The only thing that can save her is the one thing she’s never trusted–love.
With divorce and infidelity hanging from nearly every branch of her family tree, Katherine Fuller sees no point in marriage. Boyfriends? Sure. Sex? Of course. Wedding vows? No, thanks. Still, when her younger sister Amy gets engaged, Katherine gathers all the enthusiasm she can. She won’t let Amy down. She’s done enough of that for a lifetime.
As the sisters embark on wedding plans, Katherine’s college love resurfaces. It nearly killed Katherine to part from sexy Irish musician Eamon more than a decade ago, but falling under his spell a second time forces her to confront everything she hid from him. The secrets surrounding her mother’s death are still fresh and raw in her mind, but one has haunted her more than the others. She can’t bear to tell anyone, especially not Amy. It could ruin far more than a wedding. It could destroy a sister’s love forever.
Praise for Secrets of a (Somewhat) Sunny Girl:
“For those who love sweet and angsty romances with a heavy dose of family drama, this is not to be missed.”-NPR Books
“This book was heartfelt, it was emotional, it was beautifully told, and it was absolutely one of my favorite books of 2018.”-5 stars, Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
“A story filled with raw emotions, uncomfortable truths, and redemption.”-5 stars, Scandalicious Book Reviews
“Secrets of a (Somewhat) Sunny Girl really had it all for me — a second chance romance and a tender resolution of past family hurts and secrets.”-5 Stars, Red Hot and Blue Reads
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