Sister Dear is the first of Laura McNeill’s books that I’ve read and she blew my socks off. An amazing story filled with drama and suspense, Sister Dear was a page flippin’ story that I’d easily recommend to anyone who loves suspense books. The characters are so well written and even the bad guys have likability. That, to me, is the sign of a great writer.
Nothing is more unjust than a person being punished for a crime they didn’t commit, but that’s exactly what’s happened to Allie Marshall. Determined to prove her innocence and gain back her life, she’s digging up secrets that other people want left buried. Never underestimate the love a mother has for her child and the lengths she’ll go to in order to protect that child.
Family should be strong and those are the people one should be able to count on. Too often, that’s not the case. When everyone else is against you, when no one else believes you, family should be the ones you can count on. Sister Dear rocks the familial boat and tells the tale of betrayal to the nth degree.
I received this book from Thomas Nelson Publishers and the Fiction Guild in exchange for my honest opinion which I’ve provided here.