A great romantic mystery filled with all sorts of twists and turns. Great reading, couldn't put it down.
Mystery Love Seduction all in one cover!! Good read
This was a fun read. When I first looked at the number of pages I figured that it was going to drone on and on but it didn't! It was interesting and I didn't want to put it down because I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen next.
What's a little sibling rivalry....Secrets...Back-stabbing...and Murder....between Sisters? The family business is going on the auction block, their parents (who never married) are splitting up. In addition, someone is trying to kill all three of the girls!
This is a great book, made me want to read all her books.
I just really enjoyed this book. It is quirky, but really just a fun and, at times, complex read. I look forward to reading other books by this author!
good fast paced not wimpy women romance fun novel - a cross between janet evanovich and modern harlequin romance with a good twist ending
Couldn't get into it - tried twice
What's a little sibling rivalry...
So there's some bad blood and bruised egos among the Metcalf sisters. At least they're reuniting. A cause to celebrate? Not for Justine, Regina, and Mica. Their parents are splitting up and the family business is going on the auction block - just a little reminder of how much they really have in common...
When secrets, back-stabbing, and murder...
Take the local bad boy who proposed to Justine, seduced Regina, and ran off with Mica. And the unsolved murder they witnessed when they were young girls, and their vow to shady men, and there's only one thing left for them to do - put the bonds of family loyalty to the test.
Put three sisters on common ground?
But it takes courage to outsmart, a murderer, know-how to avenge the cad who betrayed them, and patience to bring their parents back together. Three talents. Three sisters. And who knows? Maybe even three new chances to fall in love when Justine, Regina, and Mica discover how much they're willing to risk - and forgive - in the name of sisterhood...
This was a great book. I love Jennifer Crusie.