Author: Natalie Standiford
From GoodReads, "The Sullivan sisters have a big problem. On Christmas Day their rich and imperious grandmother gathers the family and announces that she will soon die . . .and has cut the entire family out of her will. Since she is the source of almost all their income, this means they will soon be penniless.
Someone in the family has offended her deeply. If that person comes forward with a confession of her (or his) crime, submitted in writing to her lawyer by New Year's Day, she will reinstate the family in her will. Or at least consider it.
And so the confessions begin...."
As a mother I was intrigued about the confessions of three teenage girls. It was interesting to ride along with each daughter and hear each thought and indiscretion each revealed. I kept reading to see which one I felt had done the most damage and who could be the one to offend their grandmother. Reading each confession you could see how different each daughter was and the different perception of what could have been the offending incident. I also liked how each girl learned, healed and felt remorse on their confessions. The end was unexpected and surprising which definitely left me smiling as I closed the book.