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Number-one New York Times best-selling author Susan Mallery pens a love story of a different sort...a heartfelt tale of friendship between two women who used to be sisters.

Once upon a time, when her dad married Sage’s mom, Daisy was thrilled to get a bright and shiny new sister. But Sage was beautiful and popular, everything Daisy was not, and she made sure Daisy knew it.

Sage didn’t have Daisy’s smarts - she had to go back a grade to enroll in the fancy rich-kid school. So she used her popularity as a weapon, putting Daisy down to elevate herself. After the divorce, the stepsisters’ rivalry continued until the final, improbable straw: Daisy married Sage’s first love, and Sage fled California.

Eighteen years, two kids, and one troubled marriage later, Daisy never expects - or wants - to see Sage again. But when the little sister they have in common needs them both, they put aside their differences to care for Cassidy. As long-buried truths are revealed, no one is more surprised than they when friendship blossoms.

Their fragile truce is threatened by one careless act that could have devastating consequences. They could turn their backs on each other again...or they could learn to forgive once and for all and finally become true sisters of the heart.

©2021 Susan Mallery (P)2021 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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An alright story with a sh$#& ending. **SPOILERS**

This is my second Susan Mallery story. I decided to get this book because the first one wasn't bad. The story is about Daisy and her relationship with her sister Cassidy and stepsister Sage. There has always been an extreme hatred directed at Daisy thanks to her former stepmother's influence on the girls. After Cassidy had an accident the sisters came together to help her recover. Throughout the whole book we see how the sisters are getting to know each other and how they repair their broken relationship. The story was easy to get into and the characters had some depth. The story line was more or less believable but at the end it took a turn to an alternate universe. As the story went on it seemed that the sisters were not just getting along but also growing personally. Sadly this did not last long. Sage slept with Daisy's husband because things were going so good for her, and she was uncomfortable with how good things were going. I was so put off by the fact that Daisy forgave Sage, the woman that slept with her husband, and invited her to live with her and her children. It took this woman two whole weeks to get over the fact that her stepsister slept with her husband. One second she's not allowed in the house and the next she is being told that she needs to fight for her family. The ending was simply a crappy, rushed mess. I would swallow a whole pair of jeans dry before I forgave anyone after they slept with my husband and I can assure you that that person would never put a foot inside my home ever again. The fact that Sage went to Adam's house to ask for forgiveness, after she cheated on him, and he forgave her made me sick to my stomach. There were no real consequences to her bad behavior. She got everything she wanted even when she was a cheater and a back stabber. Tanya Eby did a great job with the narration. This book should have been called "A back stabbing bully gets her happy ending" I am not sure i want to recommend this book but enter at your own risk.

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I totally love this book it was great I thought the narrator was great and it was a little lighter than some of the books I’ve been reading lately and that give me a good break I like the characters and I liked the forgiveness. so good

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The narration seems almost like a digital voice and it skips sometimes. It is difficult to listen to .....