The Wrong Sister

A tender, sexy 'second chances' story of family relationships and long-time unrequited love.

Attraction explodes between Fiona and Christian when they met on the day he marries Jan, her beloved sister. The only way Fiona has coped is by hiding on the far side of the world. The only way Christian has coped is by leaving on business whenever she visits her family back home in New Zealand.

After five long, frustrating years Fiona has the heart-wrenching six-week assignment of caring for newly widowed Christian and his tiny daughter. Their mutual love and respect for Jan holds them apart.  Will their lost love ever be given a second chance?

Billionaire Christian would rather spend time with anyone except the tempting woman who reminds him so much of his cherished wife. But Fiona has leave from her cruise-liner job and seems determined to do her family duty. Passion and temptation simmer between them as they get to know each other again. This sensual feel-good romance novel is heart-warming, steamy and bittersweet. How can craving the wrong sister feel so right?

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The story behind The Wrong Sister

It’s interesting being a sister. I’m one of a pair of daughters, and we’re chalk and cheese apart from our smiles and voices. Our mother used to ask all the time which daughter she was speaking with on the telephone. “Is that you, Kris?” she’d say.

But in every other way we were different. My sis was sporty, thinner, and taller. I was the creative one – always writing or painting or making a model of something. Never bored with my own company. My sis was the opposite. “What can I do?” was her constant complaint.

The two of us would never have worked as the two sisters in The Wrong Sister. We have totally different tastes in men. You should see who we each married!

But my devious brain started wondering what might have happened between sisters who were similar to each other. Would the same man be attracted to both? What if he could only have one of them? What if it then became possible for him to have the other? How would society react? What would their friends think? How could I keep them apart? How could I bring them together?

The Wrong Sister was the first book I indie-published, and even ten years later it’s still one of my better sellers. I guess tricky human relationships never go out of fashion!