If you’ve been following Tristi Pinkston around, you know she’s a little kooky. Til Death Do Us Part, the last installment in the Secrets Sisters series, is no exception. Ida Mae and her friends have a knack for finding trouble. This is a warm and funny story that will keep you reading. There are five books in the Secret Sisters series. You’ll want to read them all, but if you only read one, I’d pick Til Death Do Us Part. It’s my favorite.
When charming—and mostly bald—widower George Gilmore asked Ida Mae Babbitt to marry him, she was surprised and delighted. But now he has made another proposal—to hold the wedding in two weeks, while all his children are in town. Flustered but sure she can handle it with the help of her friends, Ida Mae agrees.
The plan doesn’t go over so well with George’s family, however, and Ida Mae finds herself the victim of a plot to stop the wedding. At first the incidents seem like harmless pranks, but they escalate until Ida Mae finds herself in real danger—and in real pain. Bells are ringing, but are they wedding bells or death kells?
Tristi Pinkston is the author of fourteen published books - "Nothing to Regret," "Strength to Endure," "Season of Sacrifice," "Agent in Old Lace," "Secret Sisters," "Dearly Departed," "Bless Your Heart," "Hang 'Em High," "Targets in Ties," "Women of Strength," "Million Dollar Diva," "Virtual Book Tours," "Taking Out the Trash," and "Turning Pages."
She also works as a freelance editor and online writing instructor.
When she's not writing, editing, or homeschooling her children, she enjoys reading, watching good movies, and taking really long naps.