Sister Dear is a wronged daughter’s ultimate revenge tale. After all, what does Eleanor have to lose?
Eleanor’s father lay in a hospice bed dying of cancer. On the last day of his life, she finds out she is not his biological daughter. Unfortunately, there is no one left in Eleanor’s family that cares for her. Eleanor’s mother prefers Eleanor’s younger sister, Amy. Eleanor was constantly emotionally abused and belittled by both of them her entire life. Desperate for love, Eleanor reaches out to her real father, who coldly rejects her. He has one adult daughter already and has no desire for another one. Eleanor decides to force herself into her half-sister Victoria’s life, whether Victoria agrees or not.
“It isn’t fair she’s got a perfect life, is it? Don’t you think you deserve all of that too?”
While it takes a while to get to the revenge portion of the book, it is worth the wait. Almost everyone in Eleanor’s life is not whom they seem to be. The twists are relentless in Sister Dear. Just a rollercoaster ride of vengeance. So fun! 4 stars!
Thanks to MIRA, Harlequin, and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.