A Sister's Promise by Caroline Finnerty

I’m on tour with Rachel’s Random Resources with a book that will have you hugging your loved ones and wanting to heal old wounds. This is not the first book I’ve read by this author so I knew I was in for a good story!

Sisters Laura and Penny were once close, bonded together after the early death of their mother. Laura always had her younger sister’s back until one day everything changed and Penny disappeared.

Twenty years later Laura finds herself alone and at a crossroad in her life; questioning her marriage and her future.

Meanwhile Penny has spent her whole life running away from her problems until one day she is forced to stop and face the shocking truth.

When Penny turns up on Laura’s doorstep late one stormy night, holding the hand of a shivering little girl, Laura is immediately suspicious of her sister’s motives. Just what does Penny want and who is this little girl?

Penny carries a devastating secret that will test their bond as sisters and is forced to make an impossible choice.

Can the sisters find it within their hearts to forgive and unite before it’s too late?



This book will have you reaching for the tissues. Two sisters reunite after many many years apart. Penny visits Laura after Penny receives a life changing cancer diagnosis and needs support. Penny does not hesitate to help her sister and niece.

This book is incredibly sad and heartwarming at the same time. The relationships are powerful and important. There are many sub stories within this story and each one will affect your heart. This is a very well written book that you need to read with tissues.


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