What's Yours Is Mine: A Novel about Sisters Who Share Just a Little Too Much (Paperback)

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Grace and Susannah have grown up to be as opposite as sisters can be. Grace is smart, successful, and happily married--but the one thing missing from her seemingly perfect life is the baby she's unable to conceive. Beautiful Susannah is like a car crash in motion: Always in trouble, she's been estranged from the family since abandoning her two sons from a disastrous early marriage. When their mother falls suddenly and seriously ill, Grace reluctantly calls Susannah back home. As the two sisters try to repair their relationship, Grace realizes that Susannah might be the answer to her prayers: Her sister is willing to be her surrogate, to give birth to Grace's longed-for baby. But when Susannah makes a reckless choice that threatens her life and the baby's, how far will Grace go to save her sister if it means losing the one thing she wants most?

About the Author

Tess Stimson frequently contributes to newspapers and women's magazines. Born in England, she graduated from St. Hilda's College, Oxford, before working as a television news producer. Stimson is the author of The Adultery Club, One Good Affair, What's Yours Is Mine, and Who Loves You Best. She lives in Vermont with her family.

Praise For…

“[A] brilliantly enjoyable novel about rival sisters and surrogate parenting—quite unlike anything we’ve read in ages. Put it on your bedside table right now!”—Heat (U.K.)

“With twists that will put your jaw in the dropped position, [this is] edgy, funny, unpredictable . . . for women who like it real .”—Daily Record (U.K.)

"Stimson weaves a suspenseful tale of unusual emotional complexity and honesty...The novel's bittersweet ending and its suggestion that all that ends well will not necessarily remain well further complements this intense and heartfelt tale of love and hatred between siblings."--Booklist

Product Details
ISBN: 9780553386127
ISBN-10: 0553386123
Publisher: Bantam
Publication Date: June 28th, 2011
Pages: 340
Language: English