This is the second Jaimie Admans book I have read and I love it just as much as the other one. Jaimie has a way of making her readers identify with the characters and events in her book whilst also making it out of this world in an almost “you couldn’t make it up” kind of way.
In this book Kaity and her sister are in the middle of their parent’s divorce and this sets the foreground for some of the events in the book. It’s brilliantly paced with a mixture of events which you may or may not see coming. I’d say this book would be suitable for anybody aged 10+. The way Jaimie writes will have even the biggest kids turning pages to find out what’s coming next. None of the story feels rushed or forced and it’s a really nice way to get into the festive spirit.
I really don’t want to say too much about this story line because I really don’t want to ruin any of the twists for people who are thinking of reading it. What I will say is this, if you have a child aged 10+ or just fancy reading something fun, buy it. It’s worth the money to take a chance and there’s a very good chance you’ll love it.
Filled with the spirit of Christmas, this book will make you smile and have you turning page after page. There are a couple of minute and barely there typos but you’ll be too interested in the story to really notice and they didn’t bother me at all.
The book is available in both Kindle and Paperback formats and can be purchased here;