Hannah's List

Hannah s List I want you to marry again On the anniversary of his beloved wife s death Dr Michael Everett receives a letter Hannah had written him In it she makes one final request An impossible request I want you

  • Title: Hannah's List
  • Author: Debbie Macomber
  • ISBN: 9780778327806
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Hardcover
  • I want you to marry again On the anniversary of his beloved wife s death, Dr Michael Everett receives a letter Hannah had written him In it she makes one final request An impossible request I want you to marry again and she s chosen three women he should consider.First is Winter Adams, a trained chef who owns a caf on Blossom Street The second is Leanne LancaI want you to marry again On the anniversary of his beloved wife s death, Dr Michael Everett receives a letter Hannah had written him In it she makes one final request An impossible request I want you to marry again and she s chosen three women he should consider.First is Winter Adams, a trained chef who owns a caf on Blossom Street The second is Leanne Lancaster, Hannah s oncology nurse Michael knows them both But the third name is one he s not familiar with Macy Roth.Each of these three women has her own heartache, but during the months that follow, Michael spends time with Winter, Leanne and Macy, learning about each of them and about himself.

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    About "Debbie Macomber"

    1. Debbie Macomber

      Debbie Macomber is a 1 New York Times bestselling author and one of today s most popular writers with than 200 million copies of her books in print worldwide In her novels, Macomber brings to life compelling relationships that embrace family and enduring friendships, uplifting her readers with stories of connection and hope Macomber s novels have spent over 1,000 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list Thirteen of these novels hit the number one spot.In 2017, Macomber s all new hardcover publications include If Not for You March , Any Dream Will Do August , and Merry and Bright October In addition to fiction, Macomber has also published two bestselling cookbooks, an adult coloring book, numerous inspirational and nonfiction works, and two acclaimed children s books.Celebrated as the official storyteller of Christmas , Macomber s annual Christmas books are beloved and five have been crafted into original Hallmark Channel movies Macomber is also the author of the bestselling Cedar Cove Series which the Hallmark Channel chose as the basis for its first dramatic scripted television series Debuting in 2013, Debbie Macomber s Cedar Cove was a ratings favorite for three seasons.Macomber owns The Grey House Caf , which also features a gift shop and a Hallmark Gold Crown store inside It is located in the Village Square campus, which also serves as Debbie s corporate headquarters.She serves on the Guideposts National Advisory Cabinet, is a YFC National Ambassador, and is World Vision s international spokesperson for their Knit for Kids charity initiative A devoted grandmother, Debbie and Wayne live in Port Orchard, Washington, the town which inspired the Cedar Cove series.

    479 thoughts on “Hannah's List”

    1. Once in a while most readers stumble across a book that leads them to ask "How was this ever published?" For me, Hannah's List is that book. I'll start by saying I'm not a fan of romance and tend to avoid the genre. But, I read the blurb about this book and was intrigued. The idea is brilliant and had the potential to be an excellent story. I also read the reviews on , and there were some pretty good ones. So, I thought, I'm trying new things, how about giving romance a chance? So I did, and boy [...]


    2. This is number 7 in Debbie Macomber’s Blossom Street Series. I love this series – it is about friendship, love and knitting. These are fun, easy-to-read, heartwarming books that will appeal to most women.This book follows Michael, a man who a year ago lost his wife to cancer. Hannah was the love of his life and her death devasted him. On the anniversary of Hannah’s death he goes out for dinner with her brother, who gives him a letter Hannah has written. In it she writes that she wants him [...]


    3. I've been avoiding this author, not consciously, just with an fairly good idea that what she writes is not really my cuppa. (Ahhtio furniture novels). But I felt like it was time I tried one, so I'd know whether or not to recommend them. I tend to be not as interested in what I call 'sweet' or 'gentle' romances. This was definitely of that sort. I will say that I did not like the choice to mix the 1st person POV of the hero with 3rd person POV for the three women involved. Pick one or the other. [...]


    4. Review copy provided by publisherIt's been one year since Hannah's death. Hannah was just 36 years old when she passed away from ovarian cancer. Her husband, Michael, was at her bedside when she passed. Hannah and Michael had been trying to start a family when she was diagnosed. After 18 months of trying unsuccessfully they saw a fertility specialist only to find out that Hannah had stage-four ovarian cancer. The cancer was terminal and taking over very quickly.During the year following Hannah's [...]


