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eBook Reflections Of Yesterday (Silhouette Special Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 0373092849
  • Author: Macomber
  • Genre: Romance
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Silhouette; First Edition edition (December 1, 1985)
  • ePUB size: 1303 kb
  • FB2 size 1485 kb
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The trend of 're-issuing' much earlier writing by Debbie Macomber has had some disappointing results, in my opinion. This book is one example.

The trend of 're-issuing' much earlier writing by Debbie Macomber has had some disappointing results, in my opinion. The writing is somewhat cheesy, the story just doesn't really go anywhere, and some of the characters are totally unbelievable.

Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages. Publisher: Silhouette (November 1, 2003). in Books Literature & Fiction Erotica Romantic.

DEBBIE MACOMBER BOOKS is a registered trademark of Debbie Macomber . I’ve always felt there was something special about young love

DEBBIE MACOMBER BOOKS is a registered trademark of Debbie Macomber, Inc. Originally published in paperback in the United States by MIRA Books, New York, in 1986. eBook ISBN: 978-1-941824-07-8. I’ve always felt there was something special about young love. The two meet while in high school, and then their parents and college and difficulties tear them apart and.

This book is one example.

ISBN 9780373092840 (978-0-373-09284-0) Softcover, Silhouette, 1985.

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Publisher: Mills & Boon. 6 pre-owned from £. 5. Nothing But Trouble (Silhouette Desire), Barton, Beverly, Very Good Book.

Debbie Macomber is one of the best selling authors in America who has written more than 150 romance novels as well as contemporary women’s fiction. With her success as an author, she was able to sell more than 170 millions of copies of her book since she started writing in 1988. The first book that she was able to officially publish in Silhouette Books, Starlight is a classic romantic novel of about the immeasurable capacity of love.

About the Author: Debbie Macomber, the author of Twenty Wishes, Back on Blossom Street, Between Friends, and the Cedar Cove series, is one of today's leading voices in women's fiction. A regular on every major bestseller list with more than 100 million copies of her books in print, the award-winning author celebrated a new career milestone in September 2007, when the latest in her Cedar Cove series, 74 Seaside Avenue, scored on the New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly and Bookscan bestseller lists.

Comments: (7)
Onnell
I have read every Macomber book I could get my hands on. But lately I have been more and more disappointed in them. There doesn't seem to be a story line just the same phrases repeated over and over again, not to mention unrealistic events. Of course with the constant re-issues whose to say if the poorly written books are some of her earliest writings.
Anarius
This is the first time I've ever found myself despising all the characters in a story. The story begins okay, a woman on a mission, with a preconceived idea of the situation she will find when she arrives at the destination. The characters were seemingly humane, intelligent people. What happens after she completes her mission and returns home is where it falls apart. The characters become totally different people, and not nice people either. The male characters are all verbally abusive & manipulative. Many places I had to skip over the abuse scenes as they were to vivid & evil. The ending should have been expected I suppose but I hoped the woman would be smart enough to stay away. Verbal abusers don't change. These characters all need therapy.
Aiata
Very disappointed in this book. I am a Debbie Macomber fan for many years now, but this book did not seem like one of her books. There is not a person in this story that I thought was any way decent except Glen. The others were all out for their own agenda and didn't care who was hurt in the meantime. Angie and her Dad screamed at each other through out the whole book.Simon acted like we would expect a spoiled rich kid to act.The "sex scenes" were not handled as a Macomber book is usually. She doesn't usually " go there" with so much detail. For those of us who are not used to her "going there" this was a big disappointment. I for one don't want to go there,Is this one of her very early books? Maybe that is the problem. Angie's father is dying and she calls the person that he has hated all his life to come and " comfort her" and "comfort her he does" Simon and Angie are two totally selfish people.Poor Glen,he loves Angie so much and she just crushes him, but then askes him to help her take care of her father. The ending in this book is awful but I can't say I didn't expect it. What a disappointment!!!!
Darkraven
The trend of 're-issuing' much earlier writing by Debbie Macomber has had some disappointing results, in my opinion. This book is one example. The writing is somewhat cheesy, the story just doesn't really go anywhere, and some of the characters are totally unbelievable. For example, the woman's father calls her an adoring nickname on one hand, then too often hurls horrible abusive verbal insults at her on the other, when she doesn't do what he wants her to. And she accepts his behavior, as a grown woman. The male character's mother is controlling, cruel and manipulative to the extreme, throughout 9/10 of the book, yet does a sudden about face in the final few pages. And, the main emphasis of the two main characters seems to be on sex, of 12 years' past and present. The second male suitor is noble almost beyond belief. Can't say I'm glad I spent time reading this fluffy drivel. Her later books are SO much better, she should just leave earlier books like this one on a dusty shelf somewhere. Just my opinion.
Jeb
I love Debbie's books, but this was so disappointing. The plot was blah, the writing - especially the father's speaking - lacking, almost comical. I plowed through it trying to see a light at the end of the tunnel. Not even worthy of a beach read.
Fountain_tenderness
I am only 20% through this book and when I saw Glen as a decent but very foolish man and thought very little of Angie, I decided to stop reading and to delete from my Kindle. It may turn out to be a very interesting read but when the "light of love" was still shining through Glen's eyes as he sent Angie back to Simon to make sure, I wanted to "hurl" as the kids say.

Too late I checked to see when this was written....I won't make that mistake again
Awene
A story of love with a rich boy and a poor girl whose families conspired to keep them apart and their struggle to overcome the obstacles of family to find love again.
Angela and Simon were each other's first try loves... Twelve years pass and they are each other again, but Angie is dating a nice guy who wants Too marry her.... The past some lies and truths come back to stir up a lot of emotions.. Families that don't approve, fiance' that is overly nice and understanding.. Can first loves really start over after twelve years apart?
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