Debbie Macomber’s 1022 Evergreen Place marks her 10th return to Cedar Cove, where some old friends are having a difficult time. Take single mother Mary Jo. When last we met she had uncovered letters written by a World War II soldier, and she was committed to learning more about his lover. But a more pressing matter has arisen: how can she let her fiancé, Mack, adopt her baby girl when the child’s threatening father has returned to Cedar Cove? Then there’s Linc and Lori, who have problems with her controlling dad. And what will Rachel Peyton do? She’s pregnant but doesn’t want her resentful stepdaughter to know about it!
As always, Macomber brings poignancy, heartache and warmth to a series that grows more beloved with each addition.
Hardcover Book : 368 pages
Publisher: Harlequin Books S.A. ( August 31, 2010 )
Item #: 13-153135
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.83inches
Product Weight: 14.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Just another great, clean read to relax with a cupa' tea with on a Fall day! I always look forward to the next book. Wonderful series to share with friends and daughters. Thank you , Debbie.
I continue to enjoy Debbie's books and this is just another example. I enjoy finding out about the characters from one book to another. Can't wait for the next one.
Reviewer: Lynne R
Very confusing! Would be helpful if when an author writes what they know will be a series, that somewhere on each book they indicate which one of the series each is. The only Cedar Cove novel I read before this was the Christmas at Cedar Cove, where Mary Wyse was pregnant and had Noel. I had no idea about the characters in this book, and so, I did not care about them. Too many characters, too many storylines. Won't read any others in this series. I will stick to the Good Yarn series from this author.
Reviewer: Joan G
Love this series, a little dry the characters lost steam in some places but over all good read if you enjoyed prior books in this series
I have read this entire series and always look forward to the next book. This was one of the best. Perhaps the person reading this one without reading the others was confused by all the characters. Even though she gives a brief description of each character, it was very helpful to have "pictures" of the characters in your mind from previous books. If you want "spice", you need another author like Nora Roberts.
Reviewer: Lou T