Sisters-in-Law - Nina Bell Reviews
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Newest Review: ... Kate gets an uneasy feeling as Sasha seems to be flirting with both of her brothers and also her own partner Jonny. Life as ... more
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by - written on 02/05/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
The Fox family consists of Kate Fox, her partner Jonny, her brother Jack and his wife Helen, and her brother Si and his wife Olivia. Their mother Ella is another strong woman in their lives. We are introduced to this family at a Sunday dinner hosted by Kate, at her family home 19 Lovelace Road in the suburbs of London. Kate is a pivotal force in the life of the whole family, as she has been since her father was killed in a car accident when she was 16. At this particular luncheon, Kate has also asked along an acquaintance, Sasha Morton. A newly divorced mum of two who she has felt sorry for. As she arrives though, Kate gets an uneasy feeling as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Kate, Heather and Olivia are sisters-in-law and are all hiding something from the Fox family. The family have big expectations and the 3 women sometimes struggle to keep up with them. When the mysterious Sasha enters their lives one mealtime, all 3 women are immediately suspicious. Kate wonders why her partner Johnny has started working long hours at the office without a worry about their 2 children, can army wife Heather trust her husband Jack when he is home from duty, and is Olivia able to keep Simon's secret forever, or will it spell the end for one Fox marriage? Will Sasha will be able to penetrate the Fox family, and if so, which Fox husband is about to play with .. Read the complete review
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