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They may be sisters, but they're opposites, too, Always arguing, not knowing what to say or do. After years apart, each going their own way Mum calls and wants them both for days to stay. Following the death of their Nan, who both held dear, She's left them letters and surprises to hear. Returning to her home both are together once more And the arguments start as they open the door! In Nan's family cabin they spent summers there, With friends, fishing and fun, life without care. Now Nan has gone, how will things have changed? Will things be the same or have been rearranged? This is a story of opening up to discuss what is true What happened before, attitudes and what you do. It is about healing, self-discovery and deciding just who Is central to your life and whatever you do. A moving story of finding out about each other And learning how life is different for one another. It is also about accepting differences and so much more A story about listening, loving and not trying to score. For my complementary copy of this book, I say thank you, It is a very different, heartwarming read and this is my honest review.
From the USA Today bestselling author of The Beach House, with over a million copies of her books sold, comes a story about family bonds, second chances, and finding out who we really are. Butterfly Sisters is the perfect escape for fans of Susan Wiggs, RaeAnne Thayne, and Susan Mallery.
“When emerging into the world, a butterfly needs the struggle to push the fluid from its body into its wings. So essentially, without the struggle, it never flies.”
About to land her biggest deal yet, Leigh Henderson is on her game. Nothing can get in her way. Except Rebecca Mayer, who’d sashayed in a few weeks ago with a former client list that would fill the entire hallway to Leigh’s office. When her boss unexpectedly offers the deal to Rebecca and tells Leigh he’s letting her go, Leigh finds herself without a job.
But that’s the least of her worries.
Her mother has some news that will change everything. She’s asked Leigh and her sister Meredith to meet her at the family cabin on Old Hickory Lake. Not only has Leigh been unable to track down her sister for years, but going back to the cabin would mean dealing with the loss of her beloved grandmother and also chance running into her old flame Colton Harris, the one love she’s never been able to completely let go of.
Will confronting her grief, speaking to her estranged sister, and forcing herself to face the love she’d left behind help Leigh to learn who she really is?
A heartwarming story that will have you laughing, crying, and rushing to those you hold dear.If you loved the Christmas movies based on Jenny’s books and are looking for more feel-good, small-town romance, look no further!
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Her stories are chock-full of feel-good romance and overflowing with warm settings, great friends, and family. Jenny is at work on her next novel, delighted to be bringing even more heartwarming stories to her readers. When she isn’t writing or heading up her romantic fiction imprint Harpeth Road, she can be found running around her hometown of Nashville with her husband, two boys, and their labradoodle, taking pictures—her favorite pastime.