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Sisters and Secrets

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They are four sisters who seem to have all they could desire...except peace of mind. Behind the gorgeous smiles and winning successes, each is haunted by a painful childhood secret that they all share. Now cast into a world of passion and danger, each seeks to right the wrongs of yesterday. Bound by blood
Paperback, 414 pages
Published March 1st 1998 by Onyx
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Lily Nikolova
Jun 12, 2015 Lily Nikolova rated it really liked it
The plot is a bit like a fairytale- about bad guy and good girld. I especially liked the way different sisters met their men - or fell in love with them, being rescued makes it easier - to love your saviour. The style does not change so much with the different aouthorsa of the four different part. readable and enjoyable for a weekend or two.I certainly recommend it, but I read translated version. May be the style is humorous not so serious as it aounds in the first part. All the four sisters are ...more
Apr 24, 2010 L8blmr rated it liked it
I have to say, this was one strange anthology; four authors writing about four sisters, all impacted by their mother's suicide when they were just girls. Though I have really enjoyed Katherine Stone's and Anne Stuart's writing in the past, their stories here were not their best work. In each piece, a sister finds true love (conveniently) but only after much mental, emotional, and sometimes physical anguish.

A couple of the four authors were better at keeping me guessing who the true villain was,
Feb 24, 2016 Mary rated it did not like it
Do not waste your time!!! DNF!!
Pat Cromwell
Feb 05, 2009 Pat Cromwell rated it really liked it
Anne Stuart's story in this book was terrific.
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Katherine Stone is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-one novels, including Roommates, Twins, Bed of Roses, Happy Endings, and Pearl Moon. Her books have been translated into twenty languages and are sold worldwide. A physician who now writes full-time, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, physician and novelist Jack Chase (Fatal Analysis, Mortality Rate, The Magruder ...more
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