Mystery, comedy, and romance collide in the thrilling, fast-paced tale of I THINK I LOVE YOU!
"Stephanie Bond is really on a roll. I THINK I LOVE YOU cements her reputation as an author who delivers irony, humor and turmoil in ample amounts." --Romantic Times Book Reviews
Sisters share everything in their closets, including the skeletons...
Twenty years ago, the Metcalf sisters witnessed a murder and formed a pact of silence. Now they're estranged and scattered because they all fell in love with the same man. When the sisters converge at their childhood home, old wounds are laid open against the backdrop of liquidating their parents' antiques business. And when the playboy who broke up their family shows up, things go from bad to worse!
More praise for I THINK I LOVE YOU:
"With its energetic prose and cozy Southern setting, this read is a sterling source of laughs and lighthearted fun." --Publishers Weekly
"The only reader I wouldn't recommend I THINK I LOVE YOU to is one who doesn't like to have a good time." --All About Romance
If you want to kick back and immerse yourself in a story chock-full of laugh-out-loud family dysfunction, mystery, and romance, I THINK I LOVE YOU is the book for you!
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Justine, Mica and Regina--three sisters torn apart by a murder they witnessed years ago. Unrelated events bring them back to their hometown in North Carolina at the same time--only to find that their lives may be in danger because of what they saw. A suspenseful tale that includes just the right amount of romance, humor and mystery to make it a great summer read. I couldn't put it down!!
I Think I Love You (Kindle Edition) by Stephanie Bond This is the story of three sisters Justine, Regina & Mica. They each have their own talents and a bit of sibling rivalry. One man came between the sisters, breaking the bond between them. They all come home for their own reasons and learn the family business is broke. Next they find a murderer is out there and the sisters will have to unite to find out truths they may not want to learn, protect each other, or forever stay divided. A fast paced who-done-it with a lot of secrets, twists turns and some laugh out loud moments. Some of the characters were likable, others I could not stand at all. I could relate to the sisters with their private battles, because I have daughters. I am a fan of Stephanie Bond, I Think I Love You is one of my favorites. I recommend to mystery/romance readers.
The exhilarating romance and thrilling suspense in the novel, I Think I Love You by Stephanie Bond keeps the readers yearning for more. An accident that occurs twenty years ago comes back to haunt and change the lives of three sisters. The story takes place in Monroeville, North Carolina. In their teen years, Regina, Mica, and Justine Metcalf witness the murder scene of their dear aunt LyLa. The three sisters swear to secrecy that they will never let anyone know what they saw, in fear that the murderer might think they know who he is and come after them. Twenty years has pass, and the three sisters have all move out of State to carry on their own lives. However, Mica and Justine face difficulties with their lives and run back home to their parents. Meanwhile, Regina is already at home helping out wit her parent¿s divorce. At the same time all this is taking place, the convict criminal to dear aunt Lyla¿s death wants a re-trial to prove his innocence. This raises Regina¿s thought and makes her believe they have the wrong man convict for the crime. While trying to solve this crime, Regina gets involve with the appraiser her parents hire. Meanwhile, Mica and Justine are having a rivalry over Dean, an old high school sweetheart. Will the three sisters be able to find the right man for the crime, solve the different problems each one has with the other, and save their sisterhood relationship? Stephanie Bond creates a great deal of nervousness and tension to keep the readers attention and to keep them guessing. One minute she makes you believe that this one character is the murderer. The next minute she makes the other character seem like the murderer. On the other hand, she makes it very clear to as who the murderer is. The hardest part is noticing her obvious clues. She leaves that to the readers mind and eye. Stephanie Bond also uses conflicts everyone can relate to in their real lives. For instance, Mica and Justine are fighting over Dean; sadly there are many sisters in today¿s society that can be place in this situation. Stephanie Bond also uses a large amount of romance to raise the story up a notch and make it more electrifying to read. This book I Think I Love You is for everyone, and not just for mystery and romance lovers. After reading this book, one will be more aware of the surroundings around them. Everything is always laid out and so clear, but its up to ones eyes to see it or not. This book is very fascinating; the romance makes it even more appealing because it creates such a steamy mood to the story. The anxiety the author creates keeps the readers well interested and longing for more! Once the book is open, it will never be close!
Another excellent mystery from Stephanie Bond. I couldn't put the book down from start to finish. When are they going to start turning her excellent books into movies? Forget Grisham - I want to see Stephanie Bond's work on the screen!
In Monroeville, North Carolina, the three sisters Justine, Regina, and Mica grow up in a strange household where their hippie parents refuse to marry though they have lived together for almost two decades and co-own M&G Antiques. The oldest high schooler Justine takes her siblings to spy on lover¿s lane. However, what they see frightens them as they observe someone killing their Aunt Lyla. Since they cannot identify the murderer, the three siblings agree to remain silent. Twenty years later, the trio lives in separate parts of the country. Justine is an executive at a cosmetics firm in Pennsylvania. Regina edits nonfiction self help books in Boston. Mica is an internationally famous hair model living in Los Angeles. The threesome rarely talk to one another since the homicide incident and Mica stealing Justine¿s boy friend nasty Dean Haviland. However, circumstances in their lives and that of their parents bring the trio back to Monroeville where they can continue to squabble or begin the road to healing. I THINK I LOVE YOU is no bubblegum Partridge family teen tale, but instead Stephanie Bond provides a strong look at a dysfunctional family. The story line works because the three sisters seem like real siblings struggling with rivalries, loves, and just meeting one another halfway. The schism between the trio makes the tale work though their new male interests relatively fall into place to easily. Still fans will bond with the cast and expect more lay it on the line type of relationship dramas from this talented author. Harriet Klausner