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George H. and Ella M. Rodgers Memorial Library LP GOUDGE 34510010632758 Large Print Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781602856271 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: 486 p. (large print) ; 22 cm.
  • Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Publishing, 2009.

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Is blood really thicker than water? That's the ... Read More
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  • Baker & Taylor
    Separated in childhood and sent to foster homes after their neglectful mother's imprisonment, sisters Lindsay and Kerrie Ann are reunited in adulthood and help each other through the fiercest battles of their lives despite their differences.
  • Center Point Pub

    Is blood really thicker than water? That's the question for Lindsay when her long-lost sister, Kerrie Ann, turns up penniless and in rehab, after an absence of thirty years, and she's forced to take her in. Lindsay was lucky enough to have been adopted by a loving couple and is now the owner of a bookstore in the sleepy California seaside town of Blue Moon Bay. Kerrie Ann suffered a very different fate. Bounced from one foster home to the next, she ran away as a teenager before becoming a drug-addicted single mother. Now, newly sober, Kerrie Ann is fighting to regain custody of the little girl who was taken from her.

    As Lindsay and Kerrie Ann struggle to overcome their differences as well as their individual challenges -- Lindsay is keeping her house from the grasp of a rapacious developer, and Kerrie Ann in regaining custody of the child she lost -- they forge new bonds, and along the way fall in love with the unlikeliest of men.

Subject: Sisters > Fiction.
Ex-foster children > Fiction.
Large type books
Genre: Domestic fiction
Psychological fiction

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