Sissie Klein Is Completely Normal

 



One mistake can steal your innocence. One promise can plague a friendship. One secret can tear apart a family.

Sissie Klein barely remembers the night that tore her from the carefree life she knew. Not long after the shocked teen is pushed into marriage, she’s rushed to the hospital where a catastrophic delivery seals her destiny.

Sissie is determined to give her daughter the opportunities she forfeited, but some fates can’t be avoided. Tragedy strikes, leaving behind a legacy of deceit—and an orphaned toddler.

Told with heartbreaking honesty and shrewd humor, Sissie Klein Is Completely Normalexamines the ties that bind us—some inherited, others chosen—none without their share of agonizing tangles.


My Review

I have not read the first book in this series but after finishing this book, I do want to go back and learn more about Lark. There are many things that could have set this book up to not be a good one but none of those were present in this book. 

Examples are having a downcast tone to the story, unappealing characters, and a weak ending. As I said, none of these were present. Even at the bad moments when the lies came out, there was no harsh feelings. 

Sissie had me cheering for her the whole time. She is someone that readers can relate to very well. This story would not be what it is if it was not for the characters. So pick up a copy and get to know Sissie. 

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