A Holiday Romance That Twinkles

I have a friend that loves Debbie Macomber and frankly until a few years ago I had never heard of her. Although, that seems crazy with eight of her novels hitting the New York Times bestseller list and having more than 160 million copies of her books in print worldwide. But it was her Hallmark Channel movies Mrs. Miracle and Call Mrs. Miracle in 2009 and 2010 that really pulled me in.  And now we are loyal watchers of  Hallmark’s first prime time series Cedar Grove based on Macomber’s book series.

starrynightBack to the chore at hand. So now every holiday season I pick up Macomber’s holiday offering for my friend Joy and one for me too.  This year it is STARRY NIGHT and once again she has done it.  This one by her own words “It’s a romance plain and simple.” If you are looking for a little something for the secret santa in your life or something to fill a friend’s stocking this just might be it.

It comes packaged in the cutest size and has a nice cover too but most important is that whoever you give this to or a love gift for you will thank you for the beautiful read and the strong emotion that one can only hope will end up on the little screen at some point.  This is a Hallmark or Lifetime Channel.

I want to share more but I cannot be a Scrooge and spoil it for you or anyone else reading this post.  If you are on more of a budget or feel finished with you shopping last year’s offering ANGELS AT THE TABLE is out in paperback.  STARRY NIGHT is kind of like whip cream but better because you can share it over and over again and it does not end up on your hips.

Happy Everything One and All!

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With a wave of the wand and a good book in hand travel to places and spaces beyond your imagination. Because reading does not require you to leave the comfort of your own living room or the bunny slippers behind. So if a vacation is not in your plans for this year, take a bookation, you will love it.
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