The Sister by: Louise Jensen

I wanted so badly to say that Louise Jensen has done it again, but I can’t…..because The Sister was actually the first book she released. So even tho she has done it again and it‘s an amazing story, that particular saying doesn’t feel right in the review of her first release. LOL 

All joking aside Louise Jensen has quickly made her way to our list of favorite authors. Ever since we read The Surrogate, her newest release, we fell in love with her writing. So I’ll finally get to the review of The Sister.

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“There is nothing quite as corrosive as guilt; it eats away at you from the inside out.”

“We all have to carry the consequences of our own actions, no matter how heavy they are.”

“Grief isn’t an illness though, is it? It’s not as if you get better, like you do with the chickenpox.”

I did something terrible Grace. I hope you can forgive me…

The Sister is about a girl named Grace trying to find her way after the devastating loss of her best friend Charlie.  Everything is falling apart in Graces life including her marriage when she opens the letter from her memory box they made together as kids, and Grace begins to realize there is so much more to her best friend than she could have ever imagined. Grace is determined to find answers including Charlie’s long lost father. When she and Dan put up an ad trying to find Charlie’s father, what they get instead is Anna. Anna is Charlie’s long lost step sister…or is she? As strange things begin happening and Grace gets closer to the truth, what will she learn about her best friend and her family? 

The Sister is a perfect example of a psychological thriller. A story you get absolutely lost in, characters you feel, and shocks and twists at every turn. No matter how much you think you know what’s going on you don’t know anything until she reveals it.  We truly enjoy her books and can’t wait for the next one. 

To purchase The Sister from Amazon click HERE

To purchase The Sister from Barnes and noble click Here

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