Sister Surrogate by Lachelle Weaver Review & Giveaway

Three sisters and a baby equal family drama… Bridgette, Ivy and Savannah have always been close, and as with any sisterhood, it hasn’t been without its challenges, but they always manage to come together in times of need. When the youngest, Savannah is faced with a life altering illness which threatens her lifelong desire to have children, one of her sisters offer to give her the ultimate gift–to become her surrogate. While Savannah is overwhelmed with happiness and gratitude about motherhood, not everyone in the family shares her sentiments. The upcoming addition to their family seems to cause discord rather than joy.

Let me start by saying the synopsis for this book immediately caught my attention. A story about such a sensitive subject could either be a drama-filled saga or one of true love. Sister Surrogate was a truly a journey filled with many emotions. 

Sister Surrogate reminds us that we might have good intentions to help someone in a “bad” situation, but sometimes we need to stop and think about how all parties involved will react. Sister Surrogate also reminds us that there is a fine line between wanting to play hero and coming off as selfish. 

LaChelle Weaver has done an exemplary job of weaving a realistic tale of emotions and reactions surrounding one single decision. Sister Surrogate is a true page turner that makes the reader think about which family is more important: the one you’re born into or the one you receive once you marry. Sister Surrogate proves that Weaver has a very bright future in the literary industry!

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of Sister Surrogate in exchange for an honest review. 

Enter to win a copy of Sister Surrogate by simply leaving a comment stating what sisterhood (with either your biological sisters or your sister friends) means to you. One winner will win a paperback copy of the book. Giveaway ends Monday, July 25th at 6pm EST. Good luck!


  1. Great review Tiffany! This book sounds very interesting and you don’t often see this topic. I have 3 sisters, but we aren’t as close as I would hope we would. I do have friends that are just like my real sisters. Having a sisterhood is about having a bond. Someone who can both support you, encourage, challenge you, and also keep it real with you.

  2. Christine Pauls says:

    Being the youngest and my sisters much older, I feel like I have both mothers and sisters. I love listening to there stories from there youth and giving me valuable advice and knowledge. It’s also wonderful to have the opportunity to have close relationships. There love is unconditional and I’m proud to call them “my sisters.”

  3. Mary Preston says:

    I have 5 sisters. 4 older, 1 younger. They mean the world to me. We are all so very different, but get along very well.

  4. I have no biological sisters, but have always wanted one. However, family is not always those who are related by blood. I have been blessed with two “sisters” who have been the answer to prayer. They have stood by my side closer than my relatives, and vice versa. Their friendship means the world to me. I’m blessed to call them sister.

  5. LaShonda Silver says:

    I am the oldest of four. Only one brother. The sisters bond is strong. We have our differences but the live and respect we have for each other can not be broken. We have included our daughters in the bond. That bond with us as well as each other. Don’t get me wrong, the bond of the men are strong but there is nothing like sisterhood.

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