Too Many Sisters

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Callie Armstrong's personal life was already in turmoil. Now circumstances are forcing her to share her successful music production company with three business partners.

One partner wants her husband.
One partner wants her money.
One partner wants her trust- even while keeping secrets.

Is this how it is with all sisters?

Callie has decisions...

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Overview

Callie Armstrong's personal life was already in turmoil. Now circumstances are forcing her to share her successful music production company with three business partners.

One partner wants her husband.
One partner wants her money.
One partner wants her trust- even while keeping secrets.

Is this how it is with all sisters?

Callie has decisions to make and secrets to uncover and lies to unravel in the midst of the family chaos. The only thing she knows for sure is that when they're all together, it's just too many sisters.

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Editorial Reviews

APOOO Book Club
The author used such vivid language that I laughed out loud during various scenes and I could envision them as well. I definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick, comical read.
Amazon Revier - Danitra McEwen
Loved it... This book was a page turner from the beginning to end for me, and I am sitting on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what the future holds for these sisters.
OOSA Online Book Club
I related to Too Many Sisters immediately as I too have many sisters. I give Nina Guilbeau credit for a job well done!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780981804705
  • Publisher: Juania Books
  • Publication date: 7/25/2008
  • Pages: 294
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.62 (d)

Meet the Author

Nina Guilbeau is the Siblings editor for BellaOnline magazines. She is the winner of the Royal Palm Literary Award. Her short story "A Lifetime of Music" was featured in the anthology "From Our Family to Yours". She is also a contributor in the "Chicken Soup for the Soul" book series.
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  • Posted February 5, 2012

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    Three is Enough

    “Too Many Sisters” by Nina Guilbeau is a dramatic family-oriented novel. It’s the story of Paula, Alise, Callie, and Marlissa, biological sisters by the same mother but with different fathers. Paula is the oldest and most devious one. She does whatever she can do to own anything that involves money. Alise is the wise and smart one. She attempts to hold things together at all times. Callie is the ambitious and successful one. She’s torn by infidelity with her marriage. Marlissa is the baby. She wants things that she cannot have without taking full responsibility for her actions. Together, these women are disastrous but must reunite as one when an issue arises between all that requires them to make a final decision that will affect their lives moving forward.

    I related to “Too Many Sisters” immediately as I too have many sisters. I give Nina Guilbeau credit for a job well done! I liked the details given regarding all characters, which gave me enough information to determine an outcome for this novel. The author gives a small twist near the end which left me wanting more. I shall wait for more books to come from author Nina Guilbeau!

    Reviewed by: Tekisha

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2011

    Excellent - You must read this!

    Everyone with siblings should read this book. I am dying to read the sequel "Too Many Secrets". Please get it out!!!

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