Review: Three Sisters by O.J. Mullen


Print Length: 346 pages
Publisher: Boldwood Books (July 26, 2023)

From One chance meeting. A night that changes everything.

The Kennedy sisters, Molly, Alex and Sam, have a Christmas tradition – a night out, just the three of them, sisters together.

Lewis Stone can’t face the work Christmas party, but as he’s one of the bosses, he has to put in an appearance. He leaves as soon as he can politely get away, ready for the holidays to begin.

When Lewis Stone meets the Kennedy sisters, a train of events begins that engulfs them all.

One sister is left fighting for her life.

One sister is left fighting for her marriage.

And one sister is hellbent on revenge…


My Rating: 1 star out of 5

Told through multiple points of view, this one was hard to keep up with.

Part of this could be due to the fact that the different points of view sometimes jumped in the middle of a chapter without warning, making it hard at times to figure out who was telling the story. I also found it more than a little weird that out of all the different POVS, only one of them (Alex's) was told in the first person, with the rest being told in the third person. 

Or it could have more to do with the fact that I could not connect with ANY of the characters as, despite their personal issues, they all seemed very one-dimensional to me. I needed more depth to them, which despite their numerous struggles, I never felt was reached. Although, to be fair,  part of me wonders if I would have had an easier time connecting with them if there hadn't been so many in the first place. 

Another issue I had was with the overall story. I felt that the author made it pretty easy for the reader to figure out not only how the story was going as it progressed but also what it was all leading up to. That, too, took a lot of the suspense out of the story, in my opinion. 

All things considered, while this one was definitely not for me, I feel there are others out there who will enjoy it. 

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of this novel from the publisher. This has not affected my review in any way. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are 100% my own.

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