Year In Reading (Book Reviews)

Bufflehead Sisters by Patricia J. DeLois


Janet had always wanted a sister, but her mother’s many miscarriages had prevented any siblings to be a part of her family.  Until one day, Janet met Sophie.  They became fast friends and were inseparable; calling themselves sisters.  Janet regales us with the story of their friendship and a fierce bond that held them together through the good and bad times.

With its coming of age story line  Patricia J. DeLois portrays a young girl’s first sexual encounter with vivid and accurate details.  She then reveals the strength it takes for a young lady to survive in a dysfunctional home.  Bufflehead Sisters was a humorous novel laced with explicit sexual content.  This book is a recommended read for those who enjoy the bonds of friendship and the love of family.