Vacation" by Jane Green. In Manhattan Sarah starts to see her hubby Eddie as a stranger even after eight years together and two children. She rarely remembers the happy moments that they shared as she believes their two children have come between them. Eddie is finding his confidence is at an all time low. Will this be the last Christmas that Sarah and Eddie will remain married barring a Yuletide miracle.
"The Second Wife of Reilly" by Jennifer Coburn. When Prudence went to Ann Arbor for a reunion she had a weekend fling with her college lover and ended her marriage to Reilly, but feeling guilty as her husband did nothing wrong, she searches for a new partner for him. Six months later second wife Sarah decides to insure wacky Prudence stays out of their lives by turning the tables and searching for a husband for the first wife.
"Mistletoe and Holly" by Liz Ireland. Holly loves spending Christmas with her family, but afterward feels lonely as her two sisters and brother always have someone with them before, during, and after. This year Holly takes Jason with her, but as the days go by she has doubts as he fits in very nicely with her picture perfect family while she does not and even under the mistletoe her mind wanders back to work.
These are three well written and funny family dramas that are feelgood and not too taxing; Christmas is the link that brings them altogether and adds to the warmth as you read. Not overtaxing or complex.