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Friday, November 25, 2011

There's Something About Christmas by Debbie Macomber

 

Summary:
Bestselling author Debbie Macomber (who won a Quill Award for Best Romance with 44 Cranberry Point) delight her many fans with an annual Christmas romantic comedy. This time, she delivers not only love and laughter but also fruitcake.
Macomber's sweet romance pits Emma Collins, a young reporter, against pilot Oliver Hamilton. Yes, he's attractive; yes, she's attracted; but Emma has issues. She is estranged from her father, she doesn't trust men, and Christmas is just another day to go to the movies alone. A coveted feature assignment takes her by plane to interview the three finalists in a national fruitcake contest. By the time the article is finished, Emma has learned more than a little about life and love from each woman -- and, with Oliver's help, she has rediscovered the joy of Christmas. (Bakers, take note: Recipes for the winning fruitcakes are included -- applesauce, chocolate, and a special no-bake version!).
Summary taken from Goodreads.com

Debbie's done it again! I loved the Christmas love story by her. I love how she makes the characters seem so real and this one did not disappoint me at all. Infact I read most of it on my way too and from school today it was so good.
I really enjoyed the setting of this novel and the characers were really likeable though at time I wanted to smack Emma for being so dense when it came to her not knowing how Oliver felt about her. I was rooting for Oliver the whole time.
I thought the story itself was sweet, heartwarming and pretty darn cute and funny. I loved the dogs and the fruitcake recipies sound delicious. I think I may try to make a couple of them or maybe all three. I love how Debbie Macomber adds these things into her books for the readers. It makes her books just that more special.
I recommend this book to EVERYONE! I think I'm going to be passing this one on to my boyfriend's mother. Debbie Macomber writes the best Christmas romances in my opinion and I can't wait to read more by her.
I give this book:
 ★ ★ ★ ★ 1/2

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