In this timely retelling of the classic Little Women, we see Meg and Jo as modern women navigating their relationships in a 21st century world. Meg is dealing with her need to live up to her mother's reputation of being able to "do it all," thus creating small rifts in her marriage. Jo is trying to figure out her life after being let go from her newspaper employer and figure out how to juggle her foodie blog and the new relationship with her Chef boss.
Idun’s Orchard has been in the Lund family for five generations, and cider-maker Sanna Lund can’t imagine living anywhere else. She’s perfectly content spending her days tending the orchard with her father and experimenting with new blends of cider made from their heirloom apple trees. But Sanna’s cider isn’t selling like they’d hoped and business isn’t exactly booming at the orchard. With only the two of them, and Sanna’s father getting on in years, can they really keep going the way they always have?
'Tis the season to be reading a Debbie Macomber holiday story! In Dashing Through the Snow, Ashley is desperately trying, last minute, to get a flight to Seattle to spend the holiday with her mom. At the same time, Dash is trying to get a flight to Seattle for a very important job interview. Neither is successful. The next option is by car, and of course, there is only one car left available. Grudgingly, the two decide to share the ride. At the same time, unbeknownst to Ashley, her name has come up on the Do-Not-Fly list.
When Vivian Forest is given the opportunity to join her daughter to the country "cottage" of the British Royal family, she reluctantly agrees to go. Upon arriving at the this cottage, however, she meets Malcolm Hudson, the ultra-handsome private secretary to the Queen herself! And sparks fly instantly for both as Malcolm introduces Vivian to many new experiences, and Vivian brings out a fun playfulness in Malcolm that he hasn't felt in years.
Push your cold weather blues away with an escape to the south of France! Peter Mayle, a British expat, writes about his life in picturesque Provence. As the pages turn, Mayle brings to life the sights and sounds of the region and its people. Readers were first introduced to Mayle’s France in A Year in Provence, which described his first year adapting to the Provencal culture and lifestyle.