Becky is looking forward to a stress-free Christmas at her mum and dad's house, when they casually inform her that they are renting the house out to Jess, Becky's half sister, and her husband Martin. Becky's mum and dad are moving to an up and coming neighborhood to try out all the new things the younger generation is enjoying. Not only will Becky be hosting Christmas for the first time at her home, but she's trying to balance the demands of her parents, her vegan non-consumerist sister Jess and husband Martin along with Martin's parents, and Becky's best friend Suz and her family. Becky is determined to make it the best Christmas ever and that no one goes without his/her favorite requests, including a vegan turkey. Becky's also determined to find just the right gift for her husband Luke and simply won't settle for the same tired aftershave. This quest for the perfect gift has its own twists and turns that add to the plot.
Becky's exploits never get old for me and I could laugh along every day of the year. I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.