I have to admit that I went into this book with a lot of assumptions which may have affected my enjoyment of the story. This is the third book in the Snow Sisters and it really needs to be read after the previous two books. I really thought going into this book that this would tell the story of the third daughter that I knew we would meet in this installment in the series. Lac This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books While I liked this book, it was definitely not a favorite. I have to admit that I went into this book with a lot of assumptions which may have affected my enjoyment of the story. This is the third book in the Snow Sisters and it really needs to be read after the previous two books. I really thought going into this book that this would tell the story of the third daughter that I knew we would meet in this installment in the series. Lacy does play an important role in this book but I found this to be a continuation of Danica's story more than anything else. Danica and her sister, Kaylie, are both planning to marry the man of their dreams in a double wedding ceremony. This book takes place in the days leading up to the wedding and goes through the wedding. Danica and Lacy see their father for the first time in years and meet their sister, Lacy. There is a lot of drama involving both parents and a lot is revealed. This book is told from Danica's point of view and it seemed to focus on her insecurities more than anything. There is the hint of a few new romances that seem to be blooming in the days around the wedding but we don't get more than just a hint. I will be honest and tell you that I really wanted to see more of those romances. I was really surprised by the lack of romance in this story. Yes, there were some good scenes between Blake and Danica but that wasn't the real focus. I think that Danica spent more time trying to keep the peace between everyone in her family than anything else. B.J. Harrison did a great job with the narration. I think that he does a really nice job with all of the different character voices and is able to add a lot of emotion to his reading. He has a very pleasant voice that is easy to listen to for hours at a time. I think that his narration added to my enjoyment of this audiobook. I think that a lot of readers will enjoy this book more than I did. I was glad to see Danica and Kaylie's stories come to a close and am looking forward to seeing more from some of these characters. I received a copy of this audiobook from the author/publicist. Initial Thoughts This was my least favorite book of the series. I had kind of hoped to see a romance involving the youngest sister but this book was really mostly about Danica and her insecurities. It really reminded me a whole lot of the soap operas I used watched in the '90s with so much going on with everyone connected to the Danica and Kaylie's double wedding. The narrator did a good job but I was never fully invested in the story.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Carvanz

    Audio-book: Narrator - B.J. Harrison I’ve really enjoyed this narrator. While there are a few times the characters’ voices are not distinctive enough to discern who exactly is speaking, it hasn’t taken away my overall enjoyment of the book or Mr. Harrison’s narration. I’ve actually become a huge fan of his voice. It’s very melodic and never monotone or flat and he brings a whole depth of emotion into the story that would be missing in another format of this book. I believe this is the last book Audio-book: Narrator - B.J. Harrison I’ve really enjoyed this narrator. While there are a few times the characters’ voices are not distinctive enough to discern who exactly is speaking, it hasn’t taken away my overall enjoyment of the book or Mr. Harrison’s narration. I’ve actually become a huge fan of his voice. It’s very melodic and never monotone or flat and he brings a whole depth of emotion into the story that would be missing in another format of this book. I believe this is the last book for Danica and Kaylie and they’ve had one heck of a journey to get to their happy ever after. This was filled with lots of internal drama, especially for Danica. She has some issues within herself she must deal with regarding her fully trusting what she has with Blake will last a lifetime. She also is dealing with some family drama that revolves more around her own insecurities and perceptions. With the addition of other characters, I can see where the next series might pick up. This series has been extremely emotional, more than what I usually read as it is filled with angst. However, I did enjoy meeting these sisters and watching them evolve into women who could fully embrace themselves, each other and those around them. Mostly Danica’s POV Safe (view spoiler)[no ow/om drama for either heroine or hero (hide spoiler)] Triggers (view spoiler)[no apparent triggers (hide spoiler)]

