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Also by Cathy Lamb:

The Man She Married, November 2018
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Henry's Sisters, July 2018
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No Place I'd Rather Be, September 2017
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The Language of Sisters, September 2016
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Henry's Sisters
Cathy Lamb

Kensington
July 2018
On Sale: June 26, 2018
Featuring: The Bpmmarito Sisters
448 pages
ISBN: 1496715721
EAN: 9781496715722
Kindle: B002I1XSDU
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Women's Fiction Contemporary

Ever since the Bommarito sisters were little girls, their mother, River, has written them a letter on pink paper when she has something especially important to impart. This time, the message is urgent—River requires open-heart surgery, and Isabelle and her sisters are needed at home to run the family bakery and care for their brother and ailing grandmother.

Isabelle has worked hard to leave Trillium River, Oregon, behind as she travels the globe taking award-winning photographs. Still, she and her sisters, Cecilia, an outspoken kindergarten teacher, and Janie, a bestselling author, share a deep, loving bond. And all of them adore their brother, Henry, whose disabilities haven’t stopped him from helping out at the bakery and bringing good cheer to everyone in town. But going home again has a way of forcing open the secrets and hurts the Bommaritos would rather keep tightly closed—Isabelle’s fleeting relationships, Janie’s obsessive compulsive disorder, and widowed Cecilia’s self-destructive streak and grief. Now, working together, Isabelle and her sisters begin to find answers to questions they never knew existed, unexpected ways to salve their childhood wounds, and the courage to grasp surprising new chances at happiness.

As irresistible as one of the Bommarito’s giant cupcakes, Henry’s Sisters is a novel about family and forgiveness, mothers and daughters—and gaining the wisdom to look ahead while still holding onto everything that matters most.

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