The daughters of the SAL Sisterhood are three teenage women whose paths have never crossed. Meagan is a high school senior looking forward to prom and college, but she endures the secret pain of missing her long-estranded mother. Laney is a privileged college student with a loving family and a long-distance relationship, but she is speeding through med school to become a life-saving physician. Christa is an artistic high school junior in love for the first time, but the young couple's dreams and his family threaten to tear them apart. Soon Meagan learns her mother is closer than she ever knew, and now she must choose whether or not to forgive after more than a decade apart. Laney accidentally uncovers a secret about her own past that has her questioning her own mother's fidelity to their family. And Christa soon discovers she is pregnant and must make a choice no high school is ever prepared to make. As the secrets of the past begin to unravel, these young girls will learn of a bond that has connected them since before birth - a sisterhood so powerful that it changes each of their lives forever. Now Meagan and Laney must race against the clock to help a young woman they have never met change her mind and save the life of her child. For if the Save-a-Life Sisterhood had not existed, the daughters themselves would have never been...
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|Size: ||527 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781633674349 (DRM-EPUB)|
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