Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Review: The Way to a Man's Heart by Debbie Macomber




About the Book:  Meghan O’Day isn’t sure what captures her fancy more: the sexy stranger in her Wichita diner or his reading material. Before long, Grey Carlyle becomes a regular, ordering the nightly specials and chatting with the spirited redhead about the classics. Certain that her favorite customer has an appetite for more than home cooking, Meghan decides it’s time to teach the good professor a thing or two about romance.
Grey notices the sparkle in Meghan’s eyes the moment she opens up about her passion for literature. She’s the breath of fresh air and joy this reserved and lonely teacher needs in his life. They say opposites attract, and Grey becomes a true believer each time he holds Meghan in his arms—even as they hit a few speed bumps on the road to togetherness. But if Grey knows anything about great books, it’s that the best tales always have a happy ending.


My Review:   I really enjoyed this story!  I am familiar with some of the landmarks mentioned in this book, including Friends University - which made reading this story fun!

 I like the way that Meghan knows what she wants from life. Grey seems like a quiet professor, however he is open to the possibility of a romance in his life.  
Meghan's family is really nice and I liked how they interacted with Grey. 

 Meghan and Grey have to work thru several challenges while getting to know each other - will love be in their future?  You will have to read the book to find out!  =)





For more information on Debbie Macomber, visit her website






I read "The Way to a Man's Heart" in the book below 
"A Man's Heart" includes "The Way to a Man's Heart" and "Hasty Wedding".  I'm currently reading "Hasty Wedding."  and really enjoying the 2nd story in this "2 in 1 book"! 





6 comments:

  1. What a wonderful review. This is a book that I would definitely love to add to my collection. I have read Debbie Macomber books in the past, but I've since gone back and forth between mysteries and inspirational stories. Thank you and have a lovely week ahead.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Dee and leaving a comment! I'm so glad that you enjoyed my review!
      Have a great week!

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  2. I love Debbie Macomber's work and this would be a great book to take to the beach now that it's getting warmer down here.

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    1. Thanks for the comment Maureen! I think you will really like this story!

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  3. I've read some of Debbie Macomber's books but not this one and it sounds like a delightful read.

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