If you don't understand how a woman could love her sister dearly yet still want to wring her neck, then you were probably an only child.
"Mom Loves Me Best" (And Other Lies You Told Your Sister) humorously exposes all the intricacies and intrigue shared between sisters, the only beings on earth who share family history, the same DNA, similar bone structure, and contempt for insufferable Aunt Gertie. Author Linda Sunshine's razor-sharp wit and humor reveals all aspects of sister relationships, from birth order and sibling rivalries to reasons why your sister's grass is always greener and her carpet's always cleaner.
The book includes tests for determining whether you're a good sister and tips for improving your relationship, getting your piece of action at the dinner table, and 14 surefire ways to drive your sister crazy. "Mom Loves Me Best" is a hilarious and knowing exposé that ponders the age-old question: If she wasn't your sister, would she be your friend?
Linda includes loads of personal anecdotal ammunition. After all, she wrote this book for her sister, Susan, whom she loves, despite telling her to drop dead often enough when they were kids.