That Wintry Feeling (Debbie Macomber Classics)
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Debbie Macomber’s special warmth and heart shine in this tender story of letting love find its way home, now available for the first time as an eBook.
After watching the man she loves walk down the aisle with her sister, Cathy Thompson needs to get away. Alaska—beautiful, remote, and far from bitter memories—sounds like the perfect place to start over. But a brand-new life comes with brand-new challenges . . . namely Grady Jones, a pilot and single dad who has a solution to both their problems: a marriage of convenience.
Grady isn’t looking for love. He tried that once and failed. He just needs a wife, and Cathy is smart, easy on the eyes, and adored by his daughter. But Grady doesn’t count on the way Cathy gets under his skin, the way she makes him want to be a better husband and father. Grady didn’t think he had any more love inside to give, but Cathy proves him wrong. With his wife by his side, this pilot learns to soar on the wings of a future neither of them dreamed possible.
BONUS: This edition includes excerpts from Debbie Macomber's Last One Home and The Inn at Rose Harbor.
Praise for Debbie Macomber
“No one tugs at readers’ heartstrings quite as effectively as Macomber.”—Chicago Tribune
“The reigning queen of women’s fiction.”—The Sacramento Bee
“It’s impossible not to cheer for Macomber’s characters. . . . When it comes to creating a special place and memorable, honorable characters, nobody does it better than Macomber.”—BookPage
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week, Cathy was able to leave the school before twelve. She was determined to speak to Grady Jones one way or another. Following the directions Linda had given her, Cathy arrived at the airfield promptly at noon. Her car door slammed with the force of the September wind, shutting it for her. Another gust whipped her hair about her face and stimulated her cheeks until they were a rosy hue. She stopped to examine the buildings. A large hangar took up one side of the open field to the right of the
could have done in the beginning of her marriage that would have changed the way her father had been? “Daddy won’t be home until late, will he?” Sad eyes the identical color of Grady’s filled with tears the child couldn’t restrain. “It’s just like it was before you and Daddy got married. He never used to have dinner at home then, either.” “Tonight I think we’re going to surprise your father.” Cathy stood, scooting the kitchen chair to the table. Wiping the tear from her cheek, Angela was
after the scene that afternoon with the puppy and you telling Angela that when a person loves someone it takes a long time to forget that person.” “But, Grady,” she said in a determined tone, “I was referring to the dog, not Steve.” Tight-lipped, he nodded. “But at the time I didn’t doubt the truth of his statement. Steve said that if I had any deep feelings for you, then I would see the truth and would set you free.” “No,” she gasped, and tightened her arms around his middle. “Steve told me
sweeping inspection of the room. “I wasn’t about to give up on us, Grady. Not when I love you so much.” “I don’t think I’ve ever noticed how talkative you are,” he murmured, smoothing the hair away from the sides of her face. A moan of anticipation came deep from within him as he lowered his mouth to hers, crushing her body with his. Immediately, Cathy was aware of his need and answered with her own, wrapping her arms around him. A long time passed before either of them spoke again. “Grady,”
didn’t suggest they meet again, because she wasn’t sure how she’d respond. Probably with a no. He walked to the car with her. “Thank you, Grady. As you say, it’s been interesting.” As she withdrew the keys from her purse, Grady opened the car door for her. When Cathy glanced up, her mouth opened, then closed. “How’d you do that?” she burst out. “Do what?” He looked puzzled. “Open that door,” she demanded, her voice high and unreasonable. “It’s broken. It’s been broken for two weeks. I was