We Are The Brennans, (A Book Review)

We Are The Brennans by Tracey Lange is the story of an Irish-American family trying to stay close and take care of one another despite what life throws their way. It reminded me of the late, beloved Maeve Binchy’s family dramas.

After an accident in LA, their sister, Sunday, returns to the family home in New York, where her father and brothers all live together. Coming home means Sunday has to rub shoulders with her ex-fiancé, who works with her brother Denny. Sunday slowly heals from her accident and begins to help out at the family pub.

As she sorts out her feelings for her ex, Kale, and works through what made her leave so suddenly five years earlier, dark family secrets begin to find the light of day.

Someone wants revenge on their family–someone who knows things that could ruin them. The Brennans will either face the painful truth and it will tear them apart or they will band together, stronger than ever.

If you like novels about families and the secrets they keep, you’ll enjoy reading We Are The Brennans.

*I received a free ARC of We Are The Brennans from Celadon Books in exchange for my honest review.

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