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Sisters Found (Hawk's Way #13)

3.86 of 5 stars 3.86  ·  rating details  ·  504 ratings  ·  27 reviews

Hope Butler is about to watch the man of her dreams, Jake Whitelaw, marry another woman--unless she finds the courage to stand up and fight for him.


Faith has always been more concerned with the happiness of others than with her own, and if she isn't careful, she's going to let a good man slip through her fingers.


Adopted at a young age, Charity Burnette neve
ebook, 384 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by Harlequin (first published December 2002)
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Man was this horribly cheesy! I'm surprised that I finished it. My husband found it sitting in his stuff in the storage area, and said that I should read it. So I did. He had no idea what he gave me, as it turns out. However, it has provided a great source of entertainment as my husband reads some of the more salacious parts out loud in a voice that only he can...
Lisa Ahne
There were some MAJOR issues with this book. For one thing, who would give up a of a triplet...for adoption after caring for and loving that baby for two years?!?!? Not people like the Butlers who LOVE their girls. It did NOT ring true. Poor people raise kids every day and love them and give them good lives. Also, they kept talking about medical bills for Faith who was born without her left hand. Why would those bills be so daunting? She wasn't a sickly child. Beside the prosthetic, ...more
This had to be the worse book ever written. It's about tripletts, one born without a hand. When they are two years old the parents decide to put one of them up for adoption because of soaring medical cost for the one without the hand. HELLO, she was BORN without it. Other than a prostetic there shouldn't have been any medical costs.This was a contemp. and even if there was a medical problem there are plenty of goverment agencys to help the family. Anyway the parents decide to keep the child with ...more
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Only read it, because we were on vacation and somebody left it behind. It was okay, but I'm glad I didn't spend the money to buy it.
Kathy Barton
This was #13 in a series of romantic books set in Texas. nice story and will look for others in the series. nice beach read.
3 Stars! ~ This is the last in the Hawk's Way series, though there is plenty of room should Ms. Johnston want to reunite us with the Whitelaws. Sisters Found is about the Butler triplets and how they find their HEA. There's alot going on in the book, in fact there are four romances. It's an enjoyable read, one you won't want to miss as the Butler girls have been mentioned several times in earlier books. I'd love to read a family reunion story about the Whitelaws some day. ...more
This book was sappy, soapish, and was barely hanging above the boring line. It's about triplets who find their lost sister while trying to get the guy. The only sister I liked was Faith and even then only because she was in love with her guy and he with her and they were together not trying to wiggle a way out of being love love with each other. It was dull, lost me less than half way through the book, and the jumping from lead to lead didn't make it any better.
Found this book by scanning the shelves. Enjoyed the characters, but found the story too incredible to accept. I read it through, but found it lacked fluidity for me due to my inability to suspend disbelief.
smutty, fluffy, and just what I was looking for, with Valentines day comin up, I'm looking for some schmultzy fluff this is the book for you, never ready anything else by this author, but I probably will
Amazing book. Had me from the beginning. It keeps you wondering what will happen next and have you saying "go ahead and just do it!" Great love story and tale of sisters finding each other.
I liked each sister's individual love story, but the underlying plot-we're just twins! Oh, wait, we're triplets but our parents just didn't tell us anything- was too implausible for me.
i hang my head in shame at having read this but i was desperate for a book to read at my aunt's house and this is what i was handed
i want those hours of my life back

I just liked the irony of their names and how they actually fit each one of them. Other than that complete cheesiness. Not for me.
Denise Koopman
This was a good book.Really interesting.I would love to give 2 of the sister's a busted lip for their nasty attitudes.But it was good.
It is kind of corny, but fun to read and a fast read. Love romance novels. What I learned: Don't fight love..ha ha
Crystal Feaster
Loved this book I've read so many but this will always be one of my faves maybe I'll even reread it!!!
I liked it well enough that I would like to pick up a few more out of her series...
Great first half. Second half had too much happening too quickly to be interesting.
Ardelia Karisa
Temanya biasa, alurnya biasa. Keseluruhan cerita biasa.
this one is waht started me on Joan J's books
Mom Taxi Julie
Basic love story, all ends in happy endings!
Owusua Adwoa Ayeh
The family line is amazing.
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Joan Johnston (born Little Rock, Arkansas) is a best-selling American author of over forty contemporary and historical romance novels.

Johnston was the third of seven children born to an Air Force sergeant and his music-teacher wife. She received a B.A. in theatre arts from Jacksonville University in 1970, then earning an M.A. in theatre from the University of Illinois, Urbana in 1971. She received
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