Susan Mallery’s ‘The Stepsisters’ [EXCERPT]

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They may be stepsisters, but they are as different as night and day. (Photo courtesy Canva)

There are few things in life that are as precious—or as aggravating—as family. They can make you feel like a million bucks when they love you, but when they hate you they try your patience like no one else can. In Susan Mallery’s forthcoming novel, The Stepsisters, two women bound by marriage have one of these love/hate relationships. But when their family spews new, unexpected drama like Mount Vesuvius, they’ll need to try and bury the hatchet if they’re going to survive startling new revelations. We hope you enjoy this sneak peek at Mallery’s juicy new book! — J&H

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Two Couples Meet Their Match in Katie Lane’s ‘The Heart of a Texas Cowboy’ [REVIEW]

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What is a cowboy to do when he falls for the wrong woman? (Photo courtesy Canva)

Twin sisters. Two unsuspecting cowboys. A surprise pregnancy. Love is about to buck these men clear out of the saddle. Do the girls have what it takes to throw a rope around the hearts of the guys they want so they can keep them for good? Find out in Katie Lane’s juicy Western romance, The Heart of a Texas Cowboy.

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Three Sisters Discover They are Stronger Together in Sara Richardson’s ‘Home for the Holidays’ [REVIEW]

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A bit of mail brings three sisters back together. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Life has a way of taking us away from those we love most. But when three sisters each receive an invitation to visit their estranged aunt, will their reunion be a happy one? Or would they have been better off staying at home? Find out in Sara Richardson’s newest novel, Home for the Holidays.

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Two Women Learn the Importance of Sisterhood in Robyn Carr’s ‘Sunrise on Half Moon Bay’ [REVIEW]

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(Photo by Burak K from Pexels/Canva)

Two sisters. Two lives. When their circumstances change, will they be able to bridge a two decade gap and find the strength they both desperately need in one another despite their differences? Find out in Robyn Carr’s Sunrise on Half Moon Bay.

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‘Daddy’s Gone A Hunting’ Reminds Us Why Mary Higgins Clark is the Queen of Suspense [REVIEW]

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When a furniture factory burns to the ground, everyone seems to be a suspect in Mary Higgins Clark’s Daddy’s Gone A Hunting. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When a blaze wipes out a furniture business, investigators try to figure out who is to blame. Is it the owner’s daughter? An embittered former employee? A homeless veteran? Or perhaps the owner himself? There’s no shortage of suspects in Mary Higgins Clark’s Daddy’s Gone A Hunting. But which one of them actually did it? Find out in this riveting whodunnit from the Queen of Suspense! Read more of this post