I just read the last page and all I can say is wow! These characters are real. They face real issues and problems and nothing is sugar coated. They could be anyone you might meet on the street. My emotions were up and down, back and forth throughout. And I’ve experienced some of these situations personally myself. I could relate!
All three of the Thatcher sisters were facing different problems and issues. Every time they got together it seemed that an argument or misunderstanding erupted. Jillian, the middle sister, was tagged as the peacemaker on most occasions but she had her own problems.  I felt the most for her because of her perceptions of herself. She had always tagged herself as “Just Jillian”. Her older sister excelled professionally and her younger sister was the athletic star. And on top of that, an earlier situation with her grandfather just broke my heart.
This was a great read! I finished all 418 pages in record time, it was that good! I got so engrossed in the story and the lives of the characters that all else faded into oblivion.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through the author and Celebrate Lit but was not required to write a review positive or otherwise.

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