  4. 5 out of 5

    ysar

    Sisters Danica and Kaylie are getting the day they’ve both been dreaming of since they were little girls — their wedding day. But their double wedding in the Bahamas isn’t quite as breezy as they’d planned. When their father, stepmother, and half-sister are invited, family drama can’t be avoided. Danica’s trying to do the right thing, Kaylie’s trying to avoid it entirely, and their half-sister Lacy wants nothing more than a relationship with the two sisters she idolizes. Meanwhile, their parents Sisters Danica and Kaylie are getting the day they’ve both been dreaming of since they were little girls — their wedding day. But their double wedding in the Bahamas isn’t quite as breezy as they’d planned. When their father, stepmother, and half-sister are invited, family drama can’t be avoided. Danica’s trying to do the right thing, Kaylie’s trying to avoid it entirely, and their half-sister Lacy wants nothing more than a relationship with the two sisters she idolizes. Meanwhile, their parents are brewing up a storm almost as strong as the one hovering in the air and threatening to turn their tropical wedding into a natural disaster. I found the family dynamic here fascinatingly realistic. Danica is pragmatic, Kaylie’s emotions are on high, and Lacy is a living, breathing reminder of the broken home in which they grew up. Most interesting, though, is the freedom now seen in Danica and Kaylie. Where Kaylie used to wear her wild side like a shield, finding love has allowed her to let down that guard and approach life with less abandon. Of course, she’s still Kaylie, and she can have fun or throw a tantrum with the best of them, but it’s nice to see her grow up a bit now that she’s fallen in love. Likewise, Danica isn’t as rigid as she started out in Sisters in Love. We saw a little of her letting loose when she gave into her feelings for Blake, but in this book, she shows an adventurous side we haven’t really seen in her before. She and Kaylie were polar opposites in the beginning, and now that they’ve each found happiness and love, they’re letting down their opposing walls and rounding out their lives. Of course, all the family drama going on had me wondering at times if the big wedding would actually happen, but as I hoped, it turned out to be a really fun story, with the kind of family mess most of us can relate to in some way or another, and characters who kept things interesting every step of the way. Now to find out what happens in the next part of the series with the Bradens!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bj

    4 "Weddings, Revenge?, and New Beginnings" Stars for the story and narration! Sisters in White, book 3 in the Snow Sisters Series, brings together the whole family in a fitting conclusion to this series, while at the same time giving us a taste of what's to come in the spin-off series, The Bradens. I enjoyed listening to the Snow sisters, Danica and Kaylie, finally achieve their HEA down the aisle while at the same time getting to know other secondary characters who are sure to play a part in fut 4 "Weddings, Revenge?, and New Beginnings" Stars for the story and narration! Sisters in White, book 3 in the Snow Sisters Series, brings together the whole family in a fitting conclusion to this series, while at the same time giving us a taste of what's to come in the spin-off series, The Bradens. I enjoyed listening to the Snow sisters, Danica and Kaylie, finally achieve their HEA down the aisle while at the same time getting to know other secondary characters who are sure to play a part in future books to come. Additionally Ms. Foster kept us on the edge of our seats with family saga style adventures (somewhat akin, for those of you who were around then, to the escapades that I loved so much from the 1980's night-time soap operas of Dynasty and Dallas). These side plot lines really kept you guessing as to everyone's true motivations and connections and served as a great, intriguing side story to the romance. A dual wedding for the couples of Danica and Blake and Kaylie and Chaz has been scheduled and the whole extended family has been invited. However, this large guest list has tensions running high as Danica and especially Kaylie get prepared to mingle with their father (who they have avoided after discovering his affair and second family), as well as, their step-sister, Lacey, and "the other woman" (Lacey's mother) Madeline among the many other guests. Additionally, both sisters must also deal with and resolve their own reservations about love, marriage, and indeed, in Danica's case, even her own reservations with being more uninhibited in the bedroom. However, these are not the only stories we are treated to as we also begin to see that with love being in the air--this is a wedding after all--other secondary characters are also starting to show interest in one another. One in particular that caught my eye was the connection between Max Armstrong, Chaz's right-hand work companion (or "work wife" as she's referred to in the book) and Treat Braden, the owner of the luxurious resort where the dual weddings are taking place (and also a cousin of Blake's). So I'm extra happy to say that we will be treated to more of their chemistry in Book 1 of the Bradens, Lovers at Heart. BJ Harrison returns as narrator and does a good job with the narration. Mr. Harrison doesn't provide a ton of differentiation between characters, so you will need to listen for dialogue tags, but he does have a soothing voice and good pacing which allows you to sit back and listen to the story. Additionally, I liked that Mr. Harrison returned as narrator for this story in that he provided consistency across the two prior books. Given that this is really the conclusion of those books, it allowed me to easily go back to those stories with minimal need to refresh the background in my head because the sound of his voice helped trigger flashbacks that easily allowed me to remember the setting. All in all, if you enjoy books that combine women's fiction with romance, especially those that contain family drama and conflict resolution, then the Snow Sisters series may just be the next listen you were looking for. Source: Review copy provided for review purposes.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    What the hell happened to Danica in the two/three years that have supposedly passed between Book #2 and this one? Suddenly she thinks a healthy sex life is something to be ashamed of? Does she honestly think the man she's about to marry will think she's "a tramp, a slut, a trollop" after a night of wild sex? (Trust me. It was actually fairly tame.) And she still thinks in terms of being "too fat" and "not attractive". Even though her fiance has supposedly been loving her up for YEARS. This woman What the hell happened to Danica in the two/three years that have supposedly passed between Book #2 and this one? Suddenly she thinks a healthy sex life is something to be ashamed of? Does she honestly think the man she's about to marry will think she's "a tramp, a slut, a trollop" after a night of wild sex? (Trust me. It was actually fairly tame.) And she still thinks in terms of being "too fat" and "not attractive". Even though her fiance has supposedly been loving her up for YEARS. This woman who is supposed to be a trained therapist doesn't just have carry-on baggage, she's got a whole fuckin' matching set; including a steamer trunk! She often deals with problems by brushing them off, which means she's never dealt with her issues. She internal monologues about how she's got all this training and can't shut if off, but her advice is quite often almost useless. The little bit I did like revolved around Lacy and Max. I want each of these women to find their HEAs. Especially Max since the only reason why I read this trilogy was because when I started reading Max's story it was obvious something big had happened in the past. (Unfortunately, it's not really addressed here. A few moments alluded to here and there, which could easily have been included as a prologue in Max's book.) Here's hoping Foster's later books are better because female authors who write weak women under the guise of "independent" only perpetuate rape culture.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Diane (Books and Tequila Blog)

