''Full of vivid period detail and vibrant characters that readers will be rooting for, SECRET SISTERS is a loving testament to the power of sisterhood and to what is possible when women support and champion one another.'' --(Alyssa Palombo, author of THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN FLORENCE)
''Secret Sisters is a fascinating historical novel about one young woman's effort to establish the first women's fraternity at her college in 1881, while also trying to penetrate male dominated physicians' program where she is the only female student. Beth Carrington's crusade for equality is as à propos for these times as it was more than a century ago. You can't help but root for this sharp-witted, courageous heroine to stake her claim in a world in which she knows she deserves to be.'' --(Joanna Goodman, author of THE FINISHING SCHOOL)
''Joy Callaway's second novel is a galvanizing, insightful read based on the founding of America's first sorority. With a believable and winsome heroine, Callaway achieves the perfect balance between rich historical detail and themes that are modern and fresh. Smart and satisfying, Secret Sisters drives home the importance of fighting for your beliefs, widening your mindset, and finding your tribe.'' --(Michelle Gable, New York Times bestselling author of A PARIS APARTMENT and THE BOOK OF SUMMER)
''A shining example of the power of persistent women united in their aim to reshape history. Secret Sisters is a celebration of those who dared to challenge convention at the risk of expulsion, rejection, and personal loss. Callaway has done a beautiful job bringing to light this little-known story of America's first women's fraternity and so much more.'' --(Sarah McCoy, New York Times bestselling author of THE BAKER'S DAUGHTER and THE MAPMAKER'S CHILDREN)
About the Author
Audiobook Narrator Bio: Alana Kerr Collins is an Earphones Award-winning audiobook narrator. She is also an actor, puppeteer, and singer who studied at the Impulse Company in London and earned a BA in drama and English at the University of Dublin, Trinity College. She starred in the short films Rachel 9000, The Deal, and Veritas and has appeared in several television series, including Emu and Big City Park.