— Fern Michaels, the New York Times bestselling author of Late Bloomer and Crown Jewel, presents a passionate and heartwarming novella that will delight and inspire readers this and every holiday season.
— Right before Thanksgiving, a freak tornado descends on Larkspur, the small town in Pennsylvania... more »39;s Allegheny Mountains where matriarch and candy magnate Loretta Cisco -- affectionately called "Cisco" by her grandchildren -- lives, and levels the home she's inhabited for fifty years.
Then there's more bad news: Cisco's beloved triplet grandchildren, Hannah, Sara, and Sam, all newlyweds, are experiencing marital problems and they refuse to confide in their grandmother about what's wrong. Sam's wife, Sonia, has left him, and Hannah and Sara fear that their husbands are having affairs. Why else would they be coming home so late every night and seem to be keeping secrets?
As the citizens of Larkspur help to rebuild Cisco's home in time for Christmas, she vows to work a holiday miracle that will hold her family together.
With Family Blessings Fern Michaels uses her keen insight into the emotional bonds between family members and the passions that bring men and women together to create an enduring novella that celebrates love, family, and forgiveness, and shows why she is one of the world's best-loved storytellers.« less
This is obviously a book in a series, and I had not read the earlier story/ies, so the book felt a bit disjointed to me. This is a story that just makes you want to reach in and slap the characters because of the unneccessary misunderstandings and miscommunications.
Another great book starring "The Trips"....they are all married now but having some trouble adjusting to married life. Through lots of misunderstandings and fights, they all rediscover the reasons they fell in love to start with. I really enjoyed this book!
Right before Thanksgiving, a freak tornado descends on Larkspur, the small town in Penn. The matriarch and candy magnate Loretta Cisco levels the home she inhabited for fifty years. Then there's more bad news: Cisco's beloved triplet grandchildren are experiencing marital problems. As the citizens of Larkspur help to rebuild Cisco's home in time for Christmas, she vows to work a holiday miracle that will hold her family together.