Sisters Like Us (Mischief Bay, #4) Read Online Free - The grass is always greener on your sister’s side of the fence…
Divorce left Harper Szymanski with a name no one can spell, a house she can’t afford and a teenage daughter who’s pulling away. With her fledgeling virtual-assistant business, she’s scrambling to maintain her overbearing mother’s ridiculous Susie Homemaker standards and still pay the bills, thanks to clients like Lucas, the annoying playboy cop who claims he hangs around for Harper’s fresh-baked cookies.
Spending half her life in school hasn’t prepared Dr. Stacey Bloom for her most daunting challenge—motherhood. She didn’t inherit the nurturing gene like Harper and is in deep denial that a baby is coming. Worse, her mother will be horrified to learn that Stacey’s husband plans to be a stay-at-home dad…assuming Stacey can first find the courage to tell Mom she’s already six months pregnant.
Separately they may be a mess, but together Harper and Stacey can survive anything—their indomitable mother, overwhelming maternity stores and ex’s weddings. Sisters Like Us is a delightful look at sisters, mothers and daughters in today’s fast-paced world, told with Susan Mallery’s trademark warmth and humor.
|Title||:||Sisters Like Us (Mischief Bay, #4)|
|Number of Pages||:||432 pages|
January 23, 2018
Two sisters, two different life styles, but the same mother that always was perfect and critical.
Harper was the sister who made everything from scratch and owned a virtual assistant business that she tried to do all alone. She struggled with her finances since her husband left her for a younger...
January 15, 2018
3.5, maybe 4 stars.
So, I've had the first book in this series, "The Girls of Mischief Bay" sitting on my Kindle for several years. I forgot about it until I downloaded this one. I was partway through it before realizing I had the first book, lol. So when as I finished "Sisters Like Us" I picked...
January 21, 2018
It’s like Beetlejuice. If you say her name too many times, she’ll rise up with horrific powers and do unspeakable things. I’m being cautious.
Stacey met the gaze of the pregnant dog. The animal looked calm and kind of sweet, in a very large, I could eat you in a hot minute kind of...
February 01, 2018
Being the rebel that I am I jumped into this series at book four. It looks like each book focuses on a new set of characters with cameos from past favorites which made it extremely easy to follow. Sisters Like Us is about, well, sisters Harper and Stacey as well as their mother Bunny and Harper’s...
February 03, 2018
No one else can do what Susan Mallery does with her stories. Her characters are people who are as real as anyone I know. Even the ones who are so very irritating, like Bunny, become someone else as she weaves their tales. This is a wonderful book.
January 23, 2018
November 08, 2017
Review to come soon.
I really enjoy visiting Mischief Bay each year and Sisters Like Us is no exception. Now, Susan has def extended her books beyond the 3 original women that the book focused on, but you'll see some faces from the past mentioned in this book and you'll def remember...
January 17, 2018
I always look forward to this authors books because I know that she will take me on an emotional journey. In this new book she delves into the complexities of family relationships; mothers and daughters, daughters and fathers, sisters, and those who may come with them. I loved the relationships b...
February 01, 2018
I loved this book until the last chapter! I was so happy that Lucas was in it, but so disappointed with his behavior at the end of the book. I thought Harper and her daughter finally got a nice man to depend on after her lousy ex husband. It would have made more sense if it happened in the middle...
January 09, 2018
What do you get when you have a mom (Bunny) who's fixated on the 1950's stereotype of a perfect wife and mother? Her daughter (Harper) who is doing her best to live up to that role, rocking her inner Martha Stewart every day, but, according to Bunny, is failing miserably with HER daughter (Becca)...