Starry Night – Debbie Macomber

Posted: November 18, 2013 in Review, romance
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starry nightCarrie Slayton is a talented journalist frustrated at being stuck covering the society page for two years.  Promised a chance at covering serious stories when she started, Carrie is so frustrated she hands her resignation in and her boss promises she can write more meaningful stories – if she gets an exclusive interview with author Finn Dalton.

Finn is a world-famous novelist and very reclusive, living in the Alaskan wilderness.  Many journalists have tried to find him but always reach a dead end.  Carrie is determined to succeed though – this story could make or break her career.  Finn enjoys his solitude, living a hermit like life with his big shaggy dog Hennesey.  He doesn’t trust women as they all manipulate men to get what they want.

I like how Finn just wrote his book to show people how cool it is to be outdoors doing stuff, instead of inside watching tv or playing computer games.  This is a sweet romance, no sex just a lot of emotional moments.  This is a Christmas story with an emphasis on family, friends and having a loving heart.  And it has an adorable dog.

Bantam Press

Supplied by Random House New Zealand

Reviewed by Jan

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