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5.0 out of 5 starsThis book has three stories
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2015
This was an excellent story about a girl who was hurt in a car accident and killed he fiance and she has scar and is hiding behind them and she blames herself for the accident and when her best friend and sister in law plans to get married and she's the maid of honor and Amanda decided. not to go through with it and cancel the wedding. so Katie has to to to the honeymoon house and take all the decoration down and in the process she spots Andy beautiful photos of his ex-girlfriend pictures and they are amazingly beautiful. And Than Amanda and her stay in the house for a month and than Andy tell she has to leave because he doesn't want her there and she's sitting on the porch waiting for Amanda to return and when she does they say you can stay but the guys decide to pitch a tent and spy on them. And Andy ask about Katie scars and Peter tell him about the accident and Andy decided to write a book about her scars and ask her if he can photograph for his book and she agrees and that's how they fell in love
I have loved Debbie Macomber for years, partly because her books are so decent in addition to being entertaining and well written. I loved the first two stories in this book, but the third, about the honeymoon house, came as a shock. I can't imagine a book with the language and life style of the characters being teamed with Debbie Macomber. It is not at all the type of book I normally read, and unlike earlier reviews above, did not like anything about the story but the ending. I finished reading it only to get to Debbie's story.
Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2010
I usually enjoy novels with multiple short stories because they can be quickly read while providing adequate entertainment. I honestly was very disappointed with these, because unlike other short stories, especially by Macomber, I found these very disjointed and lacking proper flow. It was almost if necessary chapters were deleted. The stories seemed choppy. Perhaps there was too much substance without enough time to connect all the dots.
I really did not like Debbies short story but the other two were much better. She did not elaborate on her story enough and was very cut and dry which is not like her. The other authors stories were very enjoyable and a fast read also.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 24, 2013
As Debbie Macomber is the lead author on this book I thought I knew what to expect. However, it was not written in her style and just did not "sound" like her. I have not finished the book as I was so disappointed.