The fourth book in the Sisters Ink series and the conclusion of the series Perfect Peice is a awesome book. Just like the other books, this book is centered around a sister, this time it is Meg, the calming sister, the glue that keeps them all together sister. Four sisters, different as night and day, adopted seperately into a loving family, have stuck together through all sorts of issues during this series. This time Meg is sick, she has a brain tumor and has surgery and it has changed her personality. The sisters are at a loss, because generally it is Meg keeping them together, helping each other. How will they help Meg? A story of how a family overcomes a frightening life moment. How they come through rough patches and hard times, and how the family stays intact. A story of good overcoming evil, you may chuckle if you have read the book, but the enemy of our soul is always trying to destroy families and it is a good overcoming evil book. Rebecca Seitz has a writing style that I love and I am sad to see the series end, I have read and reviewed all of the books in this series, loving each of them. This one was no different, I loved it and was sad to reach the end, but totally look forward to reading more from Rebecca Seitz. 308 pages $14.99 5 starsThis book was provided for review purposes only, no cash or payment was received for this review.