Twenty Wishes by Debbie Macomber
Blossom Street, Book 4
Contemporary Romance
ISBN-13: 978-0-7783-550-5
ISBN-10: 0-7783-2550-4
Reviewed By Tori



Anne Marie Roche, the owner of a bookstore on Blossom Street, has been widowed for nine months and is mourning for the things she never had while married, like a child.  Now she is close to turning forty and sees no chance to have a child of her own.  At a support group for widows, she comes up with a plan that changes everything. 

Anne Marie comes up with the idea to write down a list of twenty wishes to focus on.  Her list includes things like volunteering at the local elementary school and dancing in the rain barefoot.  When she goes to volunteer at the school, she is unprepared to meet the shy Ellen.

 Between a shocking revelation about her dead husband and Ellenís grandmother becoming ill, Anne Marieís life gets a little chaotic.  Sometimes the best answers to wishes come from unexpected places.

Twenty Wishes is everything I have come to expect from Debbie Macomber.  She writes characters that feel like everyday friends and they have everyday worries.  This was another great book in the Blossom Street series. The romance between Barbie and Mark is hilarious and while the main character does not have a romance in this book, there are several issues from her marriage that are resolved.


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