    Sisters in White is the story where we expect to see sisters Danica and Kaylie get their HEA. They have planned their double wedding on an island in the Bahamas where whatever can go wrong, does go wrong. Family drama in spades almost takes over the proceedings But the Snow sisters have Chaz’s assistant, Max and Blake’s cousin, Treat to come to their rescue so that they can have their dream day. Sisters in White is a very entertaining audiobook that really made my commute seem only half as long. Sisters in White is the story where we expect to see sisters Danica and Kaylie get their HEA. They have planned their double wedding on an island in the Bahamas where whatever can go wrong, does go wrong. Family drama in spades almost takes over the proceedings But the Snow sisters have Chaz’s assistant, Max and Blake’s cousin, Treat to come to their rescue so that they can have their dream day. Sisters in White is a very entertaining audiobook that really made my commute seem only half as long. -4Stars!-

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kelli

    If you are looking for a book with dynamic characters, steamy love scenes, and complex family relationships then Sisters in White by Melissa Foster is the book for you. As most of you know from my previous review of Sisters in Bloom, I’m addicted to this series. This is another book that you better make sure you have time to devote to reading. Once you start reading you will not want to put this book down. Danica and Kaylie are getting married in a tropical paradise in this book. As everyone know If you are looking for a book with dynamic characters, steamy love scenes, and complex family relationships then Sisters in White by Melissa Foster is the book for you. As most of you know from my previous review of Sisters in Bloom, I’m addicted to this series. This is another book that you better make sure you have time to devote to reading. Once you start reading you will not want to put this book down. Danica and Kaylie are getting married in a tropical paradise in this book. As everyone knows, there are always issues with family at weddings. Well, there are definitely family issues when Danica invites her dad, stepmother, and half-sister to the wedding. Melissa Foster does a wonderful job of bringing these relationships and their difficulties to light. Many people can identify with these blended families. I know I am able to relate to these situations. It is hard to deal with family and your feelings when one parent has had an affair and ends up with that person. I feel like I’m kind of a combination of Kaylie and Danica. I have my anger issues with my father’s affair, but I still have the tendency to try to keep the peace. Well, now I do. When I was a teenager, I was a pissed off, lonely girl who continually fought back. It is only in the past 25 years that I have tried to be nice and not cause problems. Melissa Foster does an amazing job of bringing these characters to life. You feel like you really know these people. There were times when the book would make me want to cry, and/or laugh. I felt like I was really there, and felt so connected to everything. I give this book 5 stars. It is for adults due to explicit and steamy love scenes. It will bring a huge smile to your face. I can not wait to read the rest of the books in this series. I know that Danica and Kaylie are not in the other books (or at least not prominent characters), but I am sure these books will draw me in and leave me wanting for more. The next set of books is about Blake’s cousins, the Bradens. I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions above are 100% my own.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Martin

