Review of Christmas On Chestnut Street



Christmas On Chestnut Street by Nancy Thayer is a heartwarming story of family, traditions, love and Christmas.

Felicia and her fiance, Archie, travel to Nantucket for Christmas and a Christmas day wedding. She wants to make her mother happy and figures it will mean a lot to get married at home in a small celebration. Her sister Lauren and her family will be there, as will Archie’s mother, Pat. With her mother, Jilly’s, attention to detail and ability to throw the perfect party, what can wrong?
Little does Felicia know that Jilly has ideas of reuniting her and and an old family friend that has moved in next door. That’s just one of the things that can wrong, one of many. There are many humorous situations that occur, as well as some more serious ones that need to be dealt with.

The characters are well developed and have many human…

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2 Responses to Review of Christmas On Chestnut Street

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for reblogging.

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