Review Quotes"Heartwarming...this book is sweet and will appeal to readers who enjoy the intricacies of family drama." -Publishers Weekly on When We Found Home "Susan Mallery never disappoints and with Daughters of the Bride she is at her storytelling best." -Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author on DAUGHTERS OF THE BRIDE "Mallery blends the friend-and-family relationships and self-actualization focus common to women's fiction [with the] happy ending of a contemporary romance, making this an excellent summer read for fans of both genres." -Booklist on SECRETS OF THE TULIP SISTERS "[Mallery] will appeal to fans of women's fiction, especially such friendship books as Karen Joy Fowler's The Jane Austen Book Club." -Booklist on DAUGHTERS OF THE BRIDE "Heartfelt, funny, and utterly charming all the way through!" -Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author on DAUGHTERS OF THE BRIDE 'An engaging read to be savored all the way through.'' --Publishers Weekly on The Friends We Keep
Book SynopsisBecoming a family will take patience, humor, a little bit of wine and a whole lot of love After life knocked Delaney Holbrook sideways, she didn't get down--she got busy. She went back to school and swore off men in suits. But then one particular man in one very fine suit proves too tempting to resist--Malcolm Carlesso. Malcolm's life has been complicated by the arrival of two half sisters he's never met...and isn't sure he wants around. How can Delaney trust a man who keeps his own sisters at such a distance? Alone in the world, Callie Smith never expected to find a family. Suddenly she's living in a house the size of a small country with her aloof new brother and streetwise sister, wondering whether this place--and these people--will ever feel like home. But a new opportunity presents itself, daring her to dream of more...until her past threatens to take it all away. Friends brought together by chance, Delaney and Callie will soon discover the closest families are bonded by choice--not by blood--in this uplifting story from the consistently unputdownable Susan Mallery.