Sisters Jolene, Marsha and Annis have convened at their beautiful family home, Fox House, following the death of their mother, the tricky Eleanor Vamplew. Born seven years apart, the women are more strangers than sisters.
Jolene, the eldest, is a successful romantic novelist who writes about beautiful relationships even though her own marriage to the handsome and charming Warren is complicated.
Marsha, the neglected middle child, has put all of her energy into her work, hoping money will plug the gap in her life left by the man who broke her young heart.
Annis is the renegade, who left home aged sixteen and never returned, not even for the death of their beloved father Julian. Until now.
So when the sisters discover that their mother has left everything to Annis in her will, it undermines everything they thought they knew. Can saying their final goodbyes to Eleanor bring them together again?
Milly Johnson’s books are just so good and just keep getting better and better. I love how all her characters are relatable to someone and the stories are real life ones. There are three sisters in this book called Marsha, Jolene and Annis and they are brought back together because of a family tragedy. They have each lived their own lives since they last saw each other and being together again they can reminisce on their past. I loved seeing how this story turned out and the ending was brilliant. I liked how Milly brings humour into her books too. This was such a brilliant read and I cannot wait for her next book.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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