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Holiday lights / Debbie Macomber.

Macomber, Debbie, (author.). Macomber, Debbie. Container of (work): Forgetful bride. (Added Author). Macomber, Debbie. Container of (work): Sugar and spice. (Added Author). Macomber, Debbie. Container of (work): Friends, and then some. (Added Author).

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  • 3 of 3 copies available at Bibliomation. (Show)
  • 2 of 2 copies available at Hagaman Memorial Library - East Haven.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Hagaman Memorial Library - East Haven F MACOMBER (Text to phone) 31953145373364 Adult New Fiction Available -
Hagaman Memorial Library - East Haven F MACOMBER (Text to phone) 31953145373620 Adult New Fiction Available -

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General Note:
Previously published stories. The forgetful bride originally published in 1991; Sugar and spice first published in 1987; Friends -- and then some first published in 1986.
Formatted Contents Note:
The forgetful bride -- Sugar and spice -- Friends, and then some.
Summary, etc.:
Three cozy holiday romances. The forgetful bride: Caitlin Marshall is stuck spending the holidays with Joe Rockwell. Her childhood friend is still a terrible tease, claiming that he and Cait are married. Oh, sure, they had a pretend ceremony when she was eight -- but now it would seem that Joe wants to make their relationship into something real. Sugar and spice: Librarian Jayne Gilbert needs a man she can bring to her high school reunion. So, naturally, Jayne turns to a book: How to Pick Up a Man. And it works, even if she attracts the attention of good-looking Riley Chambers only because she's carrying that book, not because she followed its advice! Friends -- and then some: Lily Morrissey decides it's time to find a husband, preferably one who can look after her. It's a strictly practical decision, so she enlists the help of her best friend, Jake Carson, in the Great Husband Search. But then Lily's feelings for Jake start to change ... Could they become more than friends?
Subject: Man-woman relationships > Fiction.
Holidays > United States > Fiction.
Winter > Fiction.
Families > Fiction.
Mate selection > Fiction.
Genre: Christmas fiction.
Romance fiction.
Domestic fiction.

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