Twenty Wishes is by far the best of the Blossom Street books. Actually, I loved the 1st, so read the 2nd and the 3rd because I have a problem not walking away from a series, but after the 3rd, I wasn't sure if I'd read anymore (not that it was bad, it just wasn't great and I have a ton of books to read). I am so glad I hung in there and read the 4th. While the ending was predictable, I'm not opposed to predictable as long as it's well written and engaging, and this was both. I also like that Macomber mentioned and used previous characters, but that this book focused on new characters and only used the old to support the new. It's refreshing that the same craziness doesn't occur in the same people's lives again and again (unless it's directly related to their job, people don't typically live soap opera lives). So, yay, I'm looking forward to any additional Blossom Street books and even if there is some ridiculous drama, I have hope that she'll still have some great ones!
Excellent, fast reading story! A group of friends comes up with the idea to make a list of 20 wishes to help them move on in their lives. Things start to change as they take the steps to make the wishes happen. I miss hearing of "the old gang" from Blossom Street. The story doesn't involve them, but there is mention of them. Definitely a feel good book. Leaves me considering making my own list of 20 wishes.
Nice and easy read. Light reading for easy days of summer.
Debbie Macomber wrote some other books centering around a yarn shop, this book can stand alone, you dont need to read those to read this. This is about the book store owner. I love the bucket list of 20 wishes.
I can never wait for the Blossom Street books to hit the bookstore. I was so glad to get this one through Paperback. You will love it!