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Sisters in Love

(Snow Sisters #1)

3.73  ·  Rating details ·  6,743 ratings  ·  541 reviews
Danica Snow has always been the smart, practical, and appropriate sister. As a therapist, she prides herself on making reasonable, conservative choices, even if a bit boring, and as part of the Big Sister Program, she has little time for anything more in her life.

Blake Carter is a player. He never gets bored of conquering women, and with his sexy good looks and
Kindle Edition, 308 pages
Published May 21st 2014 by World Literary Press (first published September 1st 2013)
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4 "The Responsible Sister and Her Ethical Dilemma" Stars for the story and narration!

Lovers of women's fiction will not want to miss the debut of this sister based series that combines the stories of multiple lives to bring us a heart warming tale of blood and non-blood based sister love and the others who shape their lives. I particularly connected with the main character, and enjoyed seeing how she worked tirelessly to help those around her, making me especially happy to see her ex
Jacob Proffitt
Dec 15, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, steamy
I admit, I picked this one up on a whim and because I was drawn to a title later in this very long series. My expectations were low and they seemed to be confirmed in the first part of the book. What I mean to say is that the first, oh, quarter or so is a little rocky and I wondered if Foster could pull a coherent story together out of what she had setup.

And to be perfectly honest, I'm not entirely certain she did. Blake was more than simply a "player" as mentioned in the cover copy. He
Sep 12, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: lovey-dovey
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Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
4.5 stars

SISTERS IN LOVE is the first book in the Snow Sisters series. Melissa Foster has many different series and what’s so cool about them is that every one of them offers something different. So far, from all the Foster books I’ve read, none of them are the same and yet, they all contain the wonderful qualities that I love in my Contemporary Romance reads. The Snow Si
Aug 24, 2014 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
That was a complete waste of time.

Danica is the worst therapist in the history of ever.

Blake is a bumbling Ape.

Kylie is immature and self-absorbed.

The storyline with the Big Sister/Little Sister was completely pointless and I skipped it all.

There was absolutely zero chemistry between Blake and Danica and there were definitely not enough interactions between them to allow them to fall in love. At the end of most of their interactions Blake was internally call
Kate's Corner
DNF @ 35 %. It's not that I didn't like the book it's just that I wasn't feeling it and then I found out that it is a three part book about Danica and Kaylie Snow. There was alot of inner monolgue with Danica which got a bit tedious and I'm not a fan of the H being with other women. It's a three part series which I'm avoiding at the moment but it's up to you guys.
Feb 29, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I liked it but don't know if I can continue the rest of the series.

The story was all meshed into one
Jul 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Melissa Foster writes her romance novels similarly to my favorite adult romance author, Danielle Steel: the perfect blend of drama, romance, friendship, love and passion. I have read almost all of Foster's books, and I love each one more than the last. The same was true for Sisters in Love. This beautiful romance novel told the lives of two people with very different backgrounds who both had a lot of issues to work through. Their meeting and their interaction comes as a surprise to both of them, ...more
Sep 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Blake Carter never had a problem getting women’s attention, but how he got Danica Snow’s was not in a typical way. They were both in line at the café and waiting for what felt like forever. When all of a sudden, Blake turned to look out the door and his elbow hit Danica in the face. As she’s holding her bloody nose, she spies Blake checking out a blonde woman in the café. ARE YOU SERIOUS? I’m bleeding over here and he’s looking another woman up and down? At least she’ll never have to see him aga ...more
Deanna Sletten
Sep 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing
When I purchased Sisters in Love by Melissa Foster, I expected a lighthearted romance, but as I began reading this novel, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the story was much more than that. While at its core, Sisters in Love is a romance (sometimes even steamy), the characters and the story has a depth you don't usually find in lighthearted romances. The main character, Danica Snow, is a strong woman who is very straight laced and work orientated, quite the opposite of her younger sister, ...more
Rachelle Ayala
Jul 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Being a professional myself, I can easily relate to Danica and how she compartmentalizes her life between work and her private feelings. However when hot and confused Blake Carter walks into her office seeking therapy, Danica must keep him at a distance while secretly lusting after him.

What I liked about this story is the interweaving of several deep and equally touching subplots. Blake's best friend, Dave, has died unexpectantly, leaving his families in turmoil. Meanwhile, Danica's
Feb 07, 2018 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars

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Sorcha O'Dowd
I was given an ARC of 'Sisters in Love' in exchange for an honest review.

'Sisters in Love' arrived to me just when I needed it. Alone in the house and feeling a bit lonely, I was in desperate need of a good distraction. 'Sisters in Love' was the perfect book!

I connected straight away to the characters and absolutely loved Melissa Foster's writing style. Her descriptions of the busy tourist town and the annoyance of the people who live there at the disruption to their morn
Alicia at Mean Girls Luv Books
I enjoyed this book, though at times it was a bit slow for me. Danica Snow is a therapist, so there is a lot of figuring out of feelings and how to process them. I understand that it is part of the story line, but all the inner processing was somewhat tedious for me.

Danica is a successful therapist, but she also has a few issues of her own. Of course, it’s easier to give advice than to follow your own. She is a likeable character, but her introspection was sometimes long and repetiti
Jillian (NetGalley Addict)
Sep 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
This book was part of a blog tour I was given an ARC copy for my honest review

Danica has always been the responsible one; she is a therapist and part of the big sister program. She doesn't have or make time for anything else, her life is boring. Blake has no real responsibilities beyond his business with his best friend; he has indiscriminate sex with any and every woman who wants him. The two of them meet at a coffee shop when Blake accidentally elbows Danica in the face; while her
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I have previously read and loved a couple of Melissa Foster’s books but they were more of the thriller genre and this being a romance, I wasn’t sure whether I would like it or not. At the same time, knowing the author’s calibre to tell stories beautifully, I didn’t want miss out on anything.