    WOW! I would say Sisters In White covers a big majority of things that would go wrong in a movie wedding. Danica and Kaylie have their hands full with their mom and dad, half-sister, Danica’s mother-in-law, the weather and everything in between. It’s crazy! In Sisters In White, we get to see a couple sides to Kaylie. There is a part of her with the planning of the wedding that we have never seen before. A calmer, more mature version. Then we get to see her start to spiral out of control and a chi WOW! I would say Sisters In White covers a big majority of things that would go wrong in a movie wedding. Danica and Kaylie have their hands full with their mom and dad, half-sister, Danica’s mother-in-law, the weather and everything in between. It’s crazy! In Sisters In White, we get to see a couple sides to Kaylie. There is a part of her with the planning of the wedding that we have never seen before. A calmer, more mature version. Then we get to see her start to spiral out of control and a childish side takes over, then she jumps back to maturity. It’s all very back and forth. We also get to see a side of Danica that she didn’t know existed. She is a little vixen whose wild side has finally been released. She finally learns how to let herself go just a little with Blake. There are some serious “sex scenes” so if you aren’t into mature content you might want to skip over that part. Just to warn you. There isn’t really any overly-vulgar wording, but the implication is there. It gets pretty hot a steamy in some parts and it can be a bit much if you're not used to explicit romance novels. The story is very good. The characters actions aren’t totally believable but they fit, if that makes sense. Like watching a movie. You know that in “real life” people don’t really behave they do in the movies. That is the same thing with this novel. It is just such a fun story with lovable people in it, so you want to read more. In fact, I didn’t put it down until I had finished. I couldn’t wait to see if they wedding would actually take place and what drama would occur along the way. We didn’t hear much out of Chaz or Blake. They had more of a supportive role in this book while the girls focused on the wedding and keeping their parents and sister in their line of site. But we get to a little bit of Max and Treat and get a small glimpse into the next book: Lovers At Heart. I can’t wait to read even more series by Melissa Foster! Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of Sisters In White as a member of Beck Valley Book Tours. All opinions are my own.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Becca

    This is the third book in the Sisters Series and Kaylie and Danica have their weddings planned out to the very last detail. Their family and friends will be joining them in the Bahamas at a resort that is owned by Treat Braden, who is Blake’s cousin. Treat has pulled everything out on the table to make the wedding the best that it can be. Even though he does not have the best reputation with women, he is still family and family sticks together. Kaylie is having a rough time with everything that This is the third book in the Sisters Series and Kaylie and Danica have their weddings planned out to the very last detail. Their family and friends will be joining them in the Bahamas at a resort that is owned by Treat Braden, who is Blake’s cousin. Treat has pulled everything out on the table to make the wedding the best that it can be. Even though he does not have the best reputation with women, he is still family and family sticks together. Kaylie is having a rough time with everything that is going on because she has not seen or talked to her father ever since the affair that he had on their mother. She was not happy that he would be there for the wedding, but it was even worse that his new wife would be there and their daughter Lacy. Kaylie has no intention of wanting to get to know Lacy or have anything to do with her. She is a few years younger than Danica and Kaylie. Their mother will also have to be faced with the woman that tore apart her marriage, but there is a little bit of secrecy and flirting going on between Kaylie and Danica’s parents when they are given the chance to be alone. To make matters even more complicated there is a storm that is headed their way that may just put a damper on their wedding plans and festivities. With the rain coming they are now soaked and miserable on the island where the wedding was supposed to be taking place. Can everything really be a happily ever after? I have read the first two books in the series and you get to know the characters more deeply as each book progresses in the series. By the end of book two I felt like I knew the girls but even more came out that I did not expect in this third installment. This series is a must read and I will be continuing on with the next six as we get to meet the Bradens! I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions above are 100% my own.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cinta

    I was sent a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. After having read and enjoyed the two previous books in this series, this one was kind of disappointing. Seriously, I wanted to find Danica and kill her with my own hands. I wanted to scream! She is so insufferable, overdramatic, and paranoid that it is impossible to like her as a character anymore. On the other hand, Kaylie has changed and evolved into a more likeable and responsible character. This book is a compendium of all I was sent a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. After having read and enjoyed the two previous books in this series, this one was kind of disappointing. Seriously, I wanted to find Danica and kill her with my own hands. I wanted to scream! She is so insufferable, overdramatic, and paranoid that it is impossible to like her as a character anymore. On the other hand, Kaylie has changed and evolved into a more likeable and responsible character. This book is a compendium of all the things that can go wrong during a wedding weekend. And I don't think that someone can be so unlucky, really. The previous books were more realistic and, in my opinion, more enjoyable. I feel very intrigued about some secondary plots that were going on but we just got hints. That was very clever and helped me to keep on turning the pages anytime that Danica and her behavior asked me to stop reading. So I guess now I will have to read the series about the Bradens to know what is going on.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rachelle Ayala

