The Magnolia Sisters by Michelle Major Review

The Magnolia Sisters
Magnolia Sisters #1
By Michelle Major
Released: March 31st, 2020
HQN Books
Source: ARC provided by Publisher

An inheritance brought her to Magnolia, but love just might keep her there…

Avery Keller arrives in Magnolia, North Carolina, with one aim: collect her inheritance and quickly put the quirky town in her rearview mirror. But the father who didn’t acknowledge her when he was alive has left Avery a mess to sort through—along with two half-sisters she’s never met and a gorgeous single dad living next door. Soon her plan to keep this colorful, close-knit community at a distance gets complicated….

Grayson Atwell has rescued plenty of people in his firefighting career. His work and his little girl, Violet, are his entire world and there’s no time for anything—or anyone—else. But the vulnerability beneath Avery’s prickly facade brings out a fiercely protective side of him. Despite her protests, Gray can see that Avery’s falling under Magnolia’s spell—just like he’s falling for her. Now the only question is: How can he convince her to give them both a chance at forever?
*ARC provided by the publisher, in exchange for an honest and unbiased review*

I opened this book not knowing what to expect, but the idea of inheriting something from a father who you always thought was a one night stand, to suddenly finding you had two half-sisters intrigued me.

The Magnolia Sisters far surpass anything that I would have imagined! Avery, Carrie, and Meredith's characters are absolutely perfect, the way they spar off each other is excellent. Then there is 5-year-old Violet and all her sassiness and her father Grey, who just made the book complete for me! What an amazing start to a new series and the small town vibes could seriously give Hallmark a run for their money.

I give The Magnolia Sisters 5 stars! I honestly cannot wait to start the next book in the series!



Michelle Major grew up in Ohio but dreamed of living in the mountains. Soon after graduating with a degree in Journalism, she pointed her car west and settled in Colorado. Her life and house are filled with one great husband, two beautiful kids, a few furry pets, and several well-behaved reptiles. She’s grateful to have found her passion for writing stories with happy endings.

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