‘Sisters in Love’ tell the story of Danica, a psychologist, who has always been careful and done the right thing. While she does in-depth analysis of her clients, she hardly ever takes a look at h
Lisa Filipe
Aug 15, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc, book-tour
Definitely a change of storyline from the usual romance, Boy Meets Girl, Boy and Girl Fall, Tragedy Strikes, Boy and Girl Get Back Together, and all is good with the world.

SISTERS IN LOVE is more of a growing process for Danica, our heroine, and Blake, our hero (who has A LOT of growing and changing within these pages). I didn't think I would like Blake in the beginning, I mean, sexy...yes, handsome...YES, Quickies in the bathroom.....MEH (I am not opposed to the hero of books being
C.M. Albert
Jun 22, 2013 rated it it was amazing
"Sisters in Love" (SIL) is the fun and romantic first novel in Melissa Foster's Snow Sisters series. I had the amazing opportunity to read this before it hits the stands, but don't worry! Your chance is coming soon, as it comes out this September.

SIL follows the life of slightly uptight and careful Danica Snow, a skilled therapist who seems to be better at giving advice than investigating her own issues too deeply. She's content in her simple, yet slightly boring, life. Enter Blake. Swoon-worth
Sep 04, 2013 rated it really liked it
First in a series, Sisters in Love by Melissa Foster is a complete story on its own, with romance, character development, and small-town drama offered in almost equal portions. Well-crafted conversations with great dialog and pleasant good humor build scene and character and move the story forward. Danica, the sensible sister of the title, is a therapist blind-sided by the artful coincidence of love. But wild, rebellious Kaylie has her hidden depths a well, and while Danica learns to let go, Kay ...more
S.E. Nelson
Jun 01, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Danica reminds me of many people i know. Educated, self sufficient and happy but not very lucky in love. She will not sell herself short but instead will wait for the right person. Her sister, Kaylie, on the other hand is having fun in all the wrong places. There is no right or wrong here. They both have great stories to tell. Pairing up Danica and Blake is genius. He is the last person one would have expected her to end up with. Loved the story.
Not a bad read,but the name dropping drove me insane. Yes he drove a Range Rover,yes she wore Choo boots , yes he wore a Arc’teryx Stingray jacket , and on and on, but I don't care!!
✨ Gramy ✨
The sexual explicity was unnecessary and I prefer not to have it included.. That reduces my rating.
Melissa Foster is a new-to-me author with Sisters in Love being my first book by her. Please note that Sisters in Love is the first book in the first subseries under the umbrella of the Love in Bloom series.

Danica Snow is used to being the smart, responsible one. Those attributes fit well with her career as a therapist. If she’s honest, though, she’s become a bit boring and not at all impressed with the woman she is. It began with her trying to live up to her parents’ e
Rachel C.
This was a cute, short book. I have to admit that I almost wish there had been a little more build-up on Blake's side of things for us to read about, but otherwise it was a pretty awesome read. Definitely good enough to finish in one day :)
Janine Booth
May 04, 2018 rated it did not like it
Didn’t finish the book couldn’t get into it, male lead was annoying but also the female lead was
Diane (Books and Tequila Blog)
What I loved about Sisters in Love was the bit of taboo to the love story. Danica is a therapist and Blake comes to her as a patient.

“Danica’s heart broke with the realization she so often had—that everyone carries baggage. Some people’s was just lighter than others’.”

As much as she feels a pull towards Blake, Danica tries to make cautious, sensible decisions. She sees her sister Kaylie’s seeming promiscuity and doesn’t want that for herself.

“We don’t have to be who our parents or
Jun 20, 2013 rated it liked it
3.5 stars.

Melissa Foster's Sisters in Love is a journey of self discovery for the three main characters, Danica Snow, her sister Kaylie and Blake Carter. While there is a romantic element to the novel, it is more of a secondary story arc.

In the beginning of Sisters in Love, I was not sure if I was going to like any of the primary characters. Danica comes across as judgmental and her assessments of her sister and Blake are honest but a little harsh. Kaylie comes across as immature and rather flaky./>Melissa
Jun 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
I was sent an ARC of this book by the author in exchange for my honest opinion. The book won't be available for purchase until September 9th, 2013.

I have enjoyed reading this book which is definitely women's fiction without being cheesy chick-lit. Danica Snow is a strong and independent woman who knows what she wants in life. Or does she? When she meets the local playboy Blake Carter, her world will suffer a radical change and she won't be sure about anything any longer. Can she trus
Katrina Epperson
Feb 01, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Melissa Foster brings us a story about finding romance when you least expect it. She puts a twist on this romance though. First do you go after a romance when you know it's wrong and secondly, what if all you have believed it is suddenly questioned.
Danica Snow has a quick introduction to Blake Carter, but is not impressed with what she sees. Yes, he's drop dead gorgeous and has a body that can make any woman drool, but it's obvious he's a player. There for he is not someone she has an interest
K.C. Sprayberry
Aug 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Danica Snow is the smart, practical, appropriate sister, the oldest child who wasn't encouraged to have fun. She's a therapist, with her own townhouse, everything about Danica spells a woman in control of her life, a woman who doesn't have to depend on anyone. Everything except for a man she can trust.
Kaylie Snow is the baby sister, the creative one, the butterfly flitting from relationship to relationship, with most having no meaning to her. She has an apartment, no real schedule, and is
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