Susan Wiggs has done it again with another great Lakeshore story. She is good at developing characters that we have met in previous books and then introducing new characters. Logan O'Donnell is now a single dad and gets his son Charlie for the holidays. He wants to make this the perfect Christmas for his son, who will be moving out of the country, and his family. Logan's sister, India invites her friend Darcy to spend the holidays with her family. Darcy is just not interested in another relationship but finds it hard to resist Logan. This book has all the elements for a magical Christmas, the falling snow, family gathered together, romance and the traditional Christmas pageant at the… Read more
The flavor of the Lipton English Breakfast Tea is smooth and more flavorful compared to their regular tea. It taste more like loose leaf tea, which is do to the long leaves in the bag. I am not sure that having a pyramid bag adds anything, however the bag is made of a stronger material. This allowed me to pour the hot water directly on the bag without it breaking.
Author Cheevers has written a fine book that brings the story of the Pueblo and its crew up to date. Certainly this work surpasses and puts in their place earlier books by Commander Bucher, "Bucher: My Story", Murphy's "Second In Command" (Murphy was Bucher's executive officer), and Ed Brandt's "The Last Voyage of USS Pueblo". But frankly I rank it second to Trevor Armbrister's "Matter of Accountability: The True Story of the Pueblo Affair" up through the time of the Secretary of the Navy Chafee's ruling on the findings of the Navy Board of Inquiry. The thrusts of the two books is different: Armbrister gives only 53 pages to the time the Pueblo crew was in North Korean captivity while… Read more