Synopses & Reviews
The national bestselling author of The Sister Season shares a new novel about a woman who discovers the spirit of the season is truly in the giving....
With the holidays around the corner, empty-nester Bren Epperson realizes that for the first time in decades, she has no large family to cook for, no celebration to create. So she starts teaching a holiday cooking class, and its a hituntil Virginia Mash, the old lady upstairs, bursts in complaining. Rather than retaliate, Bren suggests that the class shower Virginia with kindnessand give her one hundred gifts. So they embark on the plan to lift a heart. Along the way, amidst the knitting and the making and the baking, theyll discover the best gifts cant be bought and family celebrations can be reborn.
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Praise for the Novels of Jennifer Scott
“A really wonderful book.”—Jen Lancaster, New York Times Bestselling Author
"An uplifting story about...the redemptive power of familial love."—Liza Gyllenhaal, author of A Place for Us
"A fantastic story."—Examiner.com
"The perfect book to curl up with on a nice snowy day!"—Open Book Society
About the Author
Jennifer Scott is the national bestselling, award-winning author of Second Chance Friends, The Accidental Book Club, and The Sister Season. Her acclaimed YA novels under a pseudonym, Jennifer Brown, have been selected as an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, a VOYA Perfect Ten, and a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year.