Angel Sister by Ann H. Gabhart

  Regina  Review by:  Regina

Title:  Angel Sister

Author:  Ann H. Gabhart

Collection:  Adult Fiction

The Merritts live in Rosey Corner, a little town in Kentucky during the Great Depression – a time of great loss. Kate Merritt, the middle daughter of Victor and Nadine, is 14, wise and sensible, but is sensitive to the fact that her father has nightmares from World War I and drinks too much. A huge chasm has developed between him and her steady, hardworking mother. Kate also sees the rift between both of her grandfathers – they are stern town leaders who hold grudges, insist on being heard, and can not be pleased. When Kate finds an orphaned little girl, named Lorena Birdsong, abandoned on the church steps, she wants to save and adopt her as her own sister – but both grandfathers have other plans.

A wonderful, heartwarming and inspiring book with great depth that will uplift you. By the end of the book, you’ll wish you didn’t have to say goodbye to Kate and her family.

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