The Fine Art of Insincerity is a novel by Angela Hunt. She writes Inspirational fiction. This story focuses on three sisters who couldn’t be more different in their lives and relationships. How could they possibly come together?
Ginger is putting the final touches on the sale of her grandmother’s beach house. All she needs is her sisters to come and help over the Labor Day weekend. Ginger knows what she wants and makes a list which should be easy to accomplish. Or will it once she learns what her husband has been up to? Then there is Penny Royal who has almost as many marriages as their grandmother. She feels it is time to leave another marriage. Or is it? Could she find what she is truly looking for with her current husband? What about Rose the baby of the family? Rose has had almost as many marriages but is happily married to Wert, a biker. They have a farm and take care of animals that are in need of retiring from their day jobs. There is a deep dark secret that Rose is harboring but will her sisters figure it out in time?
I liked this novel. I didn’t love it. I think that I had a hard time getting over the insincerity issues that each sister has. They do have a lot to unpack between each of them. I thought it was a great plot twist that the women find cassettes and a journal that their grandmother left them which details secrets of the her life. This novel was set in Georgia on St. Simons Island. A place that I would love to visit!