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Publisher's Summary

In the newest installment of New York Times best-selling author Kristy Woodson Harvey’​s Peachtree Bluff series, three generations of the Murphy women must come together when a hurricane threatens to destroy their hometown - and the holiday season in the process.

When the Murphy women are in trouble, they always know they can turn to their mother, Ansley. So when eldest daughter Caroline and her husband, James, announce they are divorcing - and 15-year-old daughter Vivi acts out in response - Caroline, at her wits end, can’t think of anything to do besides leave her with Ansley in Peachtree Bluff for the holidays. After all, how much trouble can one teenager get into on a tiny island?

Quite a lot, as it turns out.

As the “storm of the century” heads toward Peachtree Bluff, Ansley and her husband, Jack, with Vivi in tow, are grateful they’re planning to leave for the trip of a lifetime. But Vivi’s recklessness forces the trio to shelter in place during the worst hurricane Peachtree has ever seen. With no power, no provisions, and the water rising, the circumstances become dire very quickly...and the Murphy sisters, who evacuated to New York, soon realize it’s up to them to conduct a rescue mission. With the bridges closed and no way to access Peachtree Bluff by land or air, they set sail on Caroline’s boat, The Starlite Sisters, determined to rebuild their beloved town - as well as their family.

In “pitch perfect tones” (Publishers Weekly) and written with her signature Southern charm, New York Times best-selling author Kristy Woodson Harvey explores the magic of Christmas, the power of forgiveness, and the importance of family in a tale that reminds us that, no matter the circumstances, home is always where we belong - especially during the holidays.

©2021 Kristy Woodson Harvey. All rights reserved. (P)2021 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

What listeners say about Christmas in Peachtree Bluff

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Loved It!

I highly recommend this book and the others from this series. I can’t wait for the next one!

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A listen and bake kind of story!

Excellent holiday book to listen to while baking those Christmas treats! Lovely story and these characters are so fabulous!

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Another great Peachtree Bluff Novel

I love these stories and these women. The characters are just wonderful. It never ceases to keep my attention through the whole book hating for it to end. Bravo.

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A great Christmas gift to myself!

So enjoyed this book! Great new story for some of my favorite characters. The narrators were perfect and really brought it to life. Thanks for the holiday gift!

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I really wanted to like it…

I really wanted to like it but found myself not even being able to get through the book. It has all the makings of a story I would like, but I felt that there were too many characters and I ended up completely confused about how they are related to one another. It was very difficult to empathize with the sisters, as they all came across as entitled and childish. While audiobooks are my typical choice of story consumption, there were too many different narrators for the story, and I was distracted by some of the odd accents and intonations of the readings. And this is my first book from this author, and I wonder if it would’ve been easier to follow along had I already known the characters going in. It would be nice to read a holiday book without having to understand the complete family backstory.

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Loved it!

I always enjoy returning to Peach Tree Bluff and the people who live there. I hope there is another installment.

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Enjoyed it!

A sweet return to Peachtree Bluff at a special time of year; but first there is a hurricane! I enjoyed catching up with the sisters and Ansley. This was an audible listen for me and the narrators did a great job. The teenage relationship could have been less for me but overall it was really good and a very sweet ending. If you haven’t read the series, now is a good time as it is being picked up by NBC! So exciting!

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Sweet Christmas tale with a big heart

I’ve listened to all of the books in the series and really like how the characters seem very authentic. No character is over the top, they all have flaws and strengths, can make mistakes and forgive. My only complaint is that the men in their lives are a bit too good to be true - but I guess it’s essentially a romance series, so to be expected.

I hope the series continues- til then I’ll keep wishing I could visit Peachtree Bluff.

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I read the reviews and really wanted to love this book. It was just really sappy and the story just drug out with not a lot of excitement. I found myself fast forwarding through the last couple of chapters just to be finished.

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I did not want it to come to an end…really looking forward to another book!