Coming Unglued
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Coming Unglued

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by Rebeca Seitz
     
 

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Coming Unglued is the second book in the SISTERS, INK series of novels. At the center of the creativity and humor are four unlikely young adult sisters, each separately adopted during early childhood into the loving home of Marilyn and Jack Sinclair.
 
Ten years after their mother Marilyn has died, the multi-racial Sinclair sisters (Meg, Kendra,

Overview

Coming Unglued is the second book in the SISTERS, INK series of novels. At the center of the creativity and humor are four unlikely young adult sisters, each separately adopted during early childhood into the loving home of Marilyn and Jack Sinclair.
 
Ten years after their mother Marilyn has died, the multi-racial Sinclair sisters (Meg, Kendra, Tandy, and Joy) still return to her converted attic scrapbooking studio in the small town of Stars Hill, Tennessee, to encourage each other through life’s highs and lows. They’ve even turned their artistic passion into a new local scrapbooking business known as Sisters, Ink.
 
Coming Unglued focuses on painter and musician Kendra who struggles with her sense of self-worth—a struggle that only intensifies when she realizes a “friendship” developed with a guy at a jazz club is actually an emotional affair. With her sisters’ help, Kendra strives to do what’s right, embracing the call to safeguard her heart and mind and hold fast to God’s truth and grace.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780805446913
Publisher:
B&H Publishing Group
Publication date:
07/01/2008
Series:
Sisters, Ink Series, #2
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
1,008,410
Product dimensions:
5.60(w) x 10.88(h) x 0.83(d)

Meet the Author


Rebeca Seitz, in addition to her own literary work, is founder and president of Glass Road Public Relations, a company dedicated solely to representing novelists who write from a Christian worldview.  She has previously worked with authors including Ted Dekker, Frank Peretti, Robin Jones Gunn, and Brandilyn Collins.  

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Coming Unglued 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
LovenGod More than 1 year ago
Coming Unglued Rebeca Seitz 2008 B&H Publishing Group Fiction/Chicklit/Scrapbooking www.sistersink.net Reviewed by Cindy Loven The sisters are together again, Tandy has moved home and along with her sisters they have started a business, Sisters Ink. All four sisters, Tandy, Kendra, Joy and Meg are partners in the business, with Kendra and Tandy operating the business. Life is chaotic as usual when the sisters are together, Tandy is planning a wedding, Meg is busy as ever with her children, Joy is anxiously trying to have a baby and Kendra is in deep trouble. Kendra knows it is wrong, but the side of her that tells her she is just like her birth mom, tells her she does not deserve a wonderful man like Darin, whom she has been dating for four months, instead it tells her she only deserves the married man who is pursuing her. Kendra knows this is wrong, but the attraction is deep, and she is in over her head. The sisters recognize Kendra's pattern and try to help, as sisters do. Follow along as Kendra solves her problems, while creating even more at times. Rebeca has given us another wonderful book, and I am just in love with this author and this series of books. I love how she is really bringing in the faith these sisters have been brought up to have. This book and this publisher have combined to bring us reading that is clean and really wonderful fiction. I highly recommend these books, and give this book a 5 star rating. 312 pages $14.99 US Websites of Interest http://sistersink.net http://PureEnjoyment.com http://bhpublishinggroup.com
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Coming Unglued' is nothing short of fabulous. It is an absolute page turner for me that I could not put down until the very end that left me with tears. As book two of a Sisters, Ink novel it does well and could be read as a stand alone although it does continue where 'Sisters, Ink' left off with a focus on Kendra (book one is a focus on Tandy). This story is about forgiveness and seeing sins as what they really are and growing as an individual and as a person leaving the past as what it is. I'm not sure that anyone could read this story without related a little bit or possibly a lot to the pain of what is going on. But it is amazing how things that seem like there is no solution can be worked out in a manner or form. This book is by far going on my keeper shelf and I cannot wait for the next books in the series to follow along with the other sisters in their journeys of life. Like the first book there was a confusion of a double take with a name swap or two, but it doesn't take away from the story much at all if you're paying attention and caught up in what is happening. I'd recommend this read to anyone really, especially someone in need of some healing and romance. You might be a little surprised at what you can learn about yourself through the lives of these fabulous characters.
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Suholo More than 1 year ago
After thoroughly enjoying "Sisters, Ink.", I looked forward to reading Kendra's story. Sadly, after reading the first few chapters I couldn't finish the book. While I do realize there IS a place for a book written about the mess caused by marital infidelity, I do not believe this is the place. I choose Christian fiction romance books as an escape and inspiration from the problems of the day which reality includes marital difficulties. Having looked forward to a sequel of a great book, I was angered by the main character - who I had previously liked - being "the other woman". End of liking. I skimmed the end, I guess hoping that I could find the character that I liked. Realizing I missed the pages where I suppose a true repentance might have been, I still found the character's actions self-centered and self-serving and , I was again angered about the unrealistic ending. When you hurt people, you can't just "plan" a way to fix it. I guess I can't forgive the author because I won't be buying the remainder of this series and will carefully scrutinize before I buy any more of her books.