Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak explores a question that terrifies many adults. What would happen if as an adult you found yourself quarantined with your parents and sister?
Olivia comes back from fighting a deadly disease in Africa and the family is quarantined. And her mother, wanting to make it a special time for the family because not only will they all be together but it will be Christmas, decides the quarantine will take place in their country house. Each family member is wrestling with secrets as they enter the family home for 7 days of togetherness. Secrets, frustrations, laughter, and what being family means are explored as the family is stuck together.
Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for providing an ARC for my review