Third Time's a Charm by Virginia Smith is the final volume in the Sister-to-Sister trilogy. Tori Sanderson, the youngest of the three sisters, is working around the clock at her job as a marketing firm. Her demanding boss has her working day and night and then ups the ante by giving both Tori and her rival Mitch to design a plan for a new restaurant. The winner gets a promotion and to be the loser's boss. It doesn't leave much time for romance, but sometimes love doesn't want to wait. Tori, who was hard to love in her sisters' stories, becomes sympathetic and the reader can feel her deep-seated pain at her father's abandonment that infects every area of her life. Smith has created a realistic and enjoyable family in the Sanderson women, and she neatly ties up all of the loose ends here.
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