HANNAH’S LIST, Debbie Macomber

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  • One (1) Grand Prize winner will win $50 VISA gift card to enjoy additional titles by Debbie Macomber and a copy of HANNAH’S LIST
  • Two (2) additional winners will receive a copy of HANNAH’S LIST!
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A grieving widower receives an unexpected gift of love from his late wife on the anniversary of her death in HANNAH’S LIST, the emotionally powerful new novel by #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber.  Connected to her bestselling Blossom Street books (SUMMER ON BLOSSOM STREET, TWENTY WISHES, BACK ON BLOSSOM STREET, SUSANNAH’S GARDEN, A GOOD YARN and THE SHOP ON BLOSSOM STREET) this story continues her moving exploration of the complex relationships among family and friends.

In the year since his wife, Hannah, passed away, Dr. Michael Everett has been inconsolable.  Unable to carry on living any semblance of a normal life without her, Michael has avoided contact with friends and family and filled his empty days with work.  So he’s shocked when his brother-in-law, Ritchie, hands him a letter Hannah had written before she died; apparently she’d instructed Ritchie to deliver it to Michael on the first anniversary of her death.

In it she reminds him of her love and makes one final request: she asks Michael to marry again and become the father he was meant to be.  Knowing his reaction, Hannah gives him a gentle push by suggesting three women—each of whom, she says, would make an excellent wife and companion. Michael’s heart isn’t in it, but he decides to carry out Hannah’s final wish by contacting each of the women.  He soon discovers that he is not the only person dealing with a broken heart.

The first woman on Hannah’s list is her cousin, Winter Adams, owner of the French Café on Seattle’s Blossom Street.  Winter is passionate about three things—food, cooking and fellow chef Pierre Dubois.  But Winter and Pierre—both uncompromising perfectionists—have had a stormy on-and-off relationship and are currently in the “off” phase.  Winter’s miserable with and without Pierre.  Maybe Michael will provide an alternative…?

Leanne Lancaster is the next woman on Hannah’s list.  Leanne is the oncology nurse who cared for Hannah in her last months.  Like Michael, she is coping with her own sense of loss over the dissolution of her marriage.  Her husband, Mark, embezzled $25,000 from a charity organized by the hospital where Leanne works.  With Mark sentenced to a prison term and unwilling to explain his actions to his wife, Leanne felt she had no option but to ask for a divorce.  But what Leanne really needs most is closure.  Without understanding his motives, Leanne is unable to reconcile with Mark or move on without him.

The final name on the list is Macy Roth.  Macy is everything Michael is not—artistic, spontaneous, eccentric and always late for appointments. Hannah felt that Macy’s effervescent personality might encourage someone as serious as Michael to learn to laugh again.  Macy is a collector of strays—cats, dogs and even people.  Michael can’t believe Hannah added Macy to her list; the only way he’d fall for her is if opposites really do attract.

As he spends time with each woman, Michael realizes that Hannah’s list may end up saving four lives, not just one.

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  1. Sounds wonderful…would love to win!

  2. Great giveaway. I’d love to win this book. Thanks!

  3. My mom loves Debbie Macomber. This would make a wonderful mom’s day gift! :-)

  4. I’d to have a copy. Thanks for the giveaway.
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  5. Please enter me in this great giveaway!

  6. Sounds really good. Please include me. Thanks!!

  7. This book sounds awesome! Thanks for the chance to win! Leenita

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  9. I love Ms. Macomber’s books. They’re gentle but always with a ‘take-home message’. I’ve only read borrowed copies so one or two of my own would be great. Thank you.

  10. I would love a chance to win this book.

  11. What a wonderful and inspiring novel. Thanks for this lovely feature.

  12. This sounds intriguing and unique. When my young husband died 3 years ago suddenly I was left alone and bereft. My life changed instantly and I had to adjust to being alone and having a new outlook on life. I have a teaching job and travel with friends occasionally and read. reading saves me. I am fascinated with this story.

  13. I have read all the Blossom Street books, the Cedar Cove series and others and would LOVE to have this new book. I have a friend that is also a Debbie Macomber fan and this would be a surprise gift for her.

  14. I am past the deadline for this win but am commenting just in case. I have loved the Blossom Street books, as well as the Cedar Cove novels. This is a must read for me!

  15. Thank you for the authograh book – lovely reading, as all Debbie’s books. I have a friend who is a Debbie Macomber’s fan also. However, all of Debbie’s books she had accumulated through the years, burned down in their house fire recently. Again, thank you for all the pleasurable time reading and chances to win prizes.

  16. I am presently reading this book , found at the Montreal Great Library. Very light reading from Debbie Macomber, she helps understand human feelings and that alot of people do not even know what a neighbour or co-worker can help us overcome our own painful experience;we has humans must learn to open up and stop thinking we are the only ones going to a rough patch. For sure good to read and discover what it can stir up in each one of us. good reading everyone and say hello to you surooundings

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