New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery's prose has been called "gritty and magical" and "luscious and provocative" (Publishers Weekly). Now she returns to Blackberry Island with the story of three women whose friendship will change their lives forever.
After Andi Gordon is jilted at the altar, she makes the most impetuous decision of her life—buying one of the famed Three Sisters Queen Anne houses on Blackberry Island. Now the proud-ish owner of the ugly duckling of the trio, she plans to open her own pediatric office on the first floor, just as soon as her hunky contractor completes the work. Andi's new future may be coming together, but the truth is she's just as badly in need of a major renovation as her house.
When Deanna Phillips confronts her husband about a suspected affair, she opens up a Pandora's box of unhappiness. And he claims that she is the problem. The terrible thing is, he's right. In her quest to be the perfect woman, she's lost herself, and she's in danger of losing her entire family if things don't change.
Next door, artist Boston King thought she and her college sweetheart would be married forever. Their passion for one another has always seemed indestructible. But after tragedy tears them apart, she's not so sure. Now it's time for them to move forward, with or without one another.
Thrown together by fate and geography, and bound by the strongest of friendships, these three women will discover what they're really made of: laughter, tears, love and all.
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Review: Three Sisters (Blackberry Island #2)User Review - Pamela Devereux - Goodreads
Andi comes searching for a new start. Everyone tells her she's crazy for buying the middle house Called The Three Sisters but she buys it anyway. The house on the left belongs to Boston and the right ... Read full review
Review: Three Sisters (Blackberry Island #2)User Review - Amy - Goodreads
This was a good stand-alone book about the three women who become neighbors and whose lives become entwined. Mallery does a good job of sharing their joys and heartbreaks, their challenges and ... Read full review