by Debbie Macomber

October 2006
ISBN: 0-7783-2349-8
Reviewer Graphic Button Mira Books

Christmas Letters is Debbie Macomber’s special present to her readers this holiday season. The reader will get to experience Christmas on Blossom Street in Macomber’s latest release.

The main story involves Katherine O’Connor (K.O.) who makes extra money during the holiday season by writing Christmas Letters for other people. K.O. writes many of these letters at the local café where she meets child psychologist and local celebrity Dr. Wynn Jefferies.

K.O. is very familiar with Dr. Jefferies' unorthodox “Free Child” methods of child rearing as her sister Zelda has recently started practicing his methods in raising her twin daughters. Her sister’s sudden belief in Dr. Jefferies' strange child rearing methods leaves a bad taste in K.O.’s mouth as she thinks the guy is a nut case.

To say K. O. and Wynn’s initial meeting is a disaster is a big understatement. K.O. thinks Wynn and his child rearing methods are outlandish and Wynn thinks K.O.’s letter writing business is down right silly. However, when they put aside these feelings and focus on other aspects of life they find themselves attracted to each other. Can they find common ground on which to build a lasting relationship or will their differences doom any chance they might have to find happiness?

As always, Macomber has penned a heartwarming and special holiday tale for her readers to treasure. Many previous characters from the Blossom Street books make brief appearances making this story even more of a treasure for Macomber’s many fans.

Christmas Letters is sure to become another Christmas classic from Debbie Macomber’s magical pen. Get in the holiday mood by reading this special story today.

Reviewed in September 2006 by Barbara.

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