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    Fabulous!

    I feel like this is a punchline to a joke. Instead of three men walk into a bar, three Walsh men walk into a lingerie store.... It begins with Judy's Christmas letter, and ends with me in tears. Every member of the family is represented here. Twists, turns surprises, and two things that I am DYING to know the answer to. But no spoilers here. Just, go forth and read this. Make cookies, make eggnog, and between baking batches, curl up with this. I'm a Grinch, and this almost makes me want a holiday.
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    LOVED

    Thresholds is not a standalone. I would recommend having some prior Walsh experience to fully enjoy each moment of this book. In Thresholds, we get to see everyone during the Christmas rush in Boston. New friends are introduced a bit more and we get updates on old favorites. The book is told from multiple points of view, some are familiar, some are new. Thresholds had me tearing up, in heartbreak, then from laughter. I was devouring each word. I've been a huge fan of Ms. Canterbary's writing style since book 1, and Thresholds is no exception. I simply could NOT put it down. The Walsh Universe is one I could happily get stuck in and never leave. Thresholds is paced evenly, laugh out loud funny at points, and gasp worthy at others. I loved getting to know a few characters a bit better, and to be in their head felt like an experience of a lifetime. I can say, I will never get sick of this family, and will gladly accept any scrap of the Walshes Ms. Canterbary is willing to give.
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    Beautiful, Witty and Emotional

    Thresholds is an unexpected surprise book 8 in the Walsh family series and absolutely nothing has changed. Kate continues to give us deep yet funny, witty, beautiful characters who despite their idiosyncrasies have us all falling over each other to get just one more piece of them. If you haven't read previous books, you might want to start there as this book will definitely contain spoilers to those other books (but they still can't ever really spoil them because you WANT to read Kate's words...every last one of them.) THIS MAY contain spoilers only if you have not read the previous books. ........................................................................................................................................................................ Thresholds gives us a bird's eye view of the "what happens after" the siblings have all seemed to have found their footing, their significant others, the life's purpose. Is it smooth sailing? Probably not...life usually has a few pitfalls along the way. It is difficult to tell you about the book without spoiling some wonderful revelations that are not in the previous books. But I can say that Shannon and Will have "extensive conversations", Sam and Tiel find their "after baby" selves again, Patrick and Andy find themselves in tight quarters both physically and emotionally, Matt and Lauren find their groove, Nick and Erin fall more in love despite distance, Riley & Alex are definitely in the honeymoon phase still and Judy and the Commodore? Well they just love singing competitions. Shopping for Christmas gifts will never, ever be the same and family dinners are as they have always been, full of chaos and surprises and an ending that had me saying What the what? We also meet and learn about other characters that have me going hmmmmmmmmmmm. An amazing story all around that as always leaves me begging for more.
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    Everything Thing You Need It To Be

    The Walsh family shenanigans are plentiful in this book (Book 8). Whereas the first seven books could be read as standalones, though I'm a purest and believe they should be read in order to truly understand and soak in all the feels, this book should be read after the first seven books. Thresholds is full of spoilers. You'll get chapters from characters you've been craving to hear from and even a chapter from a random character (this one was a total surprise to me). It's everything you want in a Walsh book, shenanigans, potential shambles, heart, sexy times, and growly bitey boys. The Walsh universe continues and grows as if these characters are real and we're just popping in to check on them during the holiday season. Never have I ever been so passionate about a series. If you're already invested in the Walsh universe dive in and savior this one; and if you haven't joined our crazy family of Walsh lovers yet, all I have to say is get to it, you won't regret it.
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    Holiday's with the Walshes!

    Another epic book in The Walsh Series by Kate Canterbary! It was everything we never knew we wanted, yet everything we needed!! If you haven’t read books 1-7, do yourself a favor and read them first. This book has everything we’ve come to love from the Walshes. Growly boys, salty females, every beloved Walsh and their supporting cast. We meet some new characters along the way that have us wanting for more! I LOVED hearing directly from Judy and The Commodores POV a few times throughout the book. To sum everything up without giving anything away, this book is the perfect Walsh update, wrapped up in a sparkly Christmas bow! Thank you Kate for surprising us with this book!
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