Sisters share everything in their closets, including the skeletons…
Twenty years ago, the Metcalf sisters witnessed a murder and formed a pact of silence. Now they’re estranged and scattered because they all fell in love with the same man—fiery older sister Justine was engaged to handsome Dean Haviland; at the same time Dean was trying to bed mousy Regina, then jilted Justine at the altar to elope with their younger sister Mica.
Middle sister Regina Metcalf is a self-help book editor in Boston, perennially in search of a book that will help her sort out her own unfulfilled life. Ever the referee, she still feels responsible for not being able to keep her family together. Then her mother calls and asks her to come home to North Carolina—her parents are splitting and need help liquidating their antiques store. Regina agrees, even though she knows the trip home will dredge up ghosts.
Oldest sister Justine Metcalf is a balls-busting executive for a cosmetics company in Pennsylvania. She has money, power, and great redheaded looks. But her penchant for other women’s husbands backfires when a scorned wife comes after her. Justine decides an impromptu visit to her parents in North Carolina is in order.
To the outside world, youngest sister Mica Metcalf seems to have the ideal life—she’s a gorgeous, successful hair model living in L.A., with a celebrity lifestyle and handsome Dean Haviland on her arm. Both of her sisters wanted him, but she got him—and, unfortunately, his temper. Mica can’t bring herself to leave him, until she learns he’s cheating. She decides to retreat to her parents’ home in North Carolina to recuperate and to ponder her next move.
When the sisters converge at their childhood home, old wounds are laid open against the backdrop of liquidating their parents’ antiques business. And when Dean shows up, things go from bad to worse, especially when the lady-killer turns up dead.
In this fast-paced suspenseful comedy, three women discover that sisterhood transcends men, mistakes…and even murder.
"With its energetic prose and cozy Southern setting, this read is a sterling source of laughs and lighthearted fun." --Publishers Weekly
"The only reader I wouldn't recommend I THINK I LOVE YOU to is one who doesn't like to have a good time." --All About Romance
"Stephanie Bond is really on a roll. I THINK I LOVE YOU cements her reputation as an author who delivers irony, humor and turmoil in ample amounts." --Romantic Times Book Reviews