Mary's never been completely honest with anyone--especially herself.
The man she's supposed to marry reminds her of her father in ways she's suppressed for years--controlling, abusive, and manipulative. The sisters she's finally found don't understand her shame or confusion.
When Ian enters the picture with his British accent and Montana tan, Mary starts to question the past and her loyalty to a father who took away all her chances at true happiness.
Can Mary help her sisters break free from their father’s diabolical past? Or will his sins corrupt any chance at true happiness with Ian? And herself?
I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion.
As with the first three I enjoyed Regretting Redemption just as much. The main character in this one is Mary, the fourth sister. She is completely infuriating! I mean that in a good way. Her demeanor and personality are so well written I just want to shake her. I want her to see what she's worth and accept herself.
I can only imagine finding out that my perception of someone, like a parent, is almost completely opposite of how everyone else sees him. Poor Mary has been hoodwinked. But the saving grace is that she gets the good side of her dad.
Having to come to terms with how you see yourself, your view of a loved one, and reconciling that with the truth is a terrible struggle. I wondered throughout the story if Mary would find peace. Having sisters is a wonderful foundation for Mary. With them and Ian she is able to find a new path.
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