on September 25, 2018
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In the snowy Highlands of Scotland, Suzanne McBride is dreaming of the perfect cozy Christmas. Her three adopted daughters are coming home for the holidays and she can’t wait to see them. But tensions are running high…
Workaholic Hannah knows she can’t avoid spending the holidays with her family two years in a row. But it’s not the weight of their expectations that’s panicking her—it’s the life-changing secret she’s hiding. Stay-at-home mom Beth is having a personal crisis. All she wants for Christmas is time to decide if she’s ready to return to work—seeing everyone was supposed to help her stress levels, not increase them! Posy isn’t sure she’s living her best life, but with her parents depending on her, making a change seems risky. But not as risky as falling for gorgeous new neighbor Luke…
As Suzanne’s dreams of the perfect McBride Christmas unravel, she must rely on the magic of the season to bring her daughters together. But will this new togetherness teach the sisters that their close-knit bond is strong enough to withstand anything—including a family Christmas?
~~Reviewed by Shell~~
I love reading Christmas books that’s mainly because I love Christmas and so does Suzanne who wants to have her three daughters and her grandchildren over for the festive season in the Scottish Highlands.
This book follows three sisters Hannah, Beth and Posy and their relationship with each other, and they think that each sister has a perfect life.
Hannah is the high flyer she isn’t married and definitely has no children…but she has an issue with Suzanne and because of this the year before she cancelled going home for Christmas…but this year she is going much to her other sisters’ surprise.
Beth lives in Manhattan with her husband Jason and two adorable daughters Melly and Ruby, she has a good life…but Beth doesn’t want to be known just as Mommy, she wants to do something for herself and it takes a phone call that makes Beth think she can have something for herself.
Posy is the youngest sister and she still lives in the highlands as a rescuer and she has a passion for climbing, she also works in the cafe that Suzanne runs.
What I didn’t realise when I first started reading was that I would then question my relationship with my own sister and I realised that we didn’t have one, we were just existing and I made a big decision to part from my sister and her family, which is shocking…but for me it’s been very liberating and I don’t regret that decision.
Overall this is an uplifting book, how each sister deals with there issues. and for this, I give 5/5 stars.