A bittersweet inheritance reunites three estranged sisters in a novel of family, trust, and forgiveness from New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Brown. When they were growing up, Dana, Harper, and Tawny thought of themselves as sometimes sisters. They connected only during the summer month theyd all spend at their grandmothers rustic lakeside resort in north Texas. But secrets started building, and ten years have passed since theyve all been togetherin fact, theyve rarely spoken, and it broke their grandmothers heart.Now shes gone, leaving Annies Place to her granddaughterstwelve cabins, a small house, a caf, a convenience store, and a lot of family memories. Its where Dana, Harper, and Tawny once shared so many good times. Theyve returned, sharing only hidden regrets, a guarded mistrust, and haunting guilt. But now, in this healing summer place, the secrets that once drove them apart could bring them back togetherespecially when they discover that their grandmother may have been hiding something, tooTo overcome the past and find future happiness, these sometimes sisters have one more chance to realize they are always family....
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The Sometimes Sisters Reviews
The Sometimes Sister by Carolyn Brown is a delightful book about three sisters. Dana, Harper, and Tawny who use to spend their summers at their Granny Annie rustic lakeside resort, located in Texas. When Granny dies the three girls are brought together to help run the resort. All three girls are caring secrets that the others don't know about. Can their grandmother’s death bring them together or tear them more apart? I really like this book, and felt very invested in all three girls stories. I s ...more
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Carolyn Brown writes sweet stories. I like to think she’s the Debbie Macomber of the South. When you pick up The Sometimes Sisters, you know you’re going to get a sweet tale with a little sadness along the way that will end with everyone meeting their true love match and knowing that they’re all going to be okay. Pure, simple fluff – and I’m glad I started out 2018 with s ...more
After their grandmother passes Three estranged sisters go back to the Lake Resort where they spent their childhood summers. Soon each sister finds out what they thought they knew of each other isn't always as it seems. While the sisters learn to run the Lake Resort they each find love. One finds an old love and the other two find new love. Uncle Zed is the glue that binds the sisters and they find out not only did each of them have secrets but Uncle Zed and Grannie Annie also secrets of their ow ...more
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The Sometimes Sisters by Carolyn Brown is a touching and heartfelt novel about trust, forgiveness and family.
Brought together by the death of their beloved grandmother Dana, Tawny and Harper must learn what family is all about by running a lake resort. Never ones to be super close all three girls bind together to help their Uncle Zed to run the lake resort which was in their grandmothers will as a stipulation of their inheritance.
Along with Dana’s daughter ...more
The book equivalent of a Hallmark movie. Which is to say I enjoyed it for what it was...
This was a nice book, full of love and good feelings. It is not the type of book I usually read, but it was a pleasant read.
"The Sometimes Sisters" is the story of three sisters who have grown part over the years. When their father's mother dies, they all come to gather. They find she's left them her property, divided up amongst the three of them but they will have to work together. Her hope is they will rediscover and rebuild their familial bonds.
All three women, Dana, Harper, and Tawny, are having hard times and their grief over their grandmother's death at first pushes them further apart. They sniped at each other ...more