    This is my favorite sisters book yet. We have Danica, the analytical therapist, and Kaylie, the wild free-spirit, and guess what? Their father messed around and they have another sister, Lacy, who they will meet for the very first time at their wedding get together. Lacy is the love child who split Danica and Kaylie's parents apart. Danica wants to make amends, but Kaylie's spitting mad. Meanwhile we have drama with the parents, Helen, Dad, and Madeline. Seems the triangle has not cooled and both This is my favorite sisters book yet. We have Danica, the analytical therapist, and Kaylie, the wild free-spirit, and guess what? Their father messed around and they have another sister, Lacy, who they will meet for the very first time at their wedding get together. Lacy is the love child who split Danica and Kaylie's parents apart. Danica wants to make amends, but Kaylie's spitting mad. Meanwhile we have drama with the parents, Helen, Dad, and Madeline. Seems the triangle has not cooled and both Danica and Lacy are spying on their respective parents and the other woman! I loved this book. Not only was the family drama heart warming and fun, but Danica's a hoot as she tries to keep everything together. She's stressing out on everything and running herself ragged. Meanwhile, Mother Nature does not cooperate and throws them into the middle of a storm. Will their dream wedding turn into a nightmare? Or will there be a silver lining in the clouds?

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jean Segal

    The Snow sisters steamy love story continues. A lovely wedding is planned, but no wedding is perfect. What's a wedding without some crazy family drama. Wow! Lots of twists and turns.. Another great book by Melissa Foster! I highly recommend this book. I received an arc from the author in exchange for an honest review. I honestly loved it! The Snow sisters steamy love story continues. A lovely wedding is planned, but no wedding is perfect. What's a wedding without some crazy family drama. Wow! Lots of twists and turns.. Another great book by Melissa Foster! I highly recommend this book. I received an arc from the author in exchange for an honest review. I honestly loved it!

  14. 4 out of 5

    bookworm

    Strongly recommended if you love books in a series. Getting wrapped up in all the family and friends and seeing how the author makes them all come together perfectly! Love the Love in bloom series!- Danica started to get on my nerves in this one...but was all around a good read

  15. 4 out of 5

    Aditya /

    this is one of the worst books in the series. Nearly every character behaved immaturely during the book, and I did not like the steamy scenes in this one

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    2 stars I just gave up on Danica. I just wanted to find her and throttle her.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    What happens when you have a double destination wedding at a luxurious resort in the Bahamas, lots of family drama, bad weather and get to meet two Braden brothers? Sisters in White is the third book in the Snow Sisters trilogy as we attend the double wedding of the Snow sisters, Danica and Kaylie to Blake and Chaz. Enter family drama in the form of their estranged father who divorced their mother in order to marry his mistress and raise their half-sister Lacy, whom they’ve never met. Unknown to What happens when you have a double destination wedding at a luxurious resort in the Bahamas, lots of family drama, bad weather and get to meet two Braden brothers? Sisters in White is the third book in the Snow Sisters trilogy as we attend the double wedding of the Snow sisters, Danica and Kaylie to Blake and Chaz. Enter family drama in the form of their estranged father who divorced their mother in order to marry his mistress and raise their half-sister Lacy, whom they’ve never met. Unknown to Kaylie, Danica has been in communication with Lacy through email and phone calls. Kaylie can’t forgive her father and struggles with what she perceives as her mother’s weakness. Both sisters struggle with their own views of love, relationships, marriage. forgiveness and acceptance. How will each react to their father, his new wife Madeline and Lacy? Not to mention their mother is there to add a few surprises of her own. We also get a preview of new relationships. Max Armstrong, (Kaylie refers to her as Chaz’s work wife) and Treat Braden, (Blake’s cousin and owner of the resort who is hosting the wedding) as well as Dane Braden, Treat’s younger brother and his attraction to Lacy. We see Sally, Rusty and Gage and wonder what’s going to happen with them.The secondary characters add so much as is Melissa Foster’s way of weaving a poignant love story together and make you beg for more. BJ Harrison has become a favorite narrator of mine and he adds a lot to each of the books. I never feel lost or wonder who’s talking due to his ability to differentiate between the characters. This book wraps up the saga of the Snow sisters very nicely and sets up the beginning for the Braden family saga. This can be listened to as a stand alone, but do yourself a favor and get the other two as well. You won’t be disappointed!

  18. 5 out of 5

    D.

