Coming Unglued is the second in a series of books about a group of four adoptive sisters (who happen to be of different races) who live in a small town near Nashville. They co-own a business which is run by two of them-an internet club that networks scrapbookers. The sisters, of course, are all avid scrappers and one of their rules is that if a sister in crisis calls a "scrap nite" all the other sisters have to come to work on scrap books and to hear each others problems. The main character in this book is one who runs the business. She has two men in her life and this is the story of her relationships with them and how those relationships effect her relationships with her sisters. It is Christian fiction so her relationship with God is also part of the story.
There is a point in the story at which one of the sisters reminds another that all sins are the same--none are worse than the other in God's eyes. I know that is a common belief in the Baptist/non-denominational world but besides being different from Catholic belief, that one defies common sense and is un-Biblical. The story does show however, how unrepented venial (small) sins can open the door to serious (mortal) sin.
I enjoyed the book and will look for other by the same author.