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On a Snowy Night: The Christmas BasketThe Snow Bride by   Debbie Macomber - Paperback - 2004 - from Fleur Fine Books and Biblio.com

On a Snowy Night: The Christmas BasketThe Snow Bride

by Macomber, Debbie

Condition: Used; Very Good


Mira Books. Used; Very Good. Mira Books 2004 MMP. Pages are clean and unmarked. Covers have light wear. Spine is tight. Book Condition; Very Good . 2004. MASS MARKET PAPERBACK.


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On Dec 21 2014, CloggieDownunder said:
  "The Christmas Basket is a Christmas-themed novel by popular American author, Debbie Macomber. After ten years of avoiding Rose, her Oregon home town, Noelle McDowell is back for Christmas. She is hoping to evade any encounters with Thomas Sutton: her humiliation when he jilted her still smarts. But fate has other ideas and Noelle keeps running into Thom. After some strong words, they finally discover what really happened ten years ago. But the feud between their mothers, over a misunderstanding and an unfortunate theft, threatens to stand in the way of true love. This is a cute little tale with a bit of romance and a long-running squabble between friends. The reconciliation scene during the ice storm is the funniest part, but Macomber has done better. The Snow Bride is the 71st stand-alone romance novel by popular American author, Debbie Macomber. Jenna Campbell takes a chance on an internet romance and throws in her job in California working for Brad Fulton, a high-powered executive who has never noticed she’s in love with him. She heads to Alaska and Dalton Gray, poetic and solicitous. But when he’s not at the airport to meet her, she is kidnapped by a cranky Reid Jamison and taken to Snowbound, a one-woman town. This is a fun romance that would make a great movie: plenty of comedy and some quirky characters, two weddings and a happy ending. Delightful. "


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