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by Debbie MacOmber


Being a goal-oriented person, I usually begin by identifying what I’m after (MARRIAGE!!) and then I work out a logical procedure for getting it.

Being a goal-oriented person, I usually begin by identifying what I’m after (MARRIAGE!!) and then I work out a logical procedure for getting it. Which, in this case, includes looking good. Not that I look bad now, if I do say so myself.

Debbie Macomber at a 2016 book signing. Over 170 million copies of her books are in print throughout the world. This Matter of Marriage became a made-for-TV-movie in 1998

Debbie Macomber at a 2016 book signing. 1948-10-22) October 22, 1948 (age 71) Yakima, Washington, United States. This Matter of Marriage became a made-for-TV-movie in 1998. Five of Macomber's novels have been made into Hallmark television movies: Debbie Macomber's Mrs. Miracle, Call Me Mrs. Miracle, Trading Christmas (based on Macomber's novel When Christmas Comes), Mr. Miracle and. Dashing Through the Snow. Macomber also now writes inspirational nonfiction, including cookbooks and children's books.

Debbie Macomber (born October 22, 1948 in Yakima, Washington) is a best-selling American author of over 150 . Over 140 million copies of her books are in print throughout the world. This Matter of Marriage, became a made-for-tv-movie in 1998.

Debbie Macomber (born October 22, 1948 in Yakima, Washington) is a best-selling American author of over 150 romance novels and contemporary women's fiction. In 2009, Hallmark Channel broadcast "Debbie Macomber's Mrs. Miracle," their top-watched movie of the year. The next year Hallmark Channel aired "Call Me Mrs. Miracle," based on Debbie's novel of the same name, and it was the channel's highest rated movie of 2010.

Another Debbie Macomber book that became a made for TV movie was This Matter of Marriage. Today, Debbie Macomber is not only active in writing books

Another Debbie Macomber book that became a made for TV movie was This Matter of Marriage. The book turned into movie is all about the diary of Hallie McCarthy. Today, Debbie Macomber is not only active in writing books. At the age of 64, she is a volunteer mentor for young writers and she is also active in fundraising for the shelters for battered women in the USA. During her spare time, she and her husband enjoy traveling all over the world as well as try new things for the benefit of developing the characters of her novels.

This Matter of Marriage by Debbie Macomber Hallie McCathy is now 30 and ready for a family. The Hallmark Channel based a television series on Debbie's popular Cedar Cove books. She has set one year to meet the right man to marry. Steve Marris lives next door and he has an ex wife.

This Matter of Marriage. In this short hardcover, Debbie Macomber shows how a group of train travelers stranded in a New Hampshire depot on Christmas Eve find the true meaning of Christmas. Seek what they sought. Can This Be Christmas? by Debbie Macomber. Len Dawber, a navy man stationed in Maine, is desperate to get home to Texas, where he inte. Touched by Angels (Angels Everywhere, by Debbie Macomber.

This Matter of Marriage book. This was my first Debbie Macomber book (audio) and I enjoyed her writing style. Hallie and her bff Donalee are tired of being single so they decide to make marriage their goal

This Matter of Marriage book. The dating game is always the same  . Hallie and her bff Donalee are tired of being single so they decide to make marriage their goal. so many dates from hell and LOL moments.

A slow easy smile crossed her face as she rolled onto her back, stretching her arms high above her head. A glance at the clock told her it was after ten. That couldn’t be right. rs, she climbed out of the narrow bed, reached for her robe and looked over the balcony of the A-frame loft. Todd stood in front of the stove, humming softly while he turned the bacon, looking masculine and wonderful. Her heart swelled at the sight of him. They’d spent Saturday trout-fishing from the canoe. He’d insisted on cooking dinner, treating her like company.

This Matter Of Marriage Debbie Macomber. Debbie Macomber is one of the few true originals in women’s fictio. .Her books are touching and marvelous and not to be missed!

This Matter Of Marriage Debbie Macomber. Литагент HarperCollins EUR. Perfect for fans of Maeve Binchy' - CandisThe alarm on Hallie’s biological clock is buzzing. She’s hitting the big three-O and there’s no prospect of marriage, no man in sight. Hallie, an organized, goal-setting kind of person, gives herself a year to meet Mr. Knigh. n Shining Armor. But all her dates are disasters.Her books are touching and marvelous and not to be missed! -Anne Stuart. As always, Macomber draws rich, engaging characters. Publishers Weekly on Thursdays at Eight.

The dating game is always the same. One disaster after another. Fortunately, Hallie McCarthy can compare notes with her neighbor, Steve Marris. He's divorced and in the same boat. Right--too bad Hallie and Steve are not interested in each other!
Ustamya
I am a Debbie Macomber fan and have read numerous books of hers. She's written some of my favorites and her writing has developed through the years with more complex character development. Sadly, this is not one of them. There's an unfortunate trend in publishing where they repackage an author's previously published works to generate more sales. Case in point: this book is copyrighted 1997. And it shows. It is outdated, which I find lazy if you're repurposing the book (taxi drivers take debit cards, who doesn't have a cell phone, etc.) And the main characters are unsympathetic and come across as whiny, the female has a victim mentality, and are downright unlikable.

