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About Debbie Macomber
Debbie Macomber is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and one of today’s most popular writers with more than 200 million copies of her books in print worldwide. In her novels, Macomber brings to life compelling relationships that embrace family and enduring friendships, uplifting her readers with stories of connection and hope. Macomber’s novels have spent over 1,000 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. Fifteen of these novels hit the number one spot.
In 2022, Macomber’s all-new hardcover publications include The Best Is Yet to Come (July) and The Christmas Spirit (October). In addition to fiction, Macomber has also published three bestselling cookbooks, two adult coloring books, numerous inspirational and nonfiction works, and two acclaimed children’s books.
Celebrated as “the official storyteller of Christmas”, Macomber’s annual Christmas books are beloved and six have been crafted into original Hallmark Channel movies. Macomber is also the author of the bestselling Cedar Cove Series which the Hallmark Channel chose as the basis for its first dramatic scripted television series. Debuting in 2013, Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove was a ratings favorite for three seasons.
She serves on the Guideposts National Advisory Cabinet, is a YFC National Ambassador, and is World Vision’s international spokesperson for their Knit for Kids charity initiative. A devoted grandmother, Debbie and Wayne live in Port Orchard, Washington, the town which inspired the Cedar Cove series.
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16 LIGHTHOUSE ROAD
When Cecilia Randall, and her naval officer husband, Ian, appear in Judge Olivia Lockhart's Cedar Cove family court, they expect the good judge to grant the divorce they seek. But Olivia senses the couple still love one another and just need time to work on their marriage in the wake of their infant daughter's death. So Olivia denies their petition and makes headlines in the Cedar Cove Chronicle, earning the divorced mother more than journalistic admiration from the paper's editor, Jack Griffin. Meanwhile, Olivia's daughter, Justine, must decide if she will marry an older man her mother insists is wrong for her, and Olivia's best friend, Grace Sherman, the local librarian, is frantic with the disappearance of her husband, Dan. Everyone in Cedar Cove is talking!
204 ROSEWOOD LANE
Six months after her husband of 35 years, Dan, disappeared, Grace Sherman is confident he's run off with another woman, so, against her daughter, Kelly's wishes, she files for divorce. Meanwhile, Judge Olivia has love problems of her own. Her ex–husband wants her back, giving her on–again, off–again suitor, Jack Griffin, some stiff competition. Jack has other problems. His son, Eric, comes home to bunk with dad, on the outs with his girlfriend, Shelly, who thinks she's pregnant. Olivia's daughter, Justine, wises up and marries her high school sweetheart, but Zach and Rosie Cox find their marriage on the skids when Rosie's volunteer work takes precedence over her family responsibilities. Maryellen Sherman, Grace's older daughter and manager of the local art gallery, becomes pregnant after a brief affair with artist Jon Bowman. Romance, babies, divorce and marriage keep Cedar Cove gossips buzzing.
311 PELICAN COURT
Now divorced, Zach and Rosie Cox are struggling to adjust to Judge Olivia's unusual custody agreement– and to the fact they're thrown together more than they would have wished. The kids are staying in the family home, and it's Rosie and Zach who have to do the coming and going. Having discovered the tragic fate of her husband, Grace tries to adjust to single living and to the attentions of another man. But the really big gossip comes when a guest dies at Bob and Peggy Beldon's Thyme and Tide Bed and Breakfast. Roy McAfee, the local private investigator, wants to know who the guy was, and why he showed up there, of all places, in the middle of the night.
I love living in Cedar Cove, but things haven't been the same since a man died at our B and B. Turns out his name was Max Russell, and Bob had known him briefly in Vietnam. We still don't have any idea why he came here and; most important of all – who killed him. Because it now appears that he was poisoned. I sure hope somebody figures it out soon!
Not that we're providing the only news in Cedar Cove these days. I heard that Jon Bowman and Maryellen Sherman are getting married. And Maryellen's mom, Grace, has more than her share of interested men! The question is: Which one is she going to choose? Olivia? – I guess it's Olivia Griffin now – is back from her honeymoon, and her mother, Charlotte (who's in her mid–seventies at least), seems to have a man in her life, too. I'm not sure Olivia's too pleased....
There's lots of other gossip I could tell you. Come by for a cup of tea and one of my blueberry muffins and we'll talk.
Terri Polger is living a life she couldn't even have dreamed a few years ago. She's married to Bobby now and has a beautiful house with a view of Puget Sound. But lately, she senses that something's been worrying Bobby. When she asks, he brushes her off and says that he is “protecting his queen” – and she gets the oddest feeling he is not talking about chess, but about her.
Other characters make repeat appearances in this latest instalment of Cedar Cove. Rachel has two men interested in her and rumours are circulating about the fate of Linnette McAffee after she left town when her love life fell apart.
Welcome back to Cedar Cove! Visit with the characters you know and love, discover new ones, and learn what new mystery is keeping the charming town - and Judge Olivia Lockhart - busy! Only in this beloved series by No.1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber.
In a small town where everyone is friendly, it's unusual to have a mystery. But private investigator Roy McAfee and his wife, Corrie, have been receiving anonymous postcards with cryptic messages, and no one can figure out what they mean. It feels as though someone from their past might be trying to shake things up.
