The Pearl Sister is the fourth book in the number one international bestselling Seven Sisters series by Lucinda Riley.
After her beloved sister, Star, breaks free of their close relationship, CeCe is bereft and feels totally abandoned.
Struggling to cope alone, she decides that she too must try to move on and endeavour to find her own life outside the sibling bubble that has formed her entire world.
Wishing to run as far away as she can from the pain of her loss, she decides to head for the farthest corner of the earth - Australia, a country she has always had an irrational fear of visiting, yet the place where she knows her own story originally began.
Stopping off in transit in Thailand to build courage to continue her journey, she retreats to a beach where she and Star had once spent time together. There, CeCe meets a mysterious man, who seems to be as reclusive as she is...
Eventually arriving in Australia, CeCe must overcome her fear of being alone and also piece together the tangled strands of her heritage from the clues Pa Salt, her father, has left her.
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The Pearl Sister
Wonderful read again, especially as I live in Western Australia and have travelled to all the places in this book. I love the easy way the story went from present to past. Complex and immensely interesting storyline that kept me interested from beginning to end.
Couldn’t put it down
Loved this story, and the series, so far.
The author draws you in from the beginning, it flows from England, to Thailand and then on to Australia. Seamlessly moves from past to present in the storyline. The characters are ones you can identify with, I think they are the same personality types the world over. Those trying to make good, the heir trying to please the patriarch! The spare having more free rein, therefore being a more likeable chap. As an Australian I have enjoyed this story the most. I hope all the loose ends get tied up, in book 7
Loved the fact that whilst the author was writing this story she signed a television deal for the saga of the seven sisters. Really looking forward to that.
Each book so far is like a geography and history lesson.
To pick up any Lucinda Riley book you know you are going to travel and be enthralled whilst you immerse yourself in this authors work.
Just an absolute total delight.