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Free mobi Ö doc I Think I Love You 9780312998813 ´ Stephanie Bond õ So there's some bad blood and bruised egos among the Metcalf sisters At least they're reuniting A cause to celebrate? Not for Justine Regina and Mica Their parents are splitting up and the family business is going on the auction block juSo there's some bad blood and bruised egos among the Metcalf sisters At least they're reuniting A cause to celebrate? Not for Justine Regina and Mica Their parents are splitting up and the family business is going on the auction block just a little reminder of how much they really have in commonTake the local bad bo This is just an okay book The three sisters are too stereotypical and during most of the story I’m thinking “Damn they are some messed up people” and not in a good way You have the mean girl who is successful but a total bitch You have the bookworm who doesn’t know she’s pretty You have the pretty uiet girl who is a total door mat Most of the story is from the middle sister’s point of view and even though I didn’t find the girls entirely likable I did find myself rooting for them The mystery was intriguing but totally predictable There is also a “Murphy’s Law” aspect to this story that as I listener I found myself getting frustrated at how stupid people acted or wondering really if that much bad stuff can happen in a few days I did love the supporting characters of Mitch Lando Pete and Everett The sisters’ parents are just as messed up as they are The book is billed a Humorous Romantic Mystery Mystery and romance were there but as with some of the other Stephanie Bond books I’ve listened to her humor can seem like “I think that was supposed to be funny” I liked the narrator but my only problem is this is the fourth Stephanie Bond book for this narrator I’ve listened to and for the most part the characters were great but in this one some of the voices reminded me so much of the characters in other books I found it a little confusing

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Urage to outsmart a murderer know how to avenge the cad who betrayed them and patience to bring their parent back together Three talents Three sisters And who knows? Maybe even three new chances to fall in love when Justine Regina and Mica discover how much they're willing to risk and forgive in the name of sisterho A wonderful tale about sibling rivalry love lost and murder mystery We see three different personalities of women all strong and independent in their own way striving to find their purpose and place in their family and society We see betrayal among siblings and healing in relationships It was nice weekend read wonderful feel images of a country side falling in love and sisters remembering that the bond of sisterhood is stronger than any other

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I Think I Love YouY who proposed to Justine seduced Regina and ran off with Mica Add the unsolved murder they witnessed when they were young girls and their vow to keep it a secret Toss in their knack for being drawn to shady men and there's only one thing left for them to do put the bonds of family loyalty to the testBut it takes co 35 out of 5 stars Billed as a “humorous romantic mystery” this book is certainly that Great literature? No but it is a fun and enjoyable summer read There are holes in the plot but it moves along at a good pace and nothing bothersome enough to make me enjoy the story less The romance is predictable but pretty much par for the course of fictional romance Sisterly dynamics and parents who have never married add up to lots of peacekeeping for the supposedly less successful boring middle sister Especially when the murder they witnessed as children comes back to haunt themToo many e books are riddled with formatting and editing errors but this one had relatively few just the occasional misspelled word or wrong word Better than some print books I've readI'll continue to read Stephanie Bond books when I want something fun light and ultimately satisfying