Mary's never been completely honest with anyone--especially herself.
The man she's supposed to marry reminds her of her father in ways she's suppressed for years--controlling, abusive, and manipulative. The sisters she's finally found don't understand her shame or confusion.
When Ian enters the picture with his British accent and Montana tan, Mary starts to question the past and her loyalty to a father who took away all her chances at true happiness.
Can Mary help her sisters break free from their father’s diabolical past? Or will his sins corrupt any chance at true happiness with Ian? And herself?
My Rating: 4 Stars
My review: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.This is the fourth book in a series of five, about five women who find out they are literally sisters from the same mister. That mister is the now-deceased, evil gang leader, Devlyn Caracus.
I loved watching Mary's character grow from a shy, meek, mousy, downtrodden woman to the strong, capable woman she has become by the end of the book. Her character development was fantastic. Ian's on the other hand, left much to be desired. He seemed to stay very much two dimensional, and I wish he could have been fleshed out more.
The book was entirely too short to give their relationship truly even a label of relationship. By the very end of the book, it felt like they were still so new, the relationship hadn't been given enough space to grow and develop.
I liked Mary's story, and I love the overall storyline. I can't wait to read the conclusion.
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