    5. If you've read any of my old reviews, you know that I'm a big Debbie Macomber fan. She knows how to weave a good story and tug at the heartstrings. So, when I was approached by Big Honcho Media to help with their media blitz to promote Debbie's newest release, I jumped at the chance. Today, you're getting a review of Hannah's List. And tomorrow, we're starting a contest that will give away 3 copies of the book as well as an extra special prize.But today is about the reviewOccasionally, we get an [...]


    6. I saw the premise of this book and was intrigued. Dr. Michael Everett had been married to the love of his life, Hannah, for 12 years, until she died. The book starts on the one-year anniversary of Hannah's death. Hannah's brother Ritchie gives Michael a letter she had written before she died, asking Ritchie to give it to Michael after a year had passed. In the letter, Hannah tells Michael how much she loved him, and that she wants him to be happy. She then goes on to ask him to start dating agai [...]


    7. "Hannah's List" is another first for me. This is my first book by Debbie Macomber. Debbie has such a good sense of how to manipulate the reader to really care about the characters. I love this book. I read it in 2 days. That's how good it is.Let me start off that the main character in this book "Michael" loses his wife Hannah to cancer. And on the year of his wife's death his brother-in-law gives him a letter from his dead wife. Hannah wrote a letter for Michael before she died explaining how sh [...]


    8. This wasn't up to Macomber's usual standards. It was a unique premise and rather unique that a man is the center focus of the romance novel. However, before half way through, you knew exactly how it would end, and who would end up with who. All that was missing was the details of how they'd get there. It wasn't bad. It was okay. But okay was all it was because I got bored because the ending was so predictable and I had half the book to go to get there. It was good enough I wouldn't tell anyone n [...]


    9. From the very beginning this book had me in tears. It was so sad, and hard to read I just wanted to cry. But finally it got better and better. By the end I had a smile on my face. It was such a sweet read. I love stories like this.


    10. This book is pretty cheesy, but that's not always a bad thing. I lost track of how many times I rolled my eyes during the story though.




    11. This is my first Debbie Macomber novel and not my last. It seems for some reason I always hesitate to buy the novels that most people are crazy over. It is my understanding that just her name will sell a book before synopsis or title is available. I would not say that this is my favorite author, but she was definitely enjoyable for a general market fiction. Coming as a reader of various genres I generally like my fiction to be tasteful and for the most part this was. There were about five sexual [...]


    12. I understand that this is a contemporary romance, so it's going to be a little sappy, but this book was ridiculous. I liked the premise: Hannah knows she's going to die of cancer so she writes a list of 3 women who might make a good wife for her husband after she passes. I especially liked that it was inspired by a real woman and I think that's a very interesting idea; however, I did not believe any of the characters at all. I felt like this was happening in a fake world. There was absolutely no [...]


    13. While overall somewhat predictable, some of the twists were unexpected and the entire book was very sweet -- at times heartbreakingly so. Bring tissues.


    14. I hope this is the book I read, I don't see the cover I did read though, but I think this is a pretty similar description of the one I did read, i think??! wow, wee 10 books in this series, found it at Walmart for a good price. I love Debbie!! love this cover! I admit there are some tear-jerk-er moments in this read but an HEA moment too. I read book #8 in this series and enjoyed it a bit more than this one, but that doesn't mean I did enjoy this read, just have to say my peace considering I re [...]



    15. There is something comforting about this type of book. It's one that you know you can turn to when you need a light read that can take you away for a minute. I don't read this genre of book that often because I sometimes feel like it's too predictable and sappy. And in some ways it was. But I have to say I also was pleasantly surprised by some aspects of this. First of all, while this book is not in the Blossom Street series, it apparently has some of the same characters; readers of that series [...]


    16. "On the anniversary of his beloved wife’s death, Dr. Michael Everett receives a letter Hannah had written him.In it she reminds him of her love and makes one final request. An impossible request — I want you to marry again. She tells him he shouldn’t spend the years he has left grieving her. And to that end she’s chosen three women she asks him to consider.First on Hannah’s list is her cousin, Winter Adams, a trained chef who owns a café on Seattle’s Blossom Street. The second is Le [...]


    17. It had been a year since Hannah’s death and while Michael Everett had continued his life, he still hadn’t moved on. Knowing her husband the way she did, Hannah left a letter with her brother, Ritchie (Michael’s best friend) with instructions of when to deliver it. One year after her death she was giving him one more last request, move on, re-marry, have kids, be happy. It would be a difficult request to fulfill so Hannah had given him the help he needed. The rest of the letter contained na [...]


    18. Dr. Michael Everett has been a widow exactly one year now. He can't seem to move past his wife Hannah's death. Michael doesn't do sociable things like playing poker on Thursday nights any more, dating, or biking. He's lost touch with the world around him. Michael's brother in law Ritchie stunned him by handing him a letter from Hannah. Michael didn't know what to do or say. After reading Hannah's letter, Michael is in a state of shock, denial, anger, and unwilling to follow through with Hannah's [...]


    19. A solid read, but not one my favorites from Ms. Macomber.Michael is a doctor, whose wife Hannah passed away from ovarian cancer. They loved each other dearly, and she didn't want him wasting away the rest of his life and so wrote him a letter before she died and had her brother deliver it to him a year after her death. In it, she encourages him to continue living and to remarry, even suggesting three women that he get to know better to start. One is her cousin Winter, a restaurant owner nearby. [...]


    20. Really enjoyed this book. It was interesting to have the book mostly told from the man's (Michael's) point of view and seeing how he reacted to his wife's death and her list of possible future wives. Some parts were humerous but in a lot of ways this was much more serious than most Macomber books. I also loved that there was a tie-in to the Blossom Street books with one of the woman on Hannah's list being her cousin Winter who owns the French Cafe. Through that Alix and Lydia both made appearanc [...]


    21. I have to say that I am growing more fond of Debbie Macomber's books with each on that I read. When I first choose to read Hannah's List I was not sure how I would take to it. Reading about how someone could ask there signficant other to move on when they are gone is heart wrenching in itself. Let alone thinking about having to do it in real life. This can be a tear jerker in some parts. Just brace yourself if you venture out to read this book. It is a good read, it is light in other sections an [...]


    22. A woman, dying of cancer, wants her husband to remarry after she's gone and even makes him a list of potential wives? Sounds slightly improbable, but that is the plot of this book and apparently it is loosly based on a true incident. It spite of the subject matter it is not a depressing book. It actually has some lighter moments and characters,like Macy's irrascible neighbor Harvey. Some reviewers didn't seem to like the main character,Dr. Michael Everett,but I found him sympathetic and likeable [...]


    23. I guess I'm kind of a sucker for "letters from the dead" stories, like 13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson. This is not as good as that one but it's a better than average romance. One year after his wife Hannah's death from cancer, Michael receives a letter from her urging him to start a new life. And she has three possible candidates picked out for him. We get to meet each of them and thoroughly concur with his final choice. But don't worry, the two lovely ladies who don't make the fina [...]


    24. This was on of those books on my stack of books to read, but not in a hurry to read. My wife brought it home thinking I would like it. At first, I thought it was going to be a sad book, but in the end, not really. It was a good read with interesting characters and a good story. It was predictable, but not in a bad way. You wanted the story to have a good ending and you were not disappointed.


    25. Needing some light reading at the moment, Debbie Macomber has twice now transported me away from pain and sleepless nights after an accident and given me a thoroughly enjoyable read. A year after Dr. Michael Evertt loses his wife, Hannah, to cancer, he opens a letter from her. In the letter she suggests three women that she believes would make an suitable new wife


    26. Got this book because when I read the back of the book, thought it sounded interesting. Read it in two days, an easy read, and enjoyed it, but am not into cutesy books, so probably won't read anymore Debbie Macomber books.


    27. This book took me a few chapters to get into but once I did, I didn't want to put it down. When I got to the end, I was a little sad that it was over because I wanted to spend more time with the characters. I hope she brings them back in more of the Blossom Street books.


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