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Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
This is the story of two sisters, Lindy Logan and her sister Jo. Lindy did not want a baby sister, just her doll and her mama. Her mother promised she would love her just as much as the new baby, but it was quite evident who her mother loved best. Jo was everything Lindy was not, beautiful, perfect and she looked like her mother. Jo wanted nothing more than to be a model, like her mother, Lindy wanted nothing more than her mother’s love. When they moved to the farm their world changed. The television and old movies became their link to the world their mother loved. When their mother gets sick will she learn the value of showing equal love between the two girls?
This is an excellent story of two girls, who, although they both prefer different ways to live their life, they have one thing in common. They want and need their mother's love. It was easy to fall right into the midst of this story and become involved with the characters. The plot has a powerful message, one many will relate to. This book will keep the reader entertained from the beginning to the end, whether you are a young adult or a grandmother.