Third in the trilogy. More of the Same, which is to say, if you are interested in romantic trilogies involving secondary characters from each as primary in another (in this case, three sisters adopted by their bachelor uncle and his one time lover and future wife and employee after the girls parents die in a plane crash), with Professional Sports as a key element, this is for you. It's not so great as a romance trilogy to shine without the Professional Sports -- you're probably safer reading SEP or La Nora or something like that.
I'll continue to read Phillips, at least as long as I can swap for them.
In this particular entry, friend of the family Spencer is outed and there's actually a pretty well developed sports/right wing politicians/homosexuality theme.