Two gorgeous weddings. A monstrous accident that destroys the world they once knew. A betrayal, countless changes, and fear of the unknown.
The five Sisters of Edgartown join together for another -- yet very different -- Christmas on the cozy island of Martha's Vineyard.
Times have changed. Romance, heartache, second chances, hurricanes, move-ins, break-ups -- they've followed the Sisters of Edgartown around the previous year and led them to the holiday season yet again. To encounter all these changes, the five Sisters of Edgartown plan to meet for a round of gossip and non-stop Black Friday shopping. But one of their own is late, then later, then later than late -- Until the four other Sisters of Edgartown receive a phone call that rocks them to their core. Hospitals. Wheelchairs. Heart-wrenching cries.
The Sisters of Edgartown are only forty-one going on forty-two. They've already lost a member of their group at the age of seventeen and aren't sure they can handle it all over again. But together, and armed with strength and hope and love, they fight to retain their powerful friendship and their link to one another, as one of their own strains to keep living. In the meantime, they encounter a terribly lonely older woman, alone for yet another Christmas and frightened to live out the rest of her days without any love in her life.
Dive into book seven of the Sisters of Edgartown: A heartwarming journey of friendship, loss, and love, and one that will make you fall in love with the Sisters of Edgartown and want the next book.