Celebrate National Sisters Day With Books That Will Touch Your Heart
National Sisters Day fall on August 5th this year, and we want to celebrate with some amazing books. Featuring relationships that are filled with love, friendship and some (okay, maybe even lots) of drama, these stories highlight just how unforgettable the bond between sisters can be.
The Summer That Made Us by Robyn Carr
Two sisters marry two brothers, and with their children, spend perfect summers away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Perfect, until an accident turns their lake house into a nightmare. Can a family that has fallen apart be brought back together again?
Nice to Come Home To by Liz Flaherty
Cass Gentry is returning to her hometown, with her teenage half sister by her side. Though the return is bittersweet, she now has half an inherited orchard to take care of—and an attractive new business partner to deal with.
Family and Other Catastrophes by Alexandra Borowitz
Emily Glass just wants to survive her wedding week with her dysfunctional family. Emily’s therapist mother sees their homecoming as the perfect opportunity for family therapy sessions. Less enthused are Emily and her two siblings: ardently feminist older sister, Lauren, and recently divorced brother, Jason. Emily wants nothing more than to get married and get as far away from her crazy relatives as possible, but as she soon discovers, the ties that bind family together may bend, but they aren’t so easily broken.
Cooper’s Charm by Lori Foster
Phoenix Rose takes a job at the lakeside resort of Cooper’s Charm after her life turns completely upside down. Her sister, Ridley, takes on a job as housekeeper when she goes to visit Phoenix as a way to escape her own drama. Though both their jobs at Cooper’s Charm were meant to be temporary, the two sisters soon discover that the resort is the place they need to be.
When We Found Home by Susan Mallery
When Callie Smith discovers she has two siblings, she isn’t sure what to think. Suddenly pushed into a life of wealth and privilege she was never accustomed to, Callie immediately bonds Keira, who is also struggling to get used to their posh new lifestyle. But can Malcolm, the brother who already grew up in a life of luxury, become part of the family as well?
Do you have a sister? Tell us the last book you shared with them in the comments section below!