BOOK REVIEW A PROPER FAMILY CHRISTMAS BY CHRISSIE MANBY

Christmas comes but once a year . . . thank goodness! So keep calm this festive season and treat yourself to the warm, wonderful new novel from Chrissie Manby.

Take one Queen Bee: Annabel Buchanan, with a perfect house in the country, a rich husband and a beautiful daughter, Izzy . . .

. . . and one large, loud family: the Bensons.

What happens when their worlds collide?

When Izzy suddenly falls dangerously ill, adoptee Annabel has to track down her biological family to see if they can help her daughter. But can she see past the Bensons’ brash exteriors to the warm, loving people they are at heart?

With December just around the corner, is it too much to hope that the Bensons and the Buchanans can have a proper family Christmas?

Right where to begin with this book ,firstly when I finished it I felt really emotional and touched .

I read this due to it being chosen for a online book club im taking part in although I had wanted to read it to.I love the cover and knew it sounded a good read .

Within this book are great charactars and great storylines .You are hooked straight away and I couldn’t put it down even reading it while lynx was in the bath.

I laughed so hard I cried with the scenes of the granddad and jack who is a huge dr who fan so I almost felt like lynx was in this book .

I was adopted so could hugely relate to the feelings being shown .

This book has it all romance,humour an emotional journeys .

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One comment on “BOOK REVIEW A PROPER FAMILY CHRISTMAS BY CHRISSIE MANBY

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