Book Review: Where We Were


Where We Were

by Kellie Sheridan
Patchwork Press
Women’s Fiction, Teens & YA

Pub Date 06 Dec 2016

I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Where We Were through the publisher and Netgalley:

This is the story of four sisters, Quadruplets with identical faces but different personalities.

Reece is athletic, adventurous, a force of nature, who is a little reckless.  Rhiannon is the hardest to get to know, she’s the smartest who would rather spend time in books than with people but she is also the funniest though most never get to see that side of her.  Reilly is probably the most sensitive, she genuinely cares about others and will do what she can to help them but sometimes she cares to much. Reagan is the introvert of the sisters, she is quiet preferring to live in made up worlds.

When their parents decide they are going to move everyone to Fairview Reece is angry. Rhiannon would prefer not to fight with her family but she worries about when she’ll get to see her boyfriend next.  Reece tends to get drunk a lot.  Reilly loves singing, reality tv, and cooking but no meat.

I give Where We Were five out of five stars.

Happy Reading

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