A cedar cove christmas by debbie macomber
Christmas in Cedar Cove: An Anthology by Debbie Macomber
First, drop in at 5-B Poppy Lane, where youll get a chance to visit with Helen Shelton, her granddaughter Ruth and Ruths husband, Paul. Theyll offer you a cup of mulled cider and the story of how they metand theyll share Helens breathtaking adventures during the Second World War.
Then drive out to Grace and Cliff Hardings place. They have a small horse ranch not far from Cedar Cove. Mary Jo Wyse and her little girl, Noelle, will be there, too. Join them in reliving their memories of the Christmas Mary Jo came to Cedar Cove, pregnant and alone, and had her baby in the Hardings stable (well, actually the apartment above it). Thats the night firefighter Mack McAfee began to fall for Mary Jo and the idea of a familywith her.
Series: Cedar Cove
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Debbie Macomber born October 22, in Yakima, Washington is an American author of romance novels and contemporary women's fiction. Six of her novels have become made-for-TV movies and her Cedar Cove series of novel was adapted into the television series of the same name. Macomber is dyslexic and has only a high school education. Determined to be a writer,  she sat in her kitchen in front of a rented typewriter to develop her first few manuscripts, while raising four children. Macomber attended a romance writer's conference, where one of her manuscripts was selected to be publicly critiqued by an editor from Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.
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