December 27, 2020

The Christmas Sisters Review

Title: The Christmas Sisters
Sarah Morgan
Contemporary Fiction,

“I’m saying that being a good mom isn’t just about protecting your kids from hurt, it’s about showing them how to cope with hurt. It’s about teaching them resilience and giving them the tools to handle whatever comes their way.”

Suzanne McBride is dreaming of the perfect Christmas for her adopted daughters in snowy Scotland. Hannah, the workaholic, Beth the stay at home mom looking to re-enter the workforce and Posey, the mountain climber are super close but generally aren’t all together until the holidays. Despite being close tensions are always high due to some childhood trauma they all suffered and this Christmas is no exception.

What a heartwarming story that I absolutely loved. I loved the dynamic between the family, it had be craving seeing my family which I haven’t been able to do due to covid. I found the characters to all be relatable in some way. I appreciated how the author handled how a trauma from their childhood had impacted them. I loved everything about this book and found myself wishing that it wouldn’t so that I could continue to follow these characters. I look forward to reading more of Sarah Morgan’s books.