While I am definitely tired of WWII books, The Wartime Sisters by Lynda Cohen Loigman, was a nice exception and a good read. The story is about sisters who grow up in Brooklyn and can’t get along because one sister, Ruth, believes that beautiful Millie attracts all the boys and is favored by her parents. Ruth marries, has twins, and moves away, and ends up needing to reconcile with Millie after tragedy strikes. I enjoyed the twists and switching back and forth between characters, though there were random other characters interspersed, which I didn’t love. On the whole, though, this was a decent and enjoyable pick.