REVIEW: Sister Dear by Laura McNeill


Allie Marshall is just out of prison after serving 10 years for the murder of the local high school football coach.  She hopes to reunite with her now 16 year old daughter and to get her life back together.  She returns to her hometown and the stares and whispers and outright rejection that accompany a released felon.  Thank goodness for her sister who has cared for the daughter (Caroline) for the past ten years.  Allie is looking forward to the support she’ll receive.  Except, her sister doesn’t want to let Caroline go. And, her sister has some deep dark secrets begging to come out.

Thanks to Thomas Nelson for providing me an ARC to review in my own words.

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