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Peyton Thatcher copes with the loss of her twin sister by keeping busy with her work as a party planner and keeping her family at a distance. When middle sister Jillian announces her engagement, Peyton dreads working on the wedding with her oldest sister, Johanna. Then Jillian shocks the family with the report of a frightening diagnosis, and everyone must deal with past losses and present fears.
Number of Pages: 432
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2018
Series: Thatcher Sisters
Its been ten years since Payton Thatchers twin sister died in an accident, leaving the entire family to cope in whatever ways they could. No longer half of a pair, Payton reinvents herself as a partner in a successful party-planning business and is doing just fineas long as she manages to hold her memories and her family at arms length.
But with her middle sister Jillians engagement, Paytons party-planning skills are called into action. Which means working alongside her opinionated oldest sister, Johanna, who always seems ready for a fight. They can only hope that a wedding might be just the occasion to heal the resentment and jealousy that divides them . . . until a frightening diagnosis threatens Jillians plans and her future. As old wounds are reopened and the family faces the possibility of another tragedy, the Thatchers must decide if they will pull together or be driven further apart.
Vogt (Somebody Like You) explores the bonds of sisterhood in this touching tale. Piper Thatcher has just started a profitable party-planning business in north Denver and has a handsome and devoted boyfriend. Her life appears stable from the outside, but Piper is still haunted by the events of a tragic night 10 years earlier when her identical twin, Pepper, died in a snowmobile accident. In the present, Piper must help plan for her older sister Jillians upcoming wedding alongside oldest sister Johanna, who is skeptical of Pipers party planning abilities. To make things more complicated, Piper is visited by the ghost of her sister. Peppers spectral appearances prod Piper into realizing and sharing the truth about the snowmobile accident, which she has kept buried for a decade. With Pipers secrets unveiled, her sisters are compelled to come forward with long-held secrets of their own. Faith elements are present, but they never dominate. Piper becomes curious about Christianity, but discovers the value of grace and forgiveness organically from the Thatcher familys struggles to overcome tragedy. Filled with flashbacks, twists, and secrets, Vogts family drama forcefully portrays the lasting effect of brash, youthful choices.