A bittersweet inheritance reunites three estranged sisters in a novel of family, trust, and forgiveness from New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Brown. When they were growing up, Dana, Harper, and Tawny thought of themselves as sometimes sisters. They connected only during the summer month theyd all spend at their grandmothers rustic lakeside resort in north Texas. But secrets started building, and ten years have passed since theyve all been togetherin fact, theyve rarely spoken, and it broke their grandmothers heart.Now shes gone, leaving Annies Place to her granddaughterstwelve cabins, a small house, a caf, a convenience store, and a lot of family memories. Its where Dana, Harper, and Tawny once shared so many good times. Theyve returned, sharing only hidden regrets, a guarded mistrust, and haunting guilt. But now, in this healing summer place, the secrets that once drove them apart could bring them back togetherespecially when they discover that their grandmother may have been hiding something, tooTo overcome the past and find future happiness, these sometimes sisters have one more chance to realize they are always family....
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The Sometimes Sisters Reviews
The Sometimes Sister by Carolyn Brown is a delightful book about three sisters. Dana, Harper, and Tawny who use to spend their summers at their Granny Annie rustic lakeside resort, located in Texas. When Granny dies the three girls are brought together to help run the resort. All three girls are caring secrets that the others don't know about. Can their grandmother’s death bring them together or tear them more apart? I really like this book, and felt very invested in all three girls stories. I s ...more
A very good read about sisters and second chances. I loved the setting and the characters.
Heartwarming, homespun, quirky, emotional and entertaining adventure for three sisters with a lot of real life regrets and secrets keeping them apart.
Dana, Harper, and Tawny are the “Sometimes Sisters” each with a different yet sad history and only one summer together at their Granny Annie’s lakeside resort (their dad's mom). When Granny Annie passes it is her dying wish they come together to run the resort and make a go of it as a family. Uncle Zed is on hand to help them become the sisters th ...more
You can run from the past but you can't hide indefinitely from it. That's one life's lesson that the "sometimes sisters" will learn when they'll be reunited after ten years for their grandmother's will. Harper, Tawny and their half-sister Dana will have to work together to run around Annie's place and each woman will have to face the mistakes they made before and deal with different guilt and feelings they drag with them over the years. But what happened ten years ago to make them dislike each o ...more
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Carolyn Brown writes sweet stories. I like to think she’s the Debbie Macomber of the South. When you pick up The Sometimes Sisters, you know you’re going to get a sweet tale with a little sadness along the way that will end with everyone meeting their true love match and knowing that they’re all going to be okay. Pure, simple fluff – and I’m glad I started out 2018 with s ...more
It's a cute story, predictable. Like a feel good movie. I was rootin' for the characters and curious about how we'd get to the end. Enjoyable.
This book was dull and slow-paced. I really disliked the repetitive dialogue and found myself skimming pages to get to the very predictable ending.
Dana, Harper and Tawny are sisters, but mostly connected during the summer, when they all spent a month at their grandmother's lakeside resort. Annie loved her granddaughters dearly and was always glad they were coming. However, suddenly it stopped. The sometimes sisters, who were already not seeing much of each other, weren't feeling very sisterly at all anymore. Annie's last wish is to bring them back together and when she dies she leaves her resort to her granddaughters. She asks the person w ...more