The Marvelous Monroe Girls by Shirley Jump

This book felt like a breath of fresh air after some of the more serious/heavy things I've been reading lately. Gabby longs to be close to her sisters again, like she remembers them being before their mother died suddenly when they were young, their father seemed to abandon them and they ended up being raised …

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Sisters by Michelle Frances

Abby is the successful sister. Ellie is the vulnerable, pretty sister. Everyone knows that Ellie is their mothers favorite, but Abby has figured out something about her sisters childhood illness that might blow the family apart. I liked the cover of this book and I have read Michelle Frances The Girlfriend, which was far fetched, …

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What Could Be Saved by Liese O’Halloran Schwarz

The Preston family live a privileged life in 1970's Thailand when their young son suddenly goes missing. Returning to America, their lives shattered, they try to go on, assuming Phillip is gone forever. But in 2019, he comes back. Is it him? And if it is, why did he never try to contact his family? …

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We Have Always Lived In The Castle by Shirley Jackson

The Blackwell family have always lived in their beautiful home, a little apart and a little better than those around them. But since a family tragedy 6 years earlier, Merricat, her sister Constance and their aged and fragile Uncle Julian live there alone, avoiding contact with the hostile village around them. They live by a …

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