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Island girls / Nancy Thayer.

By: Thayer, Nancy, 1943- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookEdition: Center Point Large Print edition.Description: 391 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781611737875 (hbk.); 1611737877 (hbk.).Subject(s): Nantucket (Mass.) -- Fiction | Sisters -- Fiction | Forgiveness -- Fiction | Friendship -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Domestic fiction.DDC classification: 813/.54 Summary: Charming ladies' man Rory Randall dies with one last trick up his sleeve: his will includes a clause mandating that his daughters, all from different marriages, must spend a summer at his posh Nantucket house. At least, they must comply if they hope to inherit it. The three sisters are not on good terms, but they do show up, with surprising and dramatic consequences.
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Charming ladies' man Rory Randall dies with one last trick up his sleeve: His will includes a calculating clause mandating a summer-long reunion for his daughters, all from different marriages -- that is, if they hope to inherit his posh Nantucket house. Relations among the three sisters are sour thanks to long festering jealousies, resentments, and misunderstandings. Arden, a successful television host in Boston, hasn't been back to the island since her teenage years, when accusations of serious misbehavior led to her banishment. College professor Meg hopes to use her summer to finish a literary biography and avoid an amorous colleague. And secretive Jenny, an IT specialist, faces troubling questions about her identity while longing for her sisters' acceptance.

Charming ladies' man Rory Randall dies with one last trick up his sleeve: his will includes a clause mandating that his daughters, all from different marriages, must spend a summer at his posh Nantucket house. At least, they must comply if they hope to inherit it. The three sisters are not on good terms, but they do show up, with surprising and dramatic consequences.

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