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Publisher Description

USA TODAY BESTSELLER • A classic novel from fan favorite Debbie Macomber, this is an emotional story about fighting for happiness and holding on for true love.
Marrying Glenn Lambert was either the smartest thing Maggie Kingsbury has ever done or the craziest mistake of her life. Best friends as children, they went their separate ways until a chance encounter at a wedding inspires this spontaneous leap of faith. How could she resist the sweet spell of a moonlit night and whispers of devotion guaranteed to melt her heart? But past disappointments and unhealed emotions soon start to wreak havoc with their vows.
Glenn knew his heart was bruised when he asked Maggie to marry him. But he meant every word; he’s sure they belong together. In so many ways, they’re still strangers, but the love he has inside tells him that no matter what happens, it’s Maggie he wants forever. Whatever it takes, he’ll prove she’s the only woman for him.

BONUS: This edition includes excerpts from Debbie Macomber's Last One Home and The Inn at Rose Harbor.

Published by Debbie Macomber Books

December 17
Random House Publishing Group
Penguin Random House LLC

Customer Reviews

Cheer Mom77 ,

White Lace and Promises

This book was hard to put down. I loved the characters. It made me want to be friends with them.

Cappyjane ,

White Lace and Promises

Debbie Macomber is a favorite author of mine. Never read a book of hers that I didn’t like!

1 Banker ,

Sweet but frustrating book

It’s easy to tell that this is one of Debbie Macomber’s early books. The story line has none of the maturity of her later books. The characters are well drawn & likable, but with the actions you’d expect from teenagers. Maggie won’t open up about her feelings for Glenn. Glenn won’t open up to Maggie about his feelings for her. Round & round it goes. Thankfully I read a couple of her later books before I read a couple of her early books. Otherwise, I doubt I’d have continued to buy more. She very quickly moved to the top of my always buy list. And I’ll continue to do so.

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