Three sisters reunite when their mother becomes ill and asks the two oldest siblings to help her to find their younger sister. Skye is married with children and a domineering husband; Summer is an aging house model for an NYC fashion designer and their much younger sister, Jan, has a history of mental illness and homelessness. Secrets are revealed, new understanding is forged and all begin new lives. Sisters (3), by Nancy Thompson, is well written with surprises along the way and some heartfelt moments. However, the characters are often annoying and not as sympathetic as they could be, so readers may not bond with them.
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Page Traynor