    ** 3 1/2 Stars** The drama continues in this 3rd installment. This reader has been following the Snow sisters from the beginning and has mixed-reviews the lead characters. I was hoping that Danica, being a former Therapist would have evolved/matured a bit more 3 years after her meeting her in the first installment. She had so much personal issues herself, that she herself should have been seeing a Therapist. She's a smart and successful woman, but still hasn't recovered from her parents divorce. ** 3 1/2 Stars** The drama continues in this 3rd installment. This reader has been following the Snow sisters from the beginning and has mixed-reviews the lead characters. I was hoping that Danica, being a former Therapist would have evolved/matured a bit more 3 years after her meeting her in the first installment. She had so much personal issues herself, that she herself should have been seeing a Therapist. She's a smart and successful woman, but still hasn't recovered from her parents divorce. She tries to stay strong for her sister Kaylie and treats her as if they're still young little girls. What I liked reading in this story was the changes in Kaylie. She has moved on with her life and "owned" (view spoiler)[ her motherhood! Having the twins and Chaz in her life the past 3 years, the reader is exposed to the different Kaylie. (hide spoiler)] The 3rd installment also introduces the reader to their father, step-mother and half-sister, Lacy. The drama and some unbelievable situations were sometimes hard to accept, but did add to the story. Enjoyed the introduction of future couples. The "soap opera -esque" world of the Love in Bloom series is something I'm looking forward to continue to read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Linda Ketter

    I wish I could give this 4.5 stars, but the system only allows 4 or 5. So I will verbally tell you it is a 4.5 star read. This was the conclusion to the Snow sisters story with the weddings of a lifetime. Boy did things go haywire. But I love Kayleigh's saying: "What will happen, will happen". Even when mother nature decided she needed a say in the nuptials, Kayleigh was reminded of that saying and after some calming down, she decided it didn't matter and to move on. For her being so high mainten I wish I could give this 4.5 stars, but the system only allows 4 or 5. So I will verbally tell you it is a 4.5 star read. This was the conclusion to the Snow sisters story with the weddings of a lifetime. Boy did things go haywire. But I love Kayleigh's saying: "What will happen, will happen". Even when mother nature decided she needed a say in the nuptials, Kayleigh was reminded of that saying and after some calming down, she decided it didn't matter and to move on. For her being so high maintenance in the previous books, I was surprised and pleased to see her be calm and relatively relaxed. I found this story to be the best of the three stories. I enjoyed watching the characters emotions get the better of them and the storm brewing in the Snow families. I'm curious if we will see Lacey's story in a future book. Hopefully so. BJ Harrison thrilled me in this book. He had me laughing at the seduction scene. And the anger and contempt was very clear at the confrontation scene. This was the first time we truly see Danica flirt and seduce and Mr Harrison played spectacularly.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Patty

    Sisters in White Snow Sisters #3 By: Melissa Foster Narrated by: B.J. Harrison Danica and Kaylie have planned their double wedding down to the last minute. Ready to pledge their love to Blake and Chaz, the two are excited. But what they don't expect and plan for is the family issues that come into play. Their parents divorced, and now their father is coming to the wedding with his current wife and daughter. Danica is excited to meet her sister, Lacy but Kaylie is not! Drama, twists, turns and secret Sisters in White Snow Sisters #3 By: Melissa Foster Narrated by: B.J. Harrison Danica and Kaylie have planned their double wedding down to the last minute. Ready to pledge their love to Blake and Chaz, the two are excited. But what they don't expect and plan for is the family issues that come into play. Their parents divorced, and now their father is coming to the wedding with his current wife and daughter. Danica is excited to meet her sister, Lacy but Kaylie is not! Drama, twists, turns and secrets revealed cause all kinds of problems. Will the wedding get off without a hitch? Give this one a listen. You will be surprised! I loved this book the best out of the trilogy. I think the culmination of the sisters, the history of their parents and the excitement of the wedding really gave me that feel good story emotional heart tug. We also get a peek at some of the Bradon cousins, and I can't wait to hear their books! BJ Harrison finishes out the series with his wonderful voices. I love him, consistent through the three books, we always know who is speaking. He has a very pleasant voice, easy on the ears and he captures all the emotions of the story.

  21. 5 out of 5

    kgagnon

    I have had so much fun following these Snow sisters! Now Danika & Blake and Kaylie & Chaz are having their double, destination wedding in the Bahamas. This beautiful island is the perfect location for the wedding of their dreams! But what happens when one sister invites their long lost father and his new family to the dissatisfaction of the other sister? Or when the weather doesn't cooperate, washing out their outdoor event? This is just the beginning of the obstacles, family drama, and shenanig I have had so much fun following these Snow sisters! Now Danika & Blake and Kaylie & Chaz are having their double, destination wedding in the Bahamas. This beautiful island is the perfect location for the wedding of their dreams! But what happens when one sister invites their long lost father and his new family to the dissatisfaction of the other sister? Or when the weather doesn't cooperate, washing out their outdoor event? This is just the beginning of the obstacles, family drama, and shenanigans that they contend with, making this an exciting, emotional, and swoony romance. I loved the way that Blake helped Danika with her lingering fears, the way both sisters learned to reconcile family issues, putting forgiveness, family, and love above all else. BJ Harrison continues to narrate this sweet, heartfelt, and charming story. I enjoy his smooth, deep voice. It is easy to listen to and so expressive, making me feel all the excitment, urgency, love, and passion these characters felt. This was a fun, exciting and steamy conclusion to the Snow Sister's story!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bette Stanek

