8 of the Best Romance Novels by Debbie Macomber
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8 of the Best Debbie Macomber Books You Have to Own Immediately
There are many amazing romance novel authors writing great fiction. And Debbie Macomber is definitely one of them! The New York Times bestselling author has written so many enjoyable romance novels, you'll want to buy all of them! The best Debbie Macomber books are hard to narrow down because, well, they all are great!
If you love the genre you'll absolutely want to add some of Debbie Macomber's books to your list of must-read novels. And because she has so many, we've decided to help you narrow down your search. Obviously, all her books are great but we especially love the ones below.
Some of the best Debbie Macomber books feature strong female relationships, romantic courtships, and beautiful second chances. Her characters are some of the best in the romance genre and you'll love meeting some of them.
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1. Thursdays at Eight
Four women come together to discuss the highs and lows of life, all over breakfast. Clare, Elizabeth, Karen, and Julia share antidotes, stories, and love in one of Debbie Macomber's literary hit!
2. Between Friends
The story of friendship will warm your heart and soul. Jillian Lawton and Lesley Adamski are two girls with very different backgrounds. And as best friends do, they have each others backs. But their mistakes take them in opposite directions leading to very different lives. And whatever life throws their way, they adapt together, as best friends tend to do.
3. A Girl's Guide to Moving
Starting over is never easy but in A Girl's Guide to Moving Nichole and Leanne help each other through the challenges of life including divorce, love, and new found freedom.
Norah is an oldie but a goodie and fans of Debbie Macomber know why. Norah Bloomfield is too busy worrying about others to give herself some much needed attention. Her sisters are planning their weddings and her father is slowly recovering from health issues. She'll finally get some TLC when Rowdy Cassidy waltzes into Orchard Valley. Love triangles and workplace romance will have you hooked from the very first page.
5. Window on the Bay
Jenna Boltz is an empty-nester. Her divorce twenty years ago meant she raised her children by herself and she never looked back. When Jenna's friend, Maureen, books a trip to Paris the girls head to Europe with newfound freedom in tow. But a cute surgeon, Dr. Rowan Lancaster, saves the day and maybe he'll even get to save Jenna from a life of loneliness.
6. Cottage by the Sea
Snuggle up in your favorite reading nook and grab Cottage by the Sea from New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber. After tragedy hits, Annie Marlow retreats to her favorite place Oceanside in the Pacific Northwest. While there she meets, Keaton, a local painter that just might be able to get her out of her funk.
7. Last One Home
Cassie Carter and her sister, Karen and Nichole were best friends through childhood. One event singlehandedly ruined their relationships. Cassie threw her future away after college, marrying the wrong man, and broke her parents hearts. But Cassie is back, as a single mom, returning to Washington to make amends with her family and opening herself up to love.
8. Sweet Tomorrows
Innkeeper, Jo Marie Rose doesn't know what to do with herself. Mark Taylor left Cedar Cove, and her, without an explanation. Now, she's ready to find a distraction, anything to get over Mark. Emily Gaffney, a teacher who is staying at the inn wants to rebuild her life after her marriage went awry. The two women are fast friends both leaning on each other and supporting one another through relationships and love. This classic Debbie Macomber book is perfect for your next road trip, book club, or both!
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