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It doesn't seem like all rainbows and unicorns at first for either sister as their first day of the challenge presents unexpected challenges. Things pick up nicely from there though as they find themselves on the path to one of the best rewards in life: love.
Both sisters realize that their perceptions about their lives and the people in it aren't quite as accurate as they once believed. Paige has to move beyond past grudges and open her eyes to what's been right in front of her for years. Nia has to learn to let go of feelings that she's somehow unworthy of happiness because of her family's alleged skeletons in the closet. The changes aren't easy for either sister but when they finally embrace the truth and realize how amazing they are, the world opens up with new possibilities, potential and of course, romance!
I loved the interaction between the sisters because it reminded me of how my two young daughters get along. I know firsthand how sisters can look totally different and have dissimilar personalities while being two sides of the same coin. Somehow it all works out beautifully and shows once again that we all have one very important thing in common: our ability to love and our worthiness of being loved.
Amazing book and renewed my faith in love yet again!
Well, it took me by surprise! Witty, adorable characters. Predictable, I know, but these books are supposed to be this way.
It's a clean romance. No sex. I usually prefer to read the ones with a little spice but the story in this one is so good I did not miss it.