Saturday, September 11, 2021

The Inheritance by Joann Ross

Three sisters who didn’t know each other existed needed to get together after their father passed.

They didn’t know each other because each sister had a different mother, and their father never really kept in touch.

As the attorney handling the estate of their father met each sister at her home and invited them to the reading of the will, he was worried they wouldn’t comply.
They did comply, and two of the three sisters were shocked when they saw the house that looked like a house in France and when they met a grandmother they never knew about who was born in France and was part of the French Resistance.  The attorney declared success!!

A slow start to this book did lead to a terrific story line about the sisters, the house, and the information their grandmother relayed about her life as a member of the French Resistance.

Readers are treated to a book about the joy of finding family, finding love, and realizing happiness can come at any time in your life no matter how late.

An enjoyable read for women’s fiction fans and WWII fans.  4/5

This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


  1. This was my first book by this author.

    Have you read any books by her?

    Thanks for stopping.

  2. Nice review.
    I enjoyed this one too.
    Have a fantastic weekend!