The rocky relationship between two stepsisters blossoms into an eternal friendship in the first two books in Lisa Williams Kline’s inspiring Sisters in All Seasons series, SUMMER OF WOLVES and WILD HORSE SPRING. In SUMMER OF WOLVES, Stephanie and Diana have a hard time adjusting to life as new stepsisters. The girls “pretend” to like each other, but it’s pretty hard considering they are complete opposites. When their new family takes their first-ever vacation to a horse ranch in North Carolina, not even long horseback rides in the forest can tame their tempers. Diana’s anger issues and Stephanie’s fear of everything prove disastrous, until Diana discovers the caged wolves in the deep woods. She vows to free them and, surprisingly, Stephanie agrees to help. But that’s when the real trouble begins. Their actions have unforeseen consequences, and if there’s any chance to make things right, Stephanie and Diana must put their differences aside. WILD HORSE SPRING brings the sisters to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where the two are convinced their once shaky relationship is now mended. But when Cody, a charming boy on an ATV, shows interest in both sisters, the seemingly vanquished sibling rivalry returns to the surface. But when one of the wild horses is critically injured in an ATV accident, Cody becomes a suspect. Diana and Stephanie attempt to put their jealousy aside to help prove Cody’s innocence. Will the girls be able to work with each other long enough to clear Cody’s name? Drawing both a complex and realistic picture of a relationship between two very different characters, Kline gives a voice to young girls everywhere, from those with wild spirits to those who are more shy and subdued. Packed with relatable stories, animal adventures, and a believably blended-family dynamic, the Sisters in All Seasons series will touch the hearts of many readers.
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