• Twenty Wishes

  • A Blossom Street Book (Blossom Street, Book 5)
  • By: Debbie Macomber
  • Narrated by: Tanya Eby Sirois
  • Length: 9 hrs and 44 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (539 ratings)

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Twenty Wishes

By: Debbie Macomber
Narrated by: Tanya Eby Sirois
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Publisher's summary

Anne Marie Roche wants to find happiness again. At 38, her life's not what she'd expected - she's childless, a recent widow, alone. She owns a successful bookstore on Seattle's Blossom Street, but despite her accomplishments, there's a feeling of emptiness.

On Valentine's Day, Anne Marie and several other widows get together to celebrate...what? Hope, possibility, the future. They each begin a list of 20 wishes, things they always wanted to do but never did. Anne Marie's list starts with "Find one good thing about life". It includes learning to knit, doing good for someone else, falling in love again.

She begins to act on her wishes, and when she volunteers at a local school, an eight-year-old girl named Ellen enters her life. It's a relationship that becomes far more involving than Anne Marie intended. It also becomes far more important than she ever imagined.

As Ellen helps Anne Marie complete her list of wishes, they both learn that wishes can come true - but not necessarily in the way you expect.

©2008 Debbie Macomber (P)2008 Brilliance Audio

Critic reviews

"Macomber's assured storytelling and affirming narrative [are] as welcoming as your favorite easy chair." ( Publishers Weekly)