"Allie Hudson Monroe can't wait for the day when renovations on the Sugarhouse Theater are complete so she can finally collect her inheritance and leave Pennsylvania. After all, her life and her fourteen-year-old daughter are in Los Angeles. Allie's divorce left her on the edge of bankruptcy, so to keep up on payments for her house and her daughter's tuition, she packed up and flew out east. But fate has a curveball or two to toss in her direction. She hadn't anticipated how her life would change after reuniting with her sister, Des, or meeting her previously unknown half sister, Cara. And she'd certainly never expected to find small-town living charming. But the biggest surprise was that her long-forgotten artistry would save the day when the theater's renovation fund dried up. With opening day upon the sisters, Allie's free to go. But for the first time in her life, she feels like the woman she was always meant to be. Will she return to the West Coast, or will the love she finds with her sisters be enough to keep her where Hudson roots grow so deep?"-- Provided by publisher.
Stewart, Mariah. Hudson sisters novel.
Inheritance and succession -- Fiction.
Motion picture theaters -- Fiction.
Self-realization in women -- Fiction.
Sisters -- Fiction.