A ten year age difference between half sisters Cher Smithfield and Ariel Taylor is not the only thing that divides them. From day one they’ve clashed about nearly everything, including Ariel’s crush on Cher’s ex-husband. Ariel, at 28, is still trying to find herself, while Cher has a perfect life managing a family property. She lives upstairs and runs a coffee shop on the main floor. After their mother dies suddenly, Cher’s stepfather divides the property, giving half to Ariel. Ariel has no blood claim to the property, and Cher once again is forced to overcome her little sister’s stubborn ideas of what is fair and right. For Ariel, turning the coffee shop into a full service restaurant is a no-brainer. For Cher, it means her quiet life and sweet oasis has just turned into chaos.
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About the Author
In her twenty year career as an English teacher, Cynthia Harrison published a non-fiction title used in the popular creative writing courses she teaches. She has published more than a hundred reviews, articles, and short fiction in print journals, including "Romantic Times" "Publishers Weekly" and "Woman's World." Cindy has been posting about the path to publication at www.cynthiaharrison.com since 2002. Read her “Blog Behind the Book” for <i>Sister Issues</i> there. Cindy loves to hear from readers. Email her anytime at .