    This is the third book in the Love in Bloom series by Ms Foster, the story that brings everything almost full circle and points toward the spinoff series featuring the Bradens. Sisters in White picks up about three years after Sisters in Bloom ended. Everyone is headed to Nassau for the big weddings. Kaylie doesn’t know it yet, but Danica has invited their father and his new family to the festivities. Danica doesn’t quite know how to break it to Kaylie; she knows Kaylie is not going to be happy This is the third book in the Love in Bloom series by Ms Foster, the story that brings everything almost full circle and points toward the spinoff series featuring the Bradens. Sisters in White picks up about three years after Sisters in Bloom ended. Everyone is headed to Nassau for the big weddings. Kaylie doesn’t know it yet, but Danica has invited their father and his new family to the festivities. Danica doesn’t quite know how to break it to Kaylie; she knows Kaylie is not going to be happy about it. There is a lot of self-revelation going on in this book. Danica and Kaylie have matured and are mostly able to resolve their individual issues. Danica did become tedious in this one, but not to the point I wanted to throw the book down. Kaylie was refreshingly un-self-absorbed. Sisters in White is a great conclusion to this trilogy. I’m looking forward to discovering what secrets the Braden family are holding onto. I mean, there have to be secrets, right?

  23. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Sisters in White is the culmination of the telling of the love stories of sister Lacy and Danica, they have finally reached their wedding day! Blake and Danica and Lacy and Chaz have all descended on a tropical island, courtesy of Blake's cousin along with their family members for the double wedding of their dreams. Unfortunately, all does not go as planned. Sisters in White is a wonderfully drama-filled, hilarious and tender book that shows the love between the Snow Sisters, with the addition o Sisters in White is the culmination of the telling of the love stories of sister Lacy and Danica, they have finally reached their wedding day! Blake and Danica and Lacy and Chaz have all descended on a tropical island, courtesy of Blake's cousin along with their family members for the double wedding of their dreams. Unfortunately, all does not go as planned. Sisters in White is a wonderfully drama-filled, hilarious and tender book that shows the love between the Snow Sisters, with the addition of the newest Snow sister, which is a cause of quite a bit of the drama and laughs...especially when they go snorkeling. Along with a bit of drama from Mother Nature and Chaz's assistant finding a sweet treat that she wasn't quite expecting at the resort. I loved Sisters in White and listening to all the drama and love was an incredible way to experience the story, do yourself a favor and get Sisters in White today to read all about the incredible Snow Sisters!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Missy

    Sisters in White is the third book in this series, Snow Sisters. It is the story of double wedding of Danica & Blake and Kaylie & Chaz. Set in the beautiful Bahamas, this is the first book that we heard about some of the delicious Bradens - Treat and Dane. We also meet Lacy - Danica and Kaylie's little sister. I first read this book in print but I have to say I really enjoyed listen to this book. The narrator does a fine job being Melissa's words to live. The one suggestion I would make is remem Sisters in White is the third book in this series, Snow Sisters. It is the story of double wedding of Danica & Blake and Kaylie & Chaz. Set in the beautiful Bahamas, this is the first book that we heard about some of the delicious Bradens - Treat and Dane. We also meet Lacy - Danica and Kaylie's little sister. I first read this book in print but I have to say I really enjoyed listen to this book. The narrator does a fine job being Melissa's words to live. The one suggestion I would make is remember to wear head phones or listen in private some of the scenes are hot! This book is wonderful as a stand alone story but take my word start at the beginning as you will fall in love with these characters and all the ones to come. Enjoy!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Virginia

    Danika and Blake along with her sister Kaylie and Chaz had arrived at Nassau to have a double wedding. The sisters were expecting their father and his second wife Madeline and their half-sister Lacy to come. Kaylie hadn't seen him since she got out of college and she wasn't happy about it. When they arrived Lacy looked like Kaylie, but she had Danika's curly hair. Kaylie started acting out like a child with anger issues. Danika and Kaylie's mother was coming with Kaylie and Chaz's twins. Then a Danika and Blake along with her sister Kaylie and Chaz had arrived at Nassau to have a double wedding. The sisters were expecting their father and his second wife Madeline and their half-sister Lacy to come. Kaylie hadn't seen him since she got out of college and she wasn't happy about it. When they arrived Lacy looked like Kaylie, but she had Danika's curly hair. Kaylie started acting out like a child with anger issues. Danika and Kaylie's mother was coming with Kaylie and Chaz's twins. Then a big storm happens! Whatever happens, happens! Go along for this slippery slope of a story with twists and turns. Melissa spins a fantastic story and B. J. Harrison narrates the audiobook into our minds to stay.

