1225 Christmas Tree Lane (Hardcover)
Mira Books, 9780778312697, 283pp.
Publication Date: September 27, 2011
The people of Cedar Cove know how to celebrate Christmas. Like Grace and Olivia and everyone else, Beth Morehouse expects this Christmas to be one of her best. Her small Christmas-tree farm is prospering, her daughters and her dogs are happy and well, and her new relationship with local vet Ted Reynolds is showing plenty of romantic promise.
Butsomeone recently left a basket filled with puppies on her doorstep, puppies she's determined to place in good homes. That's complication number one. And number two is that her daughters Bailey and Sophie have invited their dad, Beth's ex-husband, Kent, to Cedar Cove for Christmas. The girls have visions of a mom-and-dad reunion dancing in their heads.
As always in lifeand in Cedar Covethere are surprises, too. More than one family's going to have a puppy under the tree. More than one scheme will go awry. And more than one romance will have a happy ending
Praise For 1225 Christmas Tree Lane…
"Macomber's 12th book in the Cedar Cove series is as warm and sweet as a cup of cocoa with extra marshmallows." - RT Book REviews on 1225 CHRISTMAS TREE LANE
"It's just not Christmas without a Debbie Macomber story..." --Writers Unlimited on A Cedar Cove Christmas
"Macomber deftly combines sweet romance and a breath of suspense without losing the homespun charm that's been delighting readers for years."
-RT Book Reviews on 92 Pacific Boulevard
"Readers new to Macomber's considerable narrative charms will have no problem picking up the story, while loyal fans are in for a treat."
-Booklist on 6 Rainier Drive
"Debbie Macomber is a skilled storyteller."
-Publishers Weekly on 50 Harbor Street
"The books in Macomber's contemporary Cedar Cove series are irresistibly delicious and addictive."
-Publishers Weekly on 44 Cranberry Point
"Excellent characterization will keep readers anticipating the next visit to Cedar Cove."
-Booklist on 311 Pelican Court
"Macomber's endearing characters offer courage and support to one another and find hope and love in the most unexpected places."
-Booklist on 204 Rosewood Lane
"Macomber is known for her honest portrayals of ordinary women in small-town America, and this tale cements her position as an icon of the genre."
-Publishers Weekly on 16 Lighthouse Road