- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Molly wants her husband...
Molly wants her husband back. But Jordan, still hurt by her leaving, asks for a divorce. Can a baby reunite them?
Yesterday Once More Going back to Kansas — and a wedding?
Three years ago, Julie Houser fled from Wichita, Kansas — and left her husband-to-be practically standing at the altar. Julie couldn’t face the vast disparity between her own middle-class background and his family’s wealth, not to mention his mother’s disapproval. But she never got over Daniel, and now she’s back, hoping she can convince him to give marriage another chance.
“Macomber has a gift for evoking the emotions that are at the heart of the genre’s popularity.” — Publishers Weekly
Posted June 29, 2012
You Again by Debbie Macomber
2 stories by Debbie Macomber.
Baby Blessed by Debbie Macomber
Molly works at the remote village in South Africa and is surprised when her husband shows up from the helicopter. He is there to bring her back to the US but the army is fighting and they hide out in a safe place and confront one another.
Jordan is fired on and struck on their way out of the remote village and fly to London then to Chicago so he can recuperate. She stays with her father til she has a chat with Jordan to find out he does want a divorce. It is only because they
have lost their 6 month son old to SIDS. They have both agreed to the divorce til she finds out another medical problem has arisen that they both have to deal with. She's back at work with a local hospital and is happy with her new apartment as well.
Their paths continue to cross as they attend a friends wedding where Molly meets the love interest of Jordan, Leslie.
Molly talks to other couples who've also lost their infants to SIDS to help her overcome her fears. They both struggle to overcome their pain.
Yesterday Once More by Debbie Macomber
Julie was being controlled by his mother. Everything from telling her what to wear before work and how to furnish her apartment.
Daniel is a spoiled guy who lives by what his mother says.
Just days before the wedding she has had enough and leaves it all behind to go live with an aunt on the west coast. Her career continues til she's learned she really does love him and goes back to town.
She confronts him but he wants nothing to do with her. She then goes to his mother and tells her she still loves him. She is the one to call 911 as they rush the mother, Clara to the hospital.
They are so hopeful with Clara's recovery that they agree to her proposal, get married and give her grandchildren.
They do get married, live together and strain through everyday life with one another.
Clara gets stronger and can now go through with heart surgery.
Julie meets his other girlfriends and he reminds her she's the one that left 3 years ago.
Based on the excerpt that I've read thus far, this book seems very interesting and a must read book. Just finished reading "A Turn in the Road" which is a continuation of "A Good Yarn" and that was beautiful. I ws extremely happy about how it ended along with an unexpected surprise of events.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.