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Publisher's Summary

Having a younger, beautiful sister is hard enough. Having one who’s on the cover of magazines and is loved by all? Torture. For single mom Marie Stephens, all she wants is to survive her new business, provide for her children, and ignore the intense feelings she has for her married neighbor.

When her famous sister, Sadie, shows up after a five-year absence, Marie’s normal life ceases to exist. Add in their celebrity-obsessed mother, it’s no wonder they can’t get along.

The most important thing Sadie and Marie will learn? Accepting your sister can change your life.

©2019 Roxanne Rhaman (P)2020 Roxanne Rhaman

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Great listen!

I loved that everything about this story was life in the normal lane where sibling rivalries and impossible Mom's and single parenting and scary PTA ladies are the norm. There was no over-the-top plot to hurt anyone or any sinister bad guys with a maniacal bent on destruction taking front and center. Thank you Roxanne Rhaman!! I could not get enough of this narrator!!! This was a wonderfully simple story but it was still very much character driven. Blom's narration was outstanding.

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GREAT READ!

I enjoyed it! The narration was great and kept me entertained! The author did a great job with the character builds and plot. This was my first book by this author but definitely not my last! I look forward to reading more books by this author! I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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excellent job, very easy to binge listen

A great book, very easy to listen to and looking forward to the second book.

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Excellent. Love it!

This was the first book I’ve read/listened to by Roxanne Rhaman. I really enjoyed the story. The narrator was great. I listen to audible while working and caught myself several time not working because I got so caught up in the story.

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Good book

That’s My Sister is a story of a dysfunctional family and their journey. It has drama, some humor, and romance. The characters are interesting and the main character shows the realistic struggle between being a strong, independent woman, single parenthood, and finding love.

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  • 09-14-20

Two sisters couldn't be more different.

It was a nice story about a woman struggling with her life as its so different to her famous sisters life. One sister had all the luck the other is down on her luck with 2 children and living with her mother after her husband dies. The narrator did a goud job with the voices. I liked the book but it's like when you watch a program and you don't like the main character. The program might be great but you're not invested in it. The main character in this is down on her luck but to me she was a bit annoying. She's been pushed to the side for years and looked down on by her mother all because her mother favoured the talented sister. But Marie the main character whinges a bit too much and can't let anything good happen to her. She let's her mother push her around a lot. So she annoyed me a bit and I wanted to shake some sense into her. But otherwise its a good story. I received a free copy of this book from the author but the review is my own opinion.

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  • A D.
  • 08-20-20

When life gives you second chances...

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It isn't always easy for a book to be both escapism and entirely relatable, but this story does it. The story is about relationships, between mothers and daughters, sisters, friends and lovers, with a real feel-good factor. The plot somehow manages to tap into the gently progress of the mundane in life, like work and routine, without actually being mundane. I remained interested from start to finish! The best part is the possibilities for second chances because all the characters, no matter now quirky and dramatic, are lovable and deserve the chance for a do-over. The story successfully carries the reader from start to finish in a gently, affirming and satisfying way. Thoroughly enjoyable! Jennifer Blom does a fantastic job of performing this book. She successfully draws the audience into the book and delivers the subtle nuances of each character, their strengths, vulnerabilities, pain and more. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.