Sister, Sister

Donna Hill, Carmen Green, and Janice Sims

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Donna Hill introduces sisters long divided by their mother's favoritism--now reunited in Washington, D.C., one sister's sudden illness is the catalyst for a long waited reconciliation.

Carmen Green takes two very different sisters to beautiful Martha's Vineyard, where a week in the warm and healing sun brings mutual understanding.

Jamice Sims unites two estranged sisters in new York City where their childhood loyalty is tested, a new life is welcomed--and a family restored.
 
From three favorite authors, Sister, Sister brings you three short stories about the trials and bonds of sisterhood.

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Angela Richards put her glass down on the smoked-glass top of the kitchen table, barely able to meet her husband’s incredulous stare. Mark’s question bounced back and forth in her head until it throbbed. She knew he was right. Every fiber in her body screamed at the absurdity of her decision. But it was family—a totally dysfunctional family—but a family nonetheless.
When she’d walked away from her mother, her sister, her niece, ten years earlier, she swore all the way from D.C. to New York that she would never go back.

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Donna Hill, Carmen Green, and Janice Sims

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Sister, Sister
Donna Hill, Carmen Green, and Janice Sims

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April 2007
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ISBN: 9781429905541
ISBN10: 1429905549
320 pages
$7.99
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