Series: Hardaway Sisters

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Amy (Harlequin SuperRomance #734; Sisters #1) by Peg Sutherlandbook 1
Lisa by Ellen Jamesbook 2
Megan by Marisa Carrollbook 3

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Series description

A golden wedding usually means a family celebration. But the Hardaway sisters drifted apart years ago. And each has her own reason for not wanting any part of a family reunion. As plans for the party proceed, tensions mount, until it even begins to look as if their parents' marriage might fall apart before the big event. Can the daughters put aside old hurts and betrayals-for the sake of the family?

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