Her mother's daughter [electronic resource (eBook)] / Lesley Crewe.
FROM BEST-SELLING AUTHOR LESLEY CREWE comes a poignant and moving novel. Sisters Bay and Tansy are complete opposites. Widowed mother Bay has never lived anywhere but Louisbourg; restless Tansy left the town as a a teenager and stayed away for years. And now, Tansy is home. Home, and unwittingly fal...
|Main Author:||Crewe, Lesley, 1955-|
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FROM BEST-SELLING AUTHOR LESLEY CREWE comes a poignant and moving novel. Sisters Bay and Tansy are complete opposites. Widowed mother Bay has never lived anywhere but Louisbourg; restless Tansy left the town as a a teenager and stayed away for years. And now, Tansy is home. Home, and unwittingly falling in love with her sister's almost-boyfriend. Home, and befriending Ashley when all Bay can do is fight with her teenaged daughter. Home, and desperately hiding the real reason she fled all those years ago. When crisis hits the family, the sisters draw closer. But the closer they are, the more explosive their relationship, and soon their troubled history threatens to shatter what's left of their family forever. Complex and heartwarming, Her Mother's Daughter is an exploration of family and friends and the tangled skeins of love, mistakes, and secrets twisting between us all.
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