Their daughter, Linnette, has moved to Cedar Cove to work at the new medical clinic. When her mother buys her a date at the humane society's fundraiser auction, she is less than enthusiastic about it. But maybe she's one more step closer to finding the true love she's been seeking.
8 SANDPIPER WAY
“I have something to confide in you. I think my husband, Dave, might be having an affair. I found an earring in his pocket, and it's not mine. I'm also worried because some jewellery was recently stolen from an old woman – and Dave used to visit her a lot.
You see, he's a pastor. And a good man. I can't believe he's guilty of anything, but why won't he tell me where he's been when he comes home so late?
I'd love to hear what you think. I also want to tell you what's going on with your other friends in Cedar Cove. Like Sheriff Troy Davis, to mention one. His long–ago love, Faith Beckwith, just moved here! So come on in and join me for a cup of tea." Emily Flemming
Come back to Cedar Cove, where old flames are reignited by new intrigues, and friendship is the best medicine of all
I'm not much of a letter writer. As the sheriff here, I'm used to writing incident reports, not chatty letters. But my daughter, Megan told me I had to do this. So here goes.
I'll tell you straight out that I'd hoped to marry Faith Beckwith (my onetime high school girlfriend) but she ended the relationship last month. There were a few misunderstandings between us, some of them inadvertently caused by Megan.
However, I've got plenty to keep me occupied, like the unidentified remains found in a cave outside town. And the fact that my friend Judge Olivia Griffin is fighting cancer. And the break–ins at 204 Rosewood Lane– the house Faith happens to be renting
If you want to hear more, come on over to my place or to the sheriff 's office– if you can stand the stale coffee!
Come to Seattle's Blossom Street and make new friends!
The first three books in the popular series by #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber.
The Shop on Blossom Street is owned by Lydia Hoffman, and it represents her dream of a new beginning, a life free from cancer. A life that offers a chance at love… When Lydia starts a knitting class at A Good Yarn, Jacqueline Donovan, Carol Girard and Alix Townsend join her first class. These four very different women, brought together by the age–old craft of knitting, make unexpected discoveries – about themselves and each other. Discoveries that lead to friendship, to laughter and to dreams…
A Good Yarn is a place of welcome and warmth, friends old and new. Lydia has fallen in love with Brad Goetz, but then Brad's ex reappears, and Lydia is suddenly afraid to trust her newfound happiness. Meanwhile, three women join her newest class – Elise Beaumont, Bethanne Hamlin and Courtney Pulanski. And “soon an unbreakable bond is formed among the knitters in this poignant story of real women with real problems becoming real friends.” – Booklist
Susannah's Garden becomes a new destination on Blossom Street. When Susannah Nelson turned eighteen, she said goodbye to her boyfriend Jake – and never saw him again. She never saw her brother Doug again, either. He died unexpectedly that same year. Now, at fifty, Susannah returns to her hometown to help her mother, and discovers that things are not always as they once seemed…
As you may have heard, we've recently had quite a shock. My husband, Seth, and I lost our business, The Lighthouse restaurant; to arson. The investigation continues. The prime suspect is a young ex–employee named Anson Butler, who disappeared right after the fire.
So Seth and I are trying to sort out our lives. (And let me tell you, this kind of crisis is not good for a marriage.) In the meantime, life goes on for everyone else in Cedar Cove; with marriages, births, reunions and even the occasional scandal. One of the most interesting pieces of news is that Cal, who works on Cliff Harding's ranch, is now rescuing wild mustangs in Wyoming.
I have to run; I'm meeting an old friend, Warren Saget, for lunch. Let's talk soon, and I'll fill you in on everything that's happening in town!
A Little Bit Country
Stranded on the side of a country road with a broken-down car, Rorie Campbell is grateful when horse rancher Clay Franklin comes to her rescue. Stuck in the quirky small town, Rorie gets to know Clay, and she quickly starts to fall for the gruff, tough cowboy. Can a city girl make it work with a country man? Clay certainly thinks so. But their situation is…complicated. Clay and Rorie will have to sort out their feelings if they're going to be together.
Kate Logan is understandably devastated when her former fiancé marries someone else instead. At the wedding, after one glass of champagne, she spontaneously—foolishly—proposes to her longtime friend Luke Rivers. And Luke agrees. The rancher is a man of his word, and though Kate thinks they're making a mistake, he will not renege on his promise. Not only does he refuse to break the engagement, he insists that Kate actually loves him—and he’ll prove it.
"Romantic, warm, and a breeze to read." —Kirkus Reviews on Cottage by the Sea
Be surprised and delighted by this charming classic romance from No.1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber, where a marriage of convenience unexpectedly leads to so much more... Originally published as Marriage Wanted.
As far as Nash Davenport's concerned, marriage isn't shelter from the storm, it is the storm. He's a divorce attorney, himself divorced, who believes no married couple can live up to their wedding vows. Savannah Charles, however, believes in the value - and the values - of marriage. She's a wedding planner who finds herself saying yes when Nash unexpectedly proposes. Even though it's strictly a business proposal....
Originally published in 1994