If you love Jill Shalvis and Susan Mallery, then you won’t want to miss this heartfelt novel by New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Ryan in which sisters must come back together and mend their relationship before it’s too late.
There’s nothing more complicated than the relationship among family…
And the Silva Sisters are no exception.
For Sierra it means returning home with her two little boys after a devastating Napa wildfire takes her home, her job, and even the last mementos of her late husband, David. Determined to start over, how can she ever reveal the truth—that her husband may have led a double life?
To the world, Amy’s world is perfect: handsome husband, delightful children, an Instagram-worthy home. But behind this facade lies an awful truth: her marriage is rocky, her children resentful, her home on the verge of breaking up.
Heather, impulsive, free-spirited, and single mom to an adorable little girl, lives for the moment wearing a carefree smile. But she refuses to reveal the truth about her daughter’s father, and his identity remains a mystery even to her family.
As the Silva Sisters secrets are revealed, each realizes that there is more to their family than meets the eyes…and forgiveness may be the only way to move forward and reclaim true happiness at last.
Sisters and Secrets
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Sisters and Secrets by Jennifer Ryan is about three sisters and the masks they wear to camouflage what is happening in their lives, the secrets they have, second chance at love, finding forgiveness, family, the realities of life and how we learn to handle what life gives us...
Such a good book
Wow, does this touch on so many of the “feels”. Sibling rivalry, sisterly love, selfish actions, ways we hurt the people closest to us, reaching out for forgiveness, trying to give that forgiveness. Marriage, doubts, pain, & death. Old love, new love. This book has all of that & so much more. If you are hesitant about buying this one just buy it. You won’t regret it. You won’t regret it if you don’t only because you will not know what you just missed! Jennifer Ryan has written a wonderful book & it especially resonates if you have a sister.