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"Heartfelt, emotional, and beautifully told. Absolutely one of my favorite books of 2018."-5 stars, Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsWith divorce and infidelity hanging from every branch of her family tree, Katherine Fuller sees no point in marriage. Boyfriends? Sure. Sex? Of course. Wedding vows? No, thanks. Still, when her younger sister Amy gets engaged, Katherine's on board with everything-dress fittings, the florist, and bridal showers. She won't let Amy down. She did plenty of that as a kid, starting the day she told their dad that Mom was having an affair. As if planning her sister's big day isn't enough excitement, Katherine's college love walks back into her life. It broke her heart to part from sexy Irish musician Eamon a decade ago, but falling back under his spell means confronting secrets she's been hiding for years. One will forever ruin the sunny way Eamon sees her. The other will destroy her bond with Amy. But some secrets are too explosive to hide. And when the worst comes to light, Katherine must rely on the one thing she's never, ever trusted-love. "For those who love sweet and angsty romance with a heavy dose of family drama, this is not to be missed."-NPR "Secrets of a (Somewhat) Sunny Girl had it all for me--a second chance romance and a tender resolution of past family hurt and secrets."-5 stars, Red, Hot and Blue Reads
Finalist, 2019 Booksellers Best Award
Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews Best of 2018
Agents of Romance Best of 2018
About the Author
Karen Booth is a midwestern girl transplanted in the South, raised on '80s music, Judy Blume, and the films of John Hughes. Karen writes contemporary romance and women's fiction, almost always about the dreamy guy you'd never thought you'd get. Her stories are full of breathless kisses, tearjerker moments, family dynamics, and more than a few things she's glad her grandmother didn't live to read.