Twenty-two years on and the coast is booming, and times are good for Adam and Amber as construction halts and the festive season commences. With the influx of family, bedrooms become congested and sibling squabbling requires tact, something Amber has little of as she prepares to cater for all needs. With an inebriated mother causing problems and the unexpected arrival of Diane after so long, is it any wonder the frustrations and sexual hungers that have built up inside, suddenly scream for release?
The arrival of Greg, with his girlfriend, only adds to the confusion and the near disastrous deception by the twins finds the normally unflappable woman in a tail-spin, not helped by her inebriated mother who wants to return home, unsatisfied with Christmas.
A suggestion by Adam finds a solution to some of the problems and creates others. The return of the Sisterhood, orchestrated by Diane and welcomed by Amber, puts Adam in a position where he feels uncomfortable, but if it means solving Amber’s problems, he can do no more then be led blindly to his fate.
A Christmas season with a difference, and one that puts new meaning into family, giving and receiving, that none are likely to forget.