By Heather Vogel Frederick
This Christmas season, sign up for the ladies of the mother-daughter booklet membership for a number of holiday-themed adventures! Becca, Megan, Emma, Cassidy and Jess have lots of analyzing fabric to bring about their journeys, too, as the publication membership is tackling the Betsy-Tacy sequence earlier than their subsequent assembly on New Year’s Eve. yet regrettably, not anything is going particularly as deliberate for any of the women. On a Christmas cruise with their households, Megan and Becca struggle over the rushing son of the ship's captain. Cassidy and her relatives fly again to California to go to Cassidy's sister Courtney... but if the West Coast factors homesickness for his or her former lifestyles in Laguna seashore, the relatives starts off to question what kingdom they need to name domestic. And a disastrous sledding twist of fate explanations either Emma and Jess to totally swap their vacation plans. among squabbles, accidents, and blizzards, every little thing appears to be like going mistaken. Will the women be capable of locate their vacation spirit in time for Christmas?
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Not that I don’t like book club, but it is Thanksgiving, after all. I was kind of thinking jammies, leftovers, a nap, maybe snuggling up with some holiday classic on TV. My grandmother really, really wanted to attend one of our meetings, though, and tonight was the only night everybody could get together. Cassidy Sloane is in my book club too, and she plays for an elite girls’ hockey team. They have some big tournament down in Rhode Island this weekend, and for a while it didn’t look like she’d be able to make it to our meeting at all.
Money is money, Calliope,” my father told her. ” Last night, after we met my grandparents at the airport, I overheard my mother and Gram talking in the kitchen. Mom told her that the layoff couldn’t have come at a worse time, what with her finishing up her master’s degree in landscape design, and Stewart knee-deep in college applications. If my dad doesn’t find a new job soon—something a heck of a lot better than delivering pizzas—she doesn’t know how they’re going to manage. Everybody seems to forget that it’s scary for me, too, not to mention inconvenient.
Cassidy has her camera out and she’s taking his picture. Zach is clowning around and laughing his head off over something she’s saying. Watching them, it’s easy to see that he likes her. You can just tell when a guy is interested in a girl, you know? It’s written all over Zach’s face that he likes Cassidy. 10 Heather Vogel Frederick Last spring, after he asked me to the Spring Formal, I really, really thought maybe he liked me. After all, I didn’t have to pester him or drop hints or anything. He picked up the phone all by himself and called.
Home for the Holidays (Mother Daughter Book Club) by Heather Vogel Frederick