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Left me smiling
on 31 October 2013
I was looking forward to reading this after enjoying the first book in the series Sisters in Love (review on my blog). The previous book had focused on Danica but this one was more about Kaylie and I was excited to find out what was going on in her life. Getting into her mind showed me that she also felt insecure about certain things and this made me relate to her more easily than I did in the first book. It was good to find out more about her boyfriend Chaz because I didn't really know much about him - he turned out to be a really likeable character who had an interesting past. Danica and Blake's relationship was something that I wanted to catch up on so I was pleased when I realised that this book would revisit them too.
One of the biggest parts of this book involved the ups and downs of pregnancy and how it affects a woman. When that woman is career driven and independent it successfully showed the variety of emotions she would face. I felt that the author was accurate in her descriptions of pregnancy emotions and this meant that the storyline had a realistic atmosphere.
With regards to Kaylie and Danica's relationship I found it fascinating to see things from both sides, it seemed that both of them felt like the insignificant sister and I enjoyed following the thought processes that got them to that conclusion.
There were plenty of secrets that were clearly only going to lead to trouble and these combined with a handful of seriously complicated relationships to produce a drama filled story.
I was surprised by an unexpected twist near the end and the heartwarming finish left me smiling and wondering where the sisters lives would be heading next!