When Dori saw the ad her eleven year old son,Danny, had put in the Seattle daily newspaper, she nearly fainted with shock. Widowed several years earlier, Dori had forged a comfortable life for her and Danny,or so she thought.
I really like Debbie Macomber but I felt this book just fit all the molds. There isn't anything that stands out in this book. So if you cant get it from the library you really shouldn't waste your time ,sorry to say!!
As usual - a quick read! I read it in one afternoon. A bit shorter than most of her books. A really nice story about 2 pre-teens that get each one of their parents together with the other. Very heartwarming.
This is one of Debbie Macomber's earliest works, recently released by Harlequin. The story is sweet and rather predictable but contains what I view as the author's trademark--authentic characters, who are immediately likeable.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I am just now reading Debbie Macomber's books and I'm delighted to say she is fast becoming one of my favorite authors. The Matchmakers is exactly what you expect of a good romance novel. Love, of course, but only after conflict and many scenes that made me smile and/or laugh. I wanted to keep reading even when I didn't have the time to do so.