Book Review – The Christmas Escape By Sarah Morgan


An  uplifting novel of friendship, the festive season, and risking everything for the biggest gift of all… 

It was supposed to be Christy Sullivan’s perfect Christmas escape – a dream 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, Seb. Her solution? Alix, along with Seb’s oldest friend, Zac, can take Christy’s daughter on the planned Lapland trip, and they will all reunite there for Christmas Day. After all, what are friends for?

There’s nothing Alix won’t do for Christy, but Christy’s plan to save Christmas is testing their friendship. Especially as Alix and Zac have a difficult history of their own.

As long-held secrets unravel, and unexpected romance shines under the Northern Lights, can Christy and Alix find the courage to fight for the relationships they really want? And could this Christmas escape save the precious gift of each other’s friendship?

Published Date: 26 October 2021

My Review

Robyn lives in Lapland with Erik and for Christmas, her niece Christy will be visiting her together with her family. Christy is married to Seb and have a little girl Holly. She is suspicious of her hub and in order to stay back and travel with him to Lapland, she arrange for her best friend, Alix together with Seb’s friend Zac to take Holly to Lapland and both Christy and Seb will follow suit later. 

This book tell the story of 3 different couples each with their own issues and intertwined with each other. It have mixture of complex relationship and had a lot going in the story. Each of the ladies has their own struggle and in the story, each of them found their key to their own happiness. There is a twist that I did not see coming but I love how the story ended.

My Rating


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