Thorndike Press

The Stepsisters

  • Susan Mallery
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  • ISBN-10: 1432887939
  • ISBN-13: 9781432887933
  • DDC: Fic
  • Shipping Weight: 1.60 lbs ( .73 kgs)
  • 574 Pages | Hardcover
  • Published/Released June 2021
  • Simultaneous Publications

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When her dad married Sage’s mom, Daisy was thrilled to get a bright and shiny new sister. But Sage was beautiful and popular, and she made sure Daisy knew it. After the divorce, the stepsisters’ rivalry continued until Daisy married Sage’s first love, and Sage fled California. Eighteen years later, Daisy never expects to see Sage again. But when the little sister they have in common needs them both, they put aside their differences to care for Cassidy. As long-buried truths are revealed, a friendship blossoms, but when their fragile truce is threatened, they could turn their backs on each other again . . . or they could finally become true sisters of the heart?


Customer Reviews

“[Mallery] will appeal to fans of women’s fiction, especially such friendship books as Karen Joy Fowler’s THE JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB.”

— Booklist

“Mallery beautifully illustrates the power of female friendship and the importance of reaching for one’s dreams.”

— Publishers Weekly

“Women who build their own business or careers is a hallmark of Mallery’s large-hearted books, and this is no exception.”

— Library Journal