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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Contemporary Women
  • Language:English
  • Pages:293
  • eBook ISBN:9781620955475

Dill and Parsley

by Amanda Berger

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Overview
Meet Amy Jacobs. Bright attorney and single mother of two, who is battling her a disgruntled ex and her inner self. Meet her sister, spitfire housewife, Fran, who is everything her sister is not. Despite their differences and the difficulties they encounter, they remain the best friends. Meet Grandma Rose, the women who inspires and guides Amy through her most vulnerable and most lonely times. Readers will identify with sisters who are so complex and yet so ordinary. Dill and Parsley is real life. It is about the intricacies of love and family. It will make you smile. It will make you laugh. And it will make you cry. And it will make you wonder what you would do without the very special people in your life.
Description
Amy Jacobs is a thirty-five year old mother of two, a bright attorney, and has just survived a painful divorce. While she grapples with an ex husband who is vindictive and bitter, she must deal with her own inner demons and the toxic relationship in which she is embroiled. Her sister, Fran, is her pillar of strength. She is the antithesis of Fran in every way but she is her compass. Each sister has her own challenges and strengths and each learns so much about the other along the way. Dill and Parsley is about making mistakes and the journey we take to correct them. It is about betrayal and forgiveness. It is about learning and loving. It is about the intricacies of family and they dynamics that shape it. It will bring laughs and it will bring tears.
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