Tuesday 30 October 2018

Guest Review: The Christmas Sisters by Sarah Morgan

Join Sarah Morgan this Christmas and treat yourself to this feel-good festive read about mothers and daughters, romance and drama, and Christmastime in Scotland!
It’s not what’s under the Christmas tree, but who’s around it that matters most.
All Suzanne McBride wants for Christmas is her three daughters happy and at home. But when sisters Posy, Hannah and Beth return to their family home in the Scottish Highlands, old tensions and buried secrets start bubbling to the surface.
Suzanne is determined to create the perfect family Christmas, but the McBrides must all face the past and address some home truths before they can celebrate together . . .
This Christmas indulge in some me-time and enjoy this uplifting and heart-warming story from international bestseller Sarah Morgan. 

Review: I love a book by Sarah Morgan, and a Christmas book to boot - well I'm really excited to read it now. This one, with its incredibly beautiful Christmassy cover, caught my imagination from the start and had me reading on when I really should have been doing something else. 

This story is about the McBride sisters, Hannah, Beth and Posy, all affected in different ways by a tragedy that befell them at a young age, robbing them of their parents. They always come together at their adoptive parents' home in the Scottish highlands at Christmas, where mother Suzanne pulls out all the stops to make everything really special for them. With memories of the tragic accident hanging over everybody, but never spoken about, things tend to be tense in the household, but this Christmas turns out to be different from others for the whole family. Each of the girls has something going on in their lives that is reaching crisis point, and Suzanne herself is struggling to cope with all the tasks she must complete before the big day. This would be a good time for the girls to pull together. 

Sarah Morgan has done it again - another wonderful, heartwarming Christmas story packed with drama and romance. I loved the totally believable characters and I loved the snowy Scottish setting. The format of the book was great too; it was like reading 4 stories within one cover, as each chapter dealt with one of the women in particular. The only thing I might have liked would have been to hear more from Suzanne's husband, Stewart. I thought he was just lovely - calm, patient and understanding all of the women in his life, ready to stand by them whatever. I would recommend this book as a Christmas read, although you could read it at any time, but you would definitely end up feeling Christmassy at the end anyway. 

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