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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Climax Public Library||RIC (Text)||33500013292859||New||Checked out||01/27/2021|
|Moorhead Public Library||RIC (Text)||33500013292867||New||Checked out||02/09/2021|
- ISBN: 9781538718223
- ISBN: 1538718219
- ISBN: 9781538718216
309 pages ; 20 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Forever, 2020.
|General Note:||Includes reading group guide (pages 301-309).|
|Summary, etc.:||"Sisters Rose, Magnolia, and Dahlia are each at a crossroads in their lives: Rose is getting married in six months. Magnolia is struggling after another round of failed fertility treatments. And Dahlia has just sent her two children off on an expensive European vacation with her ex-husband -- and his new girlfriend. When their Aunt Sassy invites them all to stay at her Bristlecone Inn for the Christmas season, it seems the perfect escape. When they arrive, however, they realize the home of their treasured holiday memories has changed. The cottages are run-down, and Sassy has volunteered them for the inn's annual Christmas Extravaganza, turning their timeout into a race to recreate the Christmas magic of their childhood before the big event. Though the sisters haven't been close for years, working together gives them the chance to reconnect. Each one has always assumed the others already had the perfect life -- but as the end of the year draws near, the sisters find their hearts opening to new possibilities. In their beloved Bristlecone Inn, they start to question what they really want for their lives and rediscover their dreams in the bonds of sisterhood"--|
National bestselling author Sara Richardson composes uplifting stories that illustrate the rocky roads of love, friendship, and family relationships. Her characters are strong women journeying to define their lives and pursue their dreams. Her books have received numerous award nominations and critical acclaim, with Publishers Weekly recognizing her stories as "emotionally rich, charmingly funny, and sensitive."
After graduating with a master's degree in journalism, Sarah realized she was too empathetic to be a reporter and started writing her first novel. When not writing, Sara can be found promoting women's health and empowerment by teaching Pilates or hiking the trails near her house. A lifelong Colorado girl, Sara lives and plays near the mountains with her husband, two sons, two fur babies, and a tortoise named Leo.
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