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    Hannah's List (A Blossom Street Novel) (Paperback) By (author) Debbie Macomber

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    DescriptionI want you to marry again...On the anniversary of his beloved wife's death, Dr. Michael Everett receives a letter Hannah had written him. In it she makes one final request. An impossible request: I want you to marry again - and she's chosen three women he should consider. First is Winter Adams, a trained chef who owns a cafe on Blossom Street. The second is Leanne Lancaster, Hannah's oncology nurse. Michael knows them both. But the third name is one he's not familiar with - Macy Roth. Each of these three women has her own heartache, but during the months that follow, Michael spends time with Winter, Leanne and Macy, learning more about each of them...and about himself.


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  • Hannah's List by Debbie Macomber4

    Penny Cunningham If your a fan of "Chic lit" you will certainly enjoy this book, an easy summer read. Dr Michale Everett is a widow, his wife Hannah having died from ovarian cancer. On the anniversary of her death Michael is given a letter written by Hannah before she died, it gives a list of three names of women that Hannah thinks would make suitable wives for him when she has gone.
    The story basically tells you of Michaels trials and tribulations meeting the three and getting to know them! It is quite predictable and doesn't take a lot of thought to see where it will end, but is quite an enjoyable read if you don't want to have to think in depth about what you are reading, great for the beach.
    Not really my sort of thing, but not bad! by Penny Cunningham

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