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If You Must KnowThe rules at the school where she works; in her community; and as a picture perfect daughter wife and mother to be Erin follows her heart in love and otherwise living a bohemian lifestyle on a shoestring budget and honoring her late father’s memory with a passion for music and her fledgling bath products businessThe sisters are content leading sep. The story is set in small town Potomac Point and is centered on two sisters who couldn’t be different from each other Amanda who is pregnant a teacher a perfect daughter and wife whose life is suddenly shattered when her husband leaves her for another woman Erin is a free spirit who lives a Bohemian lifestyle and follows her heart in matters of the love and family This is a character driven story about strong women complex family dynamics and sibling rivalry Overall I enjoyed a great family drama that is heartwarming emotional and poignant that is easy to read with great characters I loved reading about Well done Jamie Beck on this amazing story you told so well Looking forward to this great start of the series

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If You Must Know Free download Ê eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ✓ Life turns upside down for two sisters in Wall Street Journal bestselling author Jamie Beck’s emotional novel about how secrets and differences can break—or bind—a familySisters Amanda Foster and Erin Turner have little in common except the childhood bedrArate but happy lives in their hometown of Potomac Point until everything is upended by lies that force them to confront unsettling truths about their family themselves and each other For sisters as different as these two building trust doesn’t come easily especially with one secret still between them but it may be the only way to save their famil. If You Must Know is women fiction book that follows lives of two sisters Amanda and Erin when they lives implode after certain things come to light These two are very different Amanda is married one kindergarten teacher the introvert always doing the right thing On the other hand Erin is free spirited yoga instructor taking life how it comes tells it like it is The whole family is dealing with still fresh loss of their father But everything is worse when Amanda finds out that her husband is having an affair Erin love life is no better after her ex boyfriend steals her valuable music records They all have to come to terms with all the trouble they are facing individually and together as a family Pros; good writing pace of the story interesting story line Erin and Amanda opposites makes for good points of view from both sides family relationships; I am glad that Amanda and Erin worked on their issues and sister bondCons; ending is of happy for now which is subjective thing that I didn't like very much besides main issues with Amanda's husband nothing really resolved with certainty which again can be my subjective thing I am left curious did I miss what is going on with their mother health I am unhappy how relationship between Erin and her mother is dealt with through out the book she is awful to her and than everything is good in one sentence very little romance Overall this is a solid novel It is a first in a series and I am not sure which characters will next book be about but Potomac Point is excellent small town setting I read this author before and her work now it reminds me of the transition that Kristan Higgins did years ago I'm excited for what is to come 35 starsThanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book in exchange for an honest opinion

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Life turns upside down for two sisters in Wall Street Journal bestselling author Jamie Beck’s emotional novel about how secrets and differences can break or bind a familySisters Amanda Foster and Erin Turner have little in common except the childhood bedroom they once shared and the certainty each feels that her way of life is best Amanda follows. My Rating 35 StarsThey grew up as sisters distanced by their own style of seeing and acting out life Amanda followed the rules lived for the rewards of being the perfect daughter wife and mother to be Then her life took a shocking and painful spin out of control Erin lives a Bohemian lifestyle colorful visionary than her black and white sister Their differences caused tension in their family but now as adults deceit loss and betrayal may be what brings them to a new understanding and acceptance Family secrets petty jealousies and selfishness mark this tale of two sisters who may find they have in common than DNA IF YOU MUST KNOW by Jamie Beck has all of the makings of a truly deep and soul level read one that readers could say that’s me or I know someone like that but for me it fell shortI’m not sure if it was the portrayal of the mother as being feeble at a young age even before she did seem to have problems or perhaps the whining of Amanda who uite frankly put me off really enjoying the powerful message of this tale Instead I felt her own insular ideals of the perfect life made her less real to meErin had her share of ups and downs too but her break up with her boyfriend seemed almost too contrived too convenient other than that she made this story for meNot a fast paced read filled with heavy angst and surface resolutions but not a lot of growth for all of the characters This just missed the mark for me in the family saga departmentI received a complimentary ARC edition from Montlake Romance This is my honest and voluntary reviewSeries Potomac Point Book 1Publisher Montlake Romance June 1 2020Publication Date June 1 2020Genre Women's Fiction | Family SagaPrint Length 362 pagesAvailable from | Barnes NobleFor Reviews Giveaways Fabulous Book News follow