Three women. Three houses. Three devestations.
Each home in this tiny cul-de-sac needs to be gutted but each for different reasons.
Andi’s needs to by physically gutted. It may seem to the word that this pediatrician has it together but she’s the family under-achiever and was just dumped at the alter by her 10-year boyfriend for his secretary. To try to get her life on track this thirty year old left city life to start her own practice and learn to live life alone.
Boston looks as brittle as she feels. For the last six months she and the love of her life have been on a precipice – either they need to get over the death of their darling child or end this marriage.
Deanna, has the perfect life. She has everything she needs and the social standing to prove it – until her husband gives her an ultimatum. Either she becomes the wife and mother they need or she needs to go it alone. For the life of her, Deanna doesn’t even know that she’s ever done anything wrong… she’s always tried to be perfect.
Will these women ever work it out? Will they learn that friendship and love can get them through this?
I don’t remember the last time I just sat and LOVED a book. I devoured every single work of this book. Yes, it’s got Ms. Mallery’s wonderful sense of humor and three sweet romances but the portrayal of friendship is what really did it for me.
I’ve never enjoyed books where emotion or friendship was the forefront of the plot but I can’t say that I’ve never enjoyed a book more than this one. Oh, you so need to RUN out and grab this one!!
|Source:||Harlequin-MIRA via Netgalley|
|Series:||Blackberry Island, #2|
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5 Replies to “Review: Three Sisters”
Wow! A+ woo hoo!
I have not read a Susan Mallery yet. I think I own a couple though.
Oh, I love her books! Sometimes they’re a bit steamier than I prefer but it’s only ever a couple pages and the characters are always worth the reading!