Caitlin Marshall's trying to go home to Minnesota for Christmas, but at the last minute she gives her airline ticket to a stranded soldier. So Cait spends the holidays with Joe Rockwell, who was a childhood friend - and is still a terrible tease, claiming that Cait's his wife. Oh, sure, they were "married" in a pretend ceremony when she was eight, but now Joe wants to make their "marriage" real!
©1991 Debbie Macomber (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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"Wonderfully sweet story."
Debbie presents an adorable love story without any foul language and with just a hint of sex.
Joe is my favorite - him and his patience.
When Caitlin understood Joe's motives. An ah ha! moment if ever I have read one.
"Had to force myself to listen to it all"
Probably a good book for adolescents.
Have loved some of Macomber's books but found this one tedious.
Looking for something with a more entertaining and less predictable plot.
"Another Light Feel Good Book"
I enjoyed this book very much. The interaction between Cait and Joe was frustrating at times, but quite unique and fun. I listened to it twice so that tells me that I really like the book. Very good relationship book.
I liked the book and thought it would be ever better on audiobook. The problem is the narrator who is impossible to listen to. She was so bad I couldn't even get through 20 minutes of the book before I couldn't take it anymore. What a waste!
No way in hell!
Great book I loved the ending. The whole book was wonderful. Can't wait to read more books from this author.
"Quick love story"
Overall the story line was predictable. But when reading romance that is what I want. Nothing too complicated. Good story.
"carzy about this book"
IT'S UP THIER I LOVE BOOKS .BUT AUDIOBOOKS ARE THE BOMB.
LOVEE EVER THING ABOUT THIS AUDIO BOOK.
LOVE THE WAY SHE DIDEACH PERSON FROM FORKID TOADULT.
I LOVE THE PART ABOUT WHEN SHE WANT JOE CARRY HER FROM THE PARTY.
"Kept me smiling throughout. Great reader too!"
Listened to it several times already. It's upbeat and funny.
Christmas means reading Debbie Macomber books and
The character interaction
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