Rosalyn McMillan -
We Ain't The Brontes -
Available Now! -
5 out of 5 books -
Charity Evans and Lynzee Lavender are sisters who are also writers, but their relationship has always been strained due to the sibling rivalry caused by their professions. Lynzee is living in the lap of luxury by being a New Times bestselling author while Charity is still trying to get there. Charity has been struggling to get another publishing contract for years. With being a few steps from financial ruin, Charity’s marriage and home life may be in trouble if she doesn’t get another contract soon. Things get even more out of control when Lynzee reveals that she and Charity’s husband had a child that was given up for adoption years ago. How will this news affect Charity’s relationship with her sister and her own marriage?
We Ain’t the Brontes is a fabulous book about what happens when sibling rivalry goes too far. Rosalyn McMillan does a wonderful job of breathing life into Charity and Lynzee’s characters. There are also a few secondary characters in this story such as Charity’s sons that makes this a well-rounded book. This story is peppered with true to life situations and emotions. You will see that there are two strong messages in this book. The first one is that blood is thicker than water, and the second is that marriage vows should be taken seriously. We Ain’t the Brontes is full of witty, thought-provoking, entertaining dialogue that makes this a true page-turner. With We Ain’t the Brontes, Rosalyn McMillan proves that she’s back and better than ever.
Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews
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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
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