It takes a great author to keep you spell bound in anticipation for three hundred and seventy four pages of their book