Monday Review of The Weather Girls Sunny

The Weather Girls Book 1 Sunny by Jennifer Lynn Carry had me tripping down memory lane. Bell bottom jeans how I miss you. Though I’d probably trip and break a hip if I wore them now.

Carry has interspersed memorabilia and songs from that decade that are sure to bring back a memory for you as well if you were around for the 70s. If you weren’t, The Weather Girls is a great place to learn about a normal family in that decade.

Wait, did I say normal? It’s not. It’s like so many families of that time, touched by broken marriage vows and each of the sisters in this series has her own issues that need to be healed from growing up in a broken home.

Sounds like a downer doesn’t it? It’s not! It’s a laugh out loud, grab the tissues and a warm hug kind of read.

I’ve had the chance to read the series and the other books will be out soon. There is not a disappointing moment between these covers.

Victorian house daisies floating in the sky keys

She got stood up on Valentine’s Day…

…Then she lost her job

Could the legend of the cardinal change her luck?

With a disposition as bright as her name, Sunny shakes off the worst day of her life and makes a new start. She’s got the brains that it takes, but she’s more than a little scared. It’s not just her reputation on the line.

Would this cockeyed adventure be the thing her siblings needed too?

Pat only wants peace in the family and never dreamed doing a favor for his sister could drop him into so much hot water. Torn between what he’s always wanted and what is staring him in the face, someone is bound to get hurt.

Odds are it will be him.

But then, only the cardinal knows for sure.

Return to 1970 Indiana with Sunny, the first book in The Weather Girls series for the miniskirts, bell-bottoms, and Christian family values.

You’ll love Sunny for the music, the fashions, and the hilarious antics, because who can resist a romantic trip down memory lane?

Buy Sunny today.

carry out cup for hot drink, old fashioned typewriter, picture frame with book cover

About Diana Brandmeyer

Christian author Diana Lesire Brandmeyer writes historical and contemporary romances set from the Midwest to the Mountains. She’s written Mind of Her Own, Frontier Legacy Brides, Small Town Brides, and A Time for Love, among others. Once widowed and now remarried she writes with humor and experience on the difficulty of joining two families be it fictional or real life.

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