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1999 Trade Paperback. 338 pp. Something In Common is a poignant story that reveals a common reality - being married to one man, but being in love with someone else. Three sisters grow up in a happy, loving family having everything in common until one of the sisters overhears an argument between her mother and father and her world falls apart. Finding out that she is not one of the sisters, she turns bitterly against her siblings eventually stealing a man from one of her sisters. But as the years passed, the two forlorn lovers discover that they cannot forget each other and try to find their way back. Can two people still find love after twenty-one years apart? Are second chances for love real? Can you find love again after so many years? This is a story of second chances, self-discovery and the kind of healing that true love can bring.