It was a cute story. A prequel to "Sisters, Ink." In a nutshell, Jane's husband cheated on her via the Internet. Her best friend had tried to point out his cheating ways the day of her marriage, but Jane wouldn't listen. Now, 2 years later, she finds herself divorced and on her own. Through her love of scrapbooking, she finds 3 other women with whom she becomes friends.
The story is told through different viewpoints and covers each life: Jane's decision to move forward or accept back her ex-husband, Lydia's inattentive husband, Mari's fertility and adoption issues, and Mac's wayward daughter. Through it all, the "sisters" love and support each other.
The story is funny and full of pop culture references: Stargate, Galactica, Creating Keepsakes and Stacy Julian, etc. It's a light read, and it's Christian without being preachy. It fell a bit flat though as each story, predictably, wraps up too neatly at the same time.
It did make me realize how much I miss having close girlfriends.