Some books are better left in 1997. This is one of them. Wish I could get my money back.
Yananoc
I give this at least a 4.5 on the star scale and I admit to liking Debbie MacComber's writing a great deal.

I did find this one a refreshing and very realistic look at the dating scene today as opposed to years ago before the dating services. Most of the blind dates in this book could have described my experiences and even some of the dating service ones could also have been mine 40 years ago. SO, take heart kids, your life experiences are, it seems, are pretty much in line with the generations before you: even with the expensive services promising you everything you want in a partner.

I like the best friend aspect of this story and the fact that they really do make both the best husbands and the father's. Usually, if you have to be anyone other than yourself with your date, I'd say you are already in trouble. Because at some point you will have to revert to who you really are and usually the surprise to your partner will not be a good one.

I say read, laugh, enjoy and aborb the truth of this one.
Conjuril
I really enjoyed this story, but it took almost up to the last 3 chapters for me to realise that I had read this story a long time ago. It was
really sure when Steve was taking his kids and their friends to the drive in movie. That has to happen I guess in time, when I have read
over 3,000 books at least since 1998. It might even be more then that I would have to think about that go over the list I have of all the
Books I bought from CBD book distributors, since 1998, and from Harlequin's Love Inspired Books. I am hooked on reading and it sure
is a lot more satisfying than the trash they have on T V these days.
PanshyR
This book was interesting, Sad for me to say but it didn't stick with me as most of her other books do.. but it has been awhile since I read this book :) ... Debbie Macomber, is another of the inspired writers to get involved with her books ..She has so many to mention by name but each one is full of adventure ,Love,and a determined woman who will find her man and her piece of Happily ever after..
this woman 's books also shout out ...READ, READ, READ..
I LOVE her books.
Malien
I am a Debbie Macomber fan and have read numerous books of hers. She's written some of my favorites and her writing has developed through the years with more complex character development. Sadly, this is not one of them. There's an unfortunate trend in publishing where they repackage an author's previously published works to generate more sales. Case in point: this book is copyrighted 1997. And it shows. It is outdated, which I find lazy if you're repurposing the book (taxi drivers take debit cards, who doesn't have a cell phone, etc.) And the main characters are unsympathetic and come across as whiny, the female has a victim mentality, and are downright unlikable.

Some books are better left in 1997. This is one of them. Wish I could get my money back.
Biaemi
I give this at least a 4.5 on the star scale and I admit to liking Debbie MacComber's writing a great deal.

I did find this one a refreshing and very realistic look at the dating scene today as opposed to years ago before the dating services. Most of the blind dates in this book could have described my experiences and even some of the dating service ones could also have been mine 40 years ago. SO, take heart kids, your life experiences are, it seems, are pretty much in line with the generations before you: even with the expensive services promising you everything you want in a partner.

I like the best friend aspect of this story and the fact that they really do make both the best husbands and the father's. Usually, if you have to be anyone other than yourself with your date, I'd say you are already in trouble. Because at some point you will have to revert to who you really are and usually the surprise to your partner will not be a good one.

I say read, laugh, enjoy and aborb the truth of this one.
Kajikus
I really enjoyed this story, but it took almost up to the last 3 chapters for me to realise that I had read this story a long time ago. It was
really sure when Steve was taking his kids and their friends to the drive in movie. That has to happen I guess in time, when I have read
over 3,000 books at least since 1998. It might even be more then that I would have to think about that go over the list I have of all the
Books I bought from CBD book distributors, since 1998, and from Harlequin's Love Inspired Books. I am hooked on reading and it sure
is a lot more satisfying than the trash they have on T V these days.
This book was interesting, Sad for me to say but it didn't stick with me as most of her other books do.. but it has been awhile since I read this book :) ... Debbie Macomber, is another of the inspired writers to get involved with her books ..She has so many to mention by name but each one is full of adventure ,Love,and a determined woman who will find her man and her piece of Happily ever after..
this woman 's books also shout out ...READ, READ, READ..
I LOVE her books.
You can't go wrong by reading this wonderful Debbie Macomber. Like so many other women approaching the Big 3-0, Hallie realizes it is time to take action and find her Mr. Right. She sets out, within a year, to find this mystery man and to marry him and begin a family. The set of amusing and totally disatrous dates will definitely keep the reader entertained. But, like me, I am sure you will get a little frustrated by her failure to realize the "right man" is just next door. Be ready to also get a little frustrated by Steve's infatuation to get his undeserving ex-wife back. Other than that, you will definitely LOVE this entertaining romance. Thumbs up!!!
I enjoyed this book, as I always enjoy Debbie Macomber. I call her books the “feel good” books. I can actually picture the characters and places. Very relaxing for me.
Well, what's there to say. Not very original. Every cliché there is in the book are in this book. First of all, who gets up one morning and decide to get married within 1 year. My guess is if this book would have been 75 pages shorter it would go down easier. The plot is so cliché, the author give the reader a heads up two pages before the punch line. I think this was a hit and miss book.

One good think, the blind dates are very funny. Read something else.
I was sucked into this book immediately and read it in one sitting. I truly liked the characters and that helped me become involved in this book I had to know what happened to them!
This Matter of Marriage ebook
Author:
Debbie MacOmber
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Contemporary
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Durkin Hayes Pub Ltd (April 1998)
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