REVIEW: The Happy Hour Choir by Sally Kilpatrick


The Happy Hour ChoirFollow the story of Beulah, Ginger and Tiffany as three different women find themselves tied together as a family.  Beulah is the main character and she has been struggling for over 10 years to make peace with her circumstances.  Ginger is the wise, older woman who gives and gives of herself.  Tiffany, just finishing high school, has her life tossed apart.  These three form a family and the nurturing it provides to each of them is awesome.

Of course, we have the story of the happy hour choir which is exactly as it sounds…a church choir is formed from patrons of the next-to-the-church bar.  The effects of that ministry thread through the book, too.

It’s a unique story that’s worth reading. Thanks to Kensington Press for providing me an advance copy to read and review in my own words.

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