Sisters is a spectacular tale of loss, heartbreak and one family’s triumph against the cruelties of fate.
Candy is blazing her way as an international supermodel . . . Her sister, Tammy, has a L.A. job producing the most successful hit show on TV. . . In New York, oldest sister Sabrina is an ambitious young lawyer, while Annie is an American artist in Florence . . . On one Fourth of July, the four sisters return home for their family’s annual gathering. But before the holiday is over, tragedy strikes and their world is changed forever.
Now, the sisters must come together to support each other with the kind of honesty and unconditional love only sisters can provide.
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Four stunningly beautiful Connecticut-bred sisters pursue their\t\t disparate careers in prolific Steel's (H.R.H.) latest. There's Candy, 21, a supermodel with\t\t an eating disorder, on location in Paris; Annie, 26, a RISD-grad studying\t\t painting in Florence; Tammy, at 29 an L.A. TV producer with a new hit and no\t\t life; and Sabrina, 34, a workaholic, commitment-phobic family attorney. No\t\t matter what, all meet at Mommy and Daddy's for July 4, Thanksgiving and\t\t Christmas. During one of the reunions, a disastrous car accident kills their\t\t beautiful, dutiful mother and leaves artist Annie blind. Sabrina comes up with\t\t a plan for the sisters to live ensemble in a\t\t New York brownstone, so that they might grieve and ease Annie's transition into\t\t the sightless world. The questions then become Will Candy eat? Will Sabrina\t\t commit? Will Tammy have a hit? Will Annie transition? And will Dad love again?\t\t Legions of fans expect an emphatic yes, and they won't be disappointed. But\t\t they can also expect decapitation, rape and emotional betrayal, which work like\t\t little shocks to keep pages turning.