This book was ok. It discusses the lives of three sisters that were separated at birth. Kind of boring to me, they really did not have any exciting adventures or much drama. Just the obstacle of finding eachother and learning about eachother. It just did not appeal to me. One of their romances was kind of dragged on, which made it less romantic and more annoying to read. This was just one of those books I was hoping to hurry and finish. If I never picked it up I would not have missed anything.
I picked this book up without knowing the author's genre--romance. The story line was interesting and chocked full of sexual tension/emotion/action. This was the 13th book in a series revolving around a single family tree -- parents adopted 8 children. The intricate family links sound good for an on-going saga.
The story line itself: Had two engaged people that were not in love with each other but with others; there were twins who discover that they were actually triplets. All three girls in love -- one with the engaged man. All four main women with different commitment issues; three of the men totally in love and devoted -- the third engaged so he doesn't have to face his love and commitment issues.
Triplets born. Serious health issues. Costly treatments. How decisions come about and are made. Repercussions from those decisions. Reunions---what was lost has been regained. Blessings & Family.