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Judge's Girls
Title Judge's Girls
Author
Publisher Kensington Books
Release DateOctober 27, 2020
Category Romance
Total Pages 336 pages
ISBN B085LV4QJJ
Book Rating 4.5 out of 5 from 55 reviews
Language EN, ES, BE, DA ,DE , NL and FR
Book Review & Summary:

"Written with powerful emotional honesty, warmth and humor, JUDGE'S GIRLS is a must-read." —Kristan Higgins, New York Times bestselling author Three very different women. Only one thing in common. But when their family patriarch dies and they must share his estate, the truths they discover will test them—and everything they think they know about each other. Beloved Georgia judge Joseph Donaldson was known for his unshakable fairness, his hard-won fortune—and a scandalous second marriage to his much-younger white secretary. Now he's left a will with a stunning provision. In order to collect their inheritance, his lawyer daughter Maya, her stepmother Jeanie, and Jeanie’s teen daughter, Ryder, must live together at the family lake house. Maya and Jeanie don’t exactly get along, but they reluctantly agree to try an uneasy peace for as long as it takes . . . But fragile ex-beauty queen Jeanie doesn’t know who she is beyond being a judge’s wife—and drinking away her insecurities has her in a dangerous downward spiral. Fed up with her mother’s humiliating behavior, Ryder tries to become popular at school in all the wrong ways. And when Maya attempts to help, she puts her successful career and her shaky love life at risk. Now with trouble they didn’t see coming—and secrets they can no longer hide—these women must somehow find the courage to admit their mistakes, see each other for who they really are—and slowly, perhaps even joyfully, discover everything they could be.

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