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Superb #Festive 5* read – The Christmas Escape by Sarah Morgan – full of relationship dramas and snow!!

Title: The Christmas Escape

Author: Sarah Morgan

Publisher: HQ

Published: October 28th, 2021

Pages: 352

Rating:  5*

My Review:

Christmas time, plans all in place
When reading an email causes an about face
Shocking revelations
May mar the celebrations

The planned Lapland visit may need changing
Who goes when, needs rearranging,
But a child's dream or reindeer and snow
Means they all must eventually go.

An aunt unknown for more than thirty years
Will reconnecting bring happy or sad tears?
Secrets from the past, long concealed,
What will happen when they're revealed?

With friendships and romance
With opportunities to give love another chance,
This is a moving, heartwarming read
Just the kind that at Christmas I need!

What a fantastic story, I hope you'll agree
With relationships the focus - and Lapland - you'll see.
The characters are brilliant, surprises galore
In this festive read, the kind I adore.

For my complementary copy of this book, I say thank you,
 As I share with you this, my honest review.


The new Christmas book from the Sunday Times bestselling author of One More for Christmas and A Wedding in December!

It was supposed to be Christy Sullivan’s perfect Christmas escape – a trip to Lapland with her family and best friend, Alix. But facing a make-or-break marriage crisis, Christy desperately needs time alone with her husband. Her solution? Alix can take Christy’s daughter to Lapland, and they will reunite there for Christmas Day. What else are friends for?

There’s nothing Alix won’t do for Christy, but Christy’s request to save Christmas is giving Alix sleepless nights. She knows something is wrong, but for the first time ever, Christy isn’t talking. What is going on?

As secrets unravel and unexpected romance shines under the Northern Lights, can Christy and Alix’s Christmas escape give them the courage to fight for the relationships they really want, and save the precious gift of each other’s friendship?

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