Me and My Sisters

Sinead Moriarty

‘I really and truly loved it … it was a flawless read I didn’t want to put down.’ The Book Bag

A sister always knows you better than you know yourself…

Julie would do anything for her family. She loves her four boys and her devoted husband, but is struggling to keep sane and finds herself turning to an online mum’s group for some much needed advice.

Louise is at the peak of her career, a successful lawyer in a male-dominated world. She’s always been there to offer support to her sisters. But when she falls pregnant and decides to raise the child on her own, for the first time ever, she needs a helping hand herself.

Sophie has it all: the luxury lifestyle, the millionaire husband and a perfect daughter. She never expected that she might one day lose everything. But will she let the new cracks in her perfect life show, and tell her sisters that she’s in trouble?

The three Devlin sisters haven’t always seen eye to eye. But now that they each face the hardest times in their lives, they might just have more in common than they think.

Me and My Sisters is a heart-warming, funny and touching story of love, friendship and the unbreakable bond between sisters. Perfect for fans of Marian Keyes, Elin Hilderbrand and Mary Alice Monroe.

What readers are saying about Me and My Sisters:

I adored this book and have found a new favourite author … literally couldn’t put down again until I finished it. Highly recommended.’ Shellyback Books

The inevitable comparisons with Marian Keyes are justified and well deserved…a brilliant book for lovers of intelligent chick-lit. You’ll identify with elements of all the characters, guffaw in parts and scowl in others.’ Heat

Sad, funny and touching story.Closer

Timely, funny, smart…give yourself a break from the doom and gloom and get stuck into this cracker of a novel.’ Image

‘Marian Keyes has for years been the undisputed queen…Sinéad Moriarty is now a worthy competitor.’ Sunday Independent

Moving, disarmingly honest and at times laugh-out-loud funny.Sunday Times

‘Fans of Sinéad’s writing will know that they can expect honesty, humour and great story-telling.Hello

Her characters are well drawn, their dilemmas are all too realistic and their personalities certainly fizzle.’ Irish Independent

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