Versace Sisters

Versace Sisters From the backwaters to the sophisticated streets of the city sisters Bellarene and Serandipity have come a long way Sera s friends work home and even her children are beautiful and well styled bu

  • Title: Versace Sisters
  • Author: Cate Kendall
  • ISBN: 9781863256186
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the backwaters to the sophisticated streets of the city, sisters Bellarene and Serandipity have come a long way Sera s friends, work, home, and even her children are beautiful and well styled, but she finds herself stretched to the limit as she goes to extreme lengths to maintain the illusion of a flawless life No wonder she relies on her friends from Stitch n BitFrom the backwaters to the sophisticated streets of the city, sisters Bellarene and Serandipity have come a long way Sera s friends, work, home, and even her children are beautiful and well styled, but she finds herself stretched to the limit as she goes to extreme lengths to maintain the illusion of a flawless life No wonder she relies on her friends from Stitch n Bitch, a weekly knitting group that seems to produce lots of gossip but few handicrafts The group is composed of Sera s best friend, the ditzy Mallory flight attendant Chantrea, who balances full time work, single parenthood, and plenty of guilt about her child care choices single dad Sam and the uptight Jacqueline, the cookie cutter version of 1950s housewife perfection All Sera wants is to be perfect, but a little secret continues to haunt her past.
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    • Kirsti says:

      One of those feel good stories in which all the characters suffer from some horrible situation and by the end of the book all the good characters get their happy ending, and you're left laughing at the baddies. It wasn't a bad book, just horribly cliched. Still, it's fun to escape into a world of matching table cloths with cutlery and what not, so I don't mind giving this book four stars. Don't go in expecting Austen; this is like going for a Woman's Day magazine; not that there's anything wrong [...]

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