Sisters Found

Sisters Found

by Joan Johnston
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Sisters Found by Joan Johnston

Charity Beautiful, bold and uncertain of love after being abandoned as an infant, Charity is bewildered by Kane Longstreet's marriage proposal. Despite her misgivings, she agrees to go home with Kane for the holidays. But at his cousin's engagement party at Hawk's Pride, she gets the shock of her life when she comes face-to-face with identical twin sisters Hope and Faith Butler, and sees a mirror image of herself.

Hope The stunning discovery that she is a triplet does little to distract Hope from her own personal heartbreak. The man she has loved all her life, Jake Whitelaw, is about to marry someone else. With only two weeks until the wedding, she needs a miracle. And thanks to her determined sisters, she might just get it.

Faith Fearing that her parents gave Charity up for adoption because of her own special needs as a child, Faith is consumed by guilt. She vows to see both her sisters happy, no matter what it takes. That means she's got to break up one wedding, arrange a couple more...and seize her own chance for happiness.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781587244292
Publisher: Cengage Gale
Publication date: 05/09/2003
Edition description: Large Print
Pages: 363
Product dimensions: 6.62(w) x 9.42(h) x 1.17(d)

About the Author

Joan Johnston is the top ten New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than 50 novels and novellas with more than 15 million copies of her books in print. She has been a director of theatre, drama critic, newspaper editor, college professor and attorney on her way to becoming a full-time writer. You can find out more about Joan at her Website, www.joanjohnston.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/joanjohnstonauthor

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Sisters Found 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome as always
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agardone More than 1 year ago
This is a great book, love the story line of triplets. It keeps your interest & you can never go wrong with a Joan Johnston book.
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GREAT love stories!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the best love stories :-D
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Great read great way in portraying love and neverending faith in people.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Joan Johnston is my very favorite author. This is great easy reading. One of her best!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it
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Guest More than 1 year ago
1. The most predictable book I've ever read. 2. The reason (financial) given was not commesurate with the cost of the deformity. 3. Living in a small town there's no way the 'twins' would not have heard the real story about their family as they grew up. 4. The book referred to Hope as having been away going to high school when, in fact, she was away at college. It would seem to me a proof reader was needed. I will read another book by JJ to giver her a chance for my further reading based on the reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was great. I couldn't put it down. I had to keep reading. My biological sister was given up for adoption 30 years before I born due to my parents being unwed and my father just returning from Nam. She found her biological parents and to her surprise a biological sister. We've had contact for 6 years now. I wouldn't change a thing. This book touched a soft spot.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For all the romantic glamor, this work of fiction also deals with real adoption issues. Fun reading on the beach where life is taken easy and miracles come and go with the tide. The triplets Charity, Hope and Faith unexpectedly meet face-to-face at someone's engagement party. There are thousands of adoptees out there who wished they too would run into their biological family at someone's party or in the grocery store, anywhere. I am the adoptive mother of a now 34-year old daughter and had to smile, on reading this book, how nice fiction can be. Our daughter is now reunited with her two sisters, but the event took 29 years to become reality. Now I imagine Hope wanting eight children with Jake, both adopted and natural, and Jake agrees, that 'eight sounds just fine.' For Hope's sake, I hope that number will remain fiction! Gisela Gasper Fitzgerald, author of ADOPTION: An Open, Semi-Open or Closed Practice?
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. It kept you wondering what was going to happen. I would recommend this book to anyone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was Wonderful! I loved every second of it! A very good romance novel that is very well written. I can't wait to read another on of her books!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love this book!!!! I couldn't put it down, I read 16 chapters the first day I brought it home. This was the first book I'd read by Joan Johnston, It will be the first of many.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book. I am not a romance reader. The only other author I've been willing to adopt is Nicholas Sparks. I thought this book was going to be more of a drama novel, but the romance, desire, devotion, and love was definitely seen in every chapter. I even found myself embarrassed while reading it. It's not a tear jerker, it seemed to be a typical love triangle plot, but it portrayed such noble characters. I also agree, it was very well written to bring closure to all the different angles - no dangling plots. As for the third sister thing - I was surprised it came so late in the book. I would have like to of read more about the bonding of the three. It just seemed to hurry along at the end. I am looking forward to reading more books by this author. Definitely a must read!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Family reunions and weddings should bring joy, not chaos, but the latter is what the Butler sisters find in this book. Though Faith is happy in her romance, she knows her sister, Hope is miserable as she watches Jake Whitelaw, who she has loved for ages, prepare to marry her former teacher, Amanda. Faith also knows that neither Jake nor Amanda will be happy in this marriage; Amanda is in love with Jake's brother Rabb, and Jake does love Hope, but feels he is too old for her. Yet, both are so darned honorable, they would rather go through with something that they don't want rather than cause the other the shame of being jilted. So, Faith is determined to make sure the right couples match up before four lives are ruined and hearts broken. Then, the Butler family gets a little surprise. The third daughter they gave up for adoption over twenty years ago finds her way home on the arm of Jake's cousin. Charity is naturally resentful to discover that she was given away, and the shock is a definite one for her family. It will take a lot of tears and rage for this family to unite, and there are still three weddings to make come together! ***** Told so well that all of the subplots merge smoothly and none are left dangling or short changed, this realistic novel is heart warming and heart rending at the same time. Each sister, and Amanda makes for a believeable heroine, and all of the heroes are truly Texan, strong, sexy, and honorable to an almost painful degree. Fans will not be at all disappointed. ***** REVIEWER: AMANDA KILLGORE.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was amazing. I couldn't put it down. I understand how Charity felt when she found her biological parents because I am also adopted. It can be really hard and I understand the reasons my biological mom gave me up. It was all for me. She wanted me, but knew she wouldn't be able to give me the life I needed to make it in this world.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was an OK book until I got to the part where the sisters confront their parents, and then I threw it in the garbage. What an idiotic excuse they gave! There are any number of things they could have done. Perhaps none were pleasant, but all would be preferable to giving away a child. Give me a break!