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Christmas in Cedar Cove: 5-B Poppy Lane\A Cedar Cove Christmas (A Cedar Cove Novel) Mass Market Paperback – October 26, 2010
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wait until the next story or book is released.
Story two set at Christmas, Mary Jo arrives ready to confront David Rhodes, the scoundrel, but instead she meets the main characters in the Cedar Cove series. As always Grace and Olivia their spouses and families make Mary Jo welcome. Great Christmas story.
The second story took the birth in a manger scenario way too far for me. Three brothers named Wyse, a pregnant girl named Mary (jo)? Awww, come on!
It is one thing to find misprints in a classic I receive for free, or even the occasional misprint in a purchased book, but this Kindle edition is full of misprints; words that are separated into two words as though the person who did the print set up had English as a second language.
I think we deserve (and certainly have expected) better from books that we purchase. I sincerely hope that Kindle reisues this book to all who have purchased it with a free update that takes care of the extremly irritating word separations. I thought of writing my response to this book in separated words so that you could see how irritating this is, but that would make me as frustrating as the book is.
I also think Debbie Macomber deserves better from those who print her books and I am sure she is embarressed by this poorly printed copy of her book and it may make her think twice about allowing Kindle editions to be printed, which would be a major loss for those of us who love our Kindles.
Please consider correcting (for free of course, as the book has already been purchased) this poorly crafted Kindle copy of a book I was so looking forward to. I would bet that many of the poor reviews of this book are more about the typos than about the quality of the book itself.