Names My Sisters Call Me

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Grand Central Publishing, Apr 11, 2008 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Courtney, Norah, and Raine Cassel are as different as three sisters can be. Norah, the oldest, is a type A obsessive who hasn't forgiven Raine, the middle sister, for ruining her wedding day six years ago. Raine is Norah's opposite, a wild child/performance artist/follow-your-bliss hippie chick who ran off to California. The only thing the two have in common is their ability to drive Courtney, their youngest sister, crazy.

When her longtime boyfriend proposes, Courtney decides it's finally time to call a truce and bring the three sisters together. After all, they're grown-ups now, right? But it turns out that family ghosts aren't easily defeated--and neither are first loves. Soon Courtney finds herself reexamining every choice she has made in the past six years--including the man she's about to marry--and the value of reconnecting with the sisters she knows she needs, in spite of everything.
 

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User Review  - mlake - LibraryThing

Names my sisters call me was not an easy book for me to get through. I loved the story and the characters, but family issue books are not easy for me to read. I did like the was this one made me think about the roles we all play, and the roles we assign others in our family. Read full review

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User Review  - Marlene-NL - LibraryThing

Nah I guess I do not like Megan Crane's writing style. This is the second book I've read by her (English as a Second Language which I did not like at all) I got so annoyed with the weird sister and ... Read full review

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Megan Crane grew up in New Jersey, graduated from Vassar, and got her MA and PhD in literature from the University of York in England. She currently lives in Los Angeles. Visit her website at www.megancrane.com.

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