  26. 5 out of 5

    The Book Junkie Reads . . .

    weddings are not always perfect, but they should be memorable. . . Overall 4 out of 5 stars Performance 3 out of 5 stars Story 4 out of 5 stars What could go wrong does go wrong with an island destination wedding. These sisters inwhitw find that after years of preparation there are still some things that cannot be planned for. We get to see the two happy couples find that sometimes life dishes out its own brand of reality. A new sister, a bit forgotten father, a little payback from cheating, bond weddings are not always perfect, but they should be memorable. . . Overall 4 out of 5 stars Performance 3 out of 5 stars Story 4 out of 5 stars What could go wrong does go wrong with an island destination wedding. These sisters inwhitw find that after years of preparation there are still some things that cannot be planned for. We get to see the two happy couples find that sometimes life dishes out its own brand of reality. A new sister, a bit forgotten father, a little payback from cheating, bonding friendships, bonding sisters, great cousins, wonderful assistance, and then there were friends and extended family. Another just okay performance by the narrator.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Zagrod

    I received this audiobook free for an honest review. This author writes a very down-to-earth story. Melissa Foster knows how to grip the listener/reader and gives the real heartwrenching truth about family relationships. She shows how the romance between two people can overcome some of the most trying family relationships. However, she shows how working through your issues is better than letting them grow without addressing them. Loved this third story in a great series. The narrator did a great I received this audiobook free for an honest review. This author writes a very down-to-earth story. Melissa Foster knows how to grip the listener/reader and gives the real heartwrenching truth about family relationships. She shows how the romance between two people can overcome some of the most trying family relationships. However, she shows how working through your issues is better than letting them grow without addressing them. Loved this third story in a great series. The narrator did a great job with the characters, their emotions and their personalities. So looking forward to the next story.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    Would we ever expect anything to go quite “right” when it comes to the Kaylie and Danica? Well this love story takes place in Nassau Bahamas where the two are slated to marry their forever loves but of course it wouldn’t be a Melissa Foster romance without some twists and turns and in this case a storm that threatens to upend the wedding along with some family drama. If you get a chance before the summers over grab the book or download the audible edition and fall in love with the Snow sisters a Would we ever expect anything to go quite “right” when it comes to the Kaylie and Danica? Well this love story takes place in Nassau Bahamas where the two are slated to marry their forever loves but of course it wouldn’t be a Melissa Foster romance without some twists and turns and in this case a storm that threatens to upend the wedding along with some family drama. If you get a chance before the summers over grab the book or download the audible edition and fall in love with the Snow sisters again. I personally loved listening to the audible edition while out on walks because it allowed me to delve into their world and escape the realities of daily life!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Bates

    Sisters in White is the ending of the Snow sisters being the main characters. In true Melissa factor this book didn't disappoint. We get to meet the Braden's. From there this whole world is opened up. Danica and Kaylie will always hold a special place as they were my first characters that's made me fall in love with Melissa as an author. Onto the audiobook. As in the other audiobooks I've listened to by Melissa, BJ does a great job. He picked up on the emotions and inflections of the characters a Sisters in White is the ending of the Snow sisters being the main characters. In true Melissa factor this book didn't disappoint. We get to meet the Braden's. From there this whole world is opened up. Danica and Kaylie will always hold a special place as they were my first characters that's made me fall in love with Melissa as an author. Onto the audiobook. As in the other audiobooks I've listened to by Melissa, BJ does a great job. He picked up on the emotions and inflections of the characters and their feelings. His voice is also very soothing. Can't wait to listen to the next one.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Angie McCune

    This book focuses on the double wedding of sisters Danica and Kaylie to their fiances, Blake and Chaz. This destination wedding in the Bahamas turns out to be quite an adventure. Strained parent relationships, bonding with half-sister Lacy, and a little weather excitement cause this wedding weekend to be more than what Danica and Kaylie bargained for. I enjoyed listening the audio version of this book after reading the print version when it was first released. I truly enjoyed revisiting this char This book focuses on the double wedding of sisters Danica and Kaylie to their fiances, Blake and Chaz. This destination wedding in the Bahamas turns out to be quite an adventure. Strained parent relationships, bonding with half-sister Lacy, and a little weather excitement cause this wedding weekend to be more than what Danica and Kaylie bargained for. I enjoyed listening the audio version of this book after reading the print version when it was first released. I truly enjoyed revisiting this characters as well as the others in the Braden stories still to come, particularly Treat’s story!

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