Sum­mer Sis­ters

Sit in the sun and soak up these warm-weather sto­ries of love and sis­ter­hood.

Country Woman - - BOOK CLUB - RE­VIEWED BY KATE UNGER

The Late Bloomers’ Club by Louise Miller

Sis­ters Nora and Kit in­herit land from the lo­cal “cake lady,” and while Kit wants to sell to the first buyer to come along, Nora is more ap­pre­hen­sive. She doesn’t want a big-box store to ruin their per­fect small town. The trou­ble is, she can’t help fall­ing for El­liot, the de­vel­oper’s rep. Well-writ­ten char­ac­ters and a few sur­prises make this book a de­light­ful read.

The Heart Be­tween Us by Lind­say Har­rel

Three years af­ter hav­ing a heart trans­plant, Me­gan still isn’t ready to take on the world as she had planned. When she’s given her donor’s diary with a bucket list, she de­cides to com­plete the list Amanda never could. Me­gan’s es­tranged twin sis­ter, Crys­tal, ac­com­pa­nies her to es­cape her own prob­lems, and both women face their fears, find God and em­brace love. Travel the world with these char­ac­ters and you’ll root for them all the way.

The Sum­mer of New Be­gin­nings by Bette Lee Crosby

When her fa­ther dies, Meghan puts her col­lege plans on hold to take over his busi­ness. Her older sis­ter, Tracy, moves to Philadel­phia with a boyfriend. Two years later, when Tracy re­turns with young Lu­cas in tow, their mother is de­lighted. But Tracy and Meghan strug­gle to re­late to each other and fig­ure out the right paths for their lives. They get some help from a dog that might just be a gift from their fa­ther. This book has ro­mance, sus­pense, fam­ily drama—and per­haps a lit­tle magic.

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