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The Other Sister (Paperback)
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When it turns out your life is built on a lie, how do you even start to find yourself? In this stunning follow-up to A House Divided, author Donna Hill reveals one woman’s challenge to peel back the layers of her identity—and hopefully gain more than she’s
lost . . .
She’s a brilliant Senate candidate, a tech mogul's loving wife, and mother to two precious daughters. As a member of one of the country's most prominent families, Kimberly Maitland grew up having it all—and fighting to help those who need help most. But when journalist Zoie Crawford reveals her family's best-hidden, most shattering secret, the media firestorm and personal fallout are beyond devastating . . .
Now Kimberly's campaign and reputation is in ruins. Her unforgiving husband is moving to break up their family for good. And with nowhere to go, Kimberly must take refuge with the family she never knew she had—and answer the hardest questions of her life. Who is she outside of her accomplishments and privilege? Will forging new, unexpected bonds give her the strength and courage to remake herself without losing everything else she loves?
About the Author
DONNA HILL has more than seventy published titles to her credit since her first novel was released in 1990, and is considered one of the early pioneers of the African American romance genre. Three of her novels have been adapted for television. She has been featured in Essence®, New York Daily News, USA Today, Today’s Black Woman, and Black Enterprise among many others, and her work has appeared on several bestseller lists, including Essence®, Emerge, and The Dallas Morning News. Donna currently lives in Brooklyn with her family. Visit her online at DonnaOHill.com.
"The Other Sister expertly addresses the effects of colorism, and the myriad complicated issues that arise from it in everyday life."
—African American Literature Book Club