No one drives you crazier -- or understands you better -- than a sister. In this wonderful collection, three tales beautifully portray African-American women bound by family, loyalty, and torn by the conflicts of romance.
Anita Richmond Bunkley's sisters have lost the men they love and need to find themselves again.
Sandra Kitt's sisters are divided by the stardom of one achieves -- and their desire for the same lover.
Eva Rutland's sisters demonstrate that a younger sister may sometimes know better . . . when it comes to her older sister and true love.
Each of these stories shimmers with powerful emotions, and shows how deep the connection between sisters is -- a connection that comes from the heart.