I love getting these Greene family novellas, but A Greene Family Christmas surpassed any and all expectations I may have had.
Within a few pages, I thought my heart would burst. Having the opportunity to visit with a fictional family you’ve fallen in love with is not only that; it’s knowing that when you reach the end, your heart will feel lighter than it did when you began.
A few words, and I was right back in Sunrise Bay, surrounded by this family that makes you feel like you’re a part of it. It’s the unwavering support and love they have for one another that stays with you long after you reach the end. But in this story, it was much more than that.
If I were to sum up this story in a single word, it would be “love.” The love of two people whose love blended two families into one The couples we all had front-row seats to when they found love The love a parent has for their children, whether biological, step, or adopted—not only that, but there is no distinction between the three. The love between siblings The love of grandparents You get the idea. The Greene family has always had love in spades, but this novella is brimming at the seams.
I cried, not in a sad way, but because of the way this family loves one another. It’s something we all want, and while we may have one element or another, not many are lucky enough to have the love that permeates the pages of every Greene Family novel.
I liked how the different points of view were balanced so that you could get updates on the entire Greene family without feeling overwhelmed. Let’s face it, there are a lot of members of the Greene family, and they can be a lot; just ask those who married into it. It’s witty and steamy, with siblings pushing one another and even a meddling member of the Greene family.
A Greene Family Christmas is everything I love about the Greene family wrapped in an unputdownable Christmas bow. The Christmas present is full of love, a nod to Christmases past, and a glimpse of Christmases to come. A heartwarming novella brimming with love, laughter, and steam.