Sissie Klein is Completely Normal
Barnes & Noble
Published by: SparkPress
Release Date: November 9, 2021
Perfect for fans of Robyn Carr's Virgin River Series, the author of Goodbye, Lark Lovejoy returns with a stirring story of a mother's enduring love, a family's betrayal, and the ultimate act of forgiveness.
One mistake can steal your innocence. One promise can threaten a friendship. One secret can tear apart a family.
Sissie Klein barely remembers the night that tore her from the carefree life she knew. Not long after the shocked teen is pushed into marriage, she's rushed to the hospital, where a catastrophic delivery seals her destiny. Sissie may not have been ready for motherhood, but she loves her daughter fiercely, and she's determined to give her the opportunities she forfeited. Some fates, however, can't be avoided.
When Meg is a young woman, tragedy steals her father, leaving behind a legacy of deceit—and a toddler.
Heartbreaking, tender, at times humorous, Sissie Klein Is Completely Normal examines the ties that bind us—some inherited, some chosen, but none without their share of agonizing tangles.Add on Goodreads
“A warmhearted tale about second chances that will satisfy fans of romance and family dramas.”
“Reading Sissie Klein Is Completely Normal feels a lot like coming home. Kris Clink's stories are filled with warmth, heart, and characters you'd swear are real people. Don't miss this lovely book!”
—Trish Doller, author of Float Plan
“Sissie Klein Is Completely Normal is a bittersweet and compulsively readable reminder that no matter what life may hand you, it’s never too late to carve your own path. Kris Clink is a gifted storyteller and I can’t wait to read what she writes next.”
—Camille Pagán, best-selling author of Don't Make Me Turn This Life Around
Once again, Clink delivers a beautifully crafted story, rich with family drama and all the emotions that come with it. Told with impeccably sharp wit, superb dialogue, and unrelenting heart, Sissie Klein Is Completely Normal is sure to keep readers up too late, eager to turn to the next page.”
—Bethany Crandell, author of See Jane Snap
“I loved the characters in this book. They jumped off the page with such authenticity that sometimes it was hard to forget they were fictitious. I can summarize this book in one word: inspiring.”
—Zibby Owens, creator and host of award-winning podcast Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books