Starry Night: A Christmas Novel

Debbie Macomber, author of more than 150 romance and women's fiction books, is back with Starry Night, a Christmas-themed story that will please her many fans.

Chicago newspaper columnist Carrie Slayton longs to write "real" news, but is having trouble breaking out of the society page. Fed up with her job and with living so far from her family in Seattle, Carrie gives notice. Then her editor offers her an amazing challenge: if she can find, and interview, the reclusive Finn Dalton--author of a bestselling survival handbook that's been topping the charts for months--he'll let her have any job she wants.

Carrie sets off for the Alaskan wilderness to track down Finn. She ends up not only finding him--and getting trapped in a cabin with him--but falling in love. Finn doesn't trust women, though, and he doesn't trust reporters; a female reporter is at the bottom of his list. Can Carrie overcome Finn's doubts and prove that she really does love him?

While Starry Night's conclusion is perhaps inevitable, Macomber gracefully weaves Carrie's and Finn's stories together, making the reader root for them to put aside their differences and find happiness. Perfect for the holiday season, Starry Night is a sweet little story of family and romance. --Jessica Howard, blogger at Quirky Bookworm

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