Author: Debbie Macomber
Chapters: 16 Plus Epilogue
Genre: Christmas Chick lit
Rating: 3.5 stars
Alaskan Holiday is the new Christmas book by Debbie Macomber. One of the things that you can count on is that Debbie Macomber almost always has a new Christmas book out every year. It's just something that she does, and this year is no different. Alaskan Holiday is at least her second Christmas book set in Alaska. The first being Starry Night.
In Alaskan Holiday Josie Avery having missed the last ferry leaving the remote Alaskan town of Ponder believes that she's going to be stuck in Alaska through the winter. Which will lead to her losing her dream job in Seattle. Though she loves the community and the people especially Palmer Saxon a quiet swordsmith and Jack Corcoran a wilderness guide who has an uncle like quality.
Palmer who has fallen in love with Josie during the summer and loves his small Alaskan town can't understand why anyone would want to leave. But when Josie finds a way out he lets her go. But once in Seattle working at the restaurant she realizes her dreams aren't what she thought they were. That maybe what she is looking for is somewhere else.
I enjoy Debbie's Christmas books and Alaskan Holiday is no different. I enjoy these Hallmark movies like books. That read just like a Hallmark movie. Her books are great for people who like Christmas romances and Hallmark movies.
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