Hannah's List by Debbie Macomber
(Blossom Street)

53%

6 Critic Reviews

...Hannah's cancer battle is glossed over, and the conceit of Michael considering marriage so soon is a little unrealistic.
-Publishers Weekly

Synopsis



On the anniversary of his beloved wife's death, Dr. Michael Everett receives a letter Hannah had written him.

In it she reminds him of her love and makes one final request. An impossible request. I want you to marry again. She tells him he shouldn't spend the years he has left grieving—and she's chosen three women she asks him to consider.

First on Hannah's list is her cousin, Winter Adams, a chef who owns a café on Seattle's Blossom Street. The second is Leanne Lancaster, Hannah's oncology nurse. Michael knows them both. But the third name is one he's not familiar with—Macy Roth.

During the months that follow, he spends time with these three women, learning more about each of them…and about himself. Learning what Hannah already knew. He's a man who needs the completeness only love can offer. And Hannah's list leads him to the woman who can help him find it.

 

About Debbie Macomber

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Debbie Macomber, with more than 170 million copies of her books sold worldwide, is one of today's most popular authors. The #1 New York Times bestselling author is best known for her ability to create compelling characters and bring their stories to life in her books. Debbie is a regular resident on numerous bestseller lists, including the New York Times, USA TODAY, and Publishers Weekly. Visit her online at DebbieMacomber.com.
 
Published May 1, 2011 by MIRA. 415 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Self Help. Fiction
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Critic reviews for Hannah's List
All: 6 | Positive: 3 | Negative: 3

Publishers Weekly

Below average
on Mar 01 2010

...Hannah's cancer battle is glossed over, and the conceit of Michael considering marriage so soon is a little unrealistic.

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NY Journal of Books

Good
on Apr 27 2010

Hannah’s List leaves one with a warm, cuddly feeling that remains long after the story’s end.

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Book Reporter

Good
on Jan 22 2011

Macomber does not bore with psychoanalysis but allows her characters to endure difficulties and overcome them to reach satisfaction.

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The Bookbag

Below average
Reviewed by Sue Magee on Jun 01 2010

I didn't warm to Michael Everett. He struck me as a bit of a stuffed shirt with a tendency towards pig-headed obstinacy, but I did like the women Hannah suggested. She obviously had good sense and the stories about their backgrounds made for good reading.

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The Best Reviews

Good
on Apr 16 2010

A moving story of three woman, each struggling to find their way in their own relationships...

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Shiny Book Review

Below average
on Oct 03 2010

It made me incredibly angry because it is not honest at its heart. And due to its emotional dishonesty, the rest of the book boils down to a bunch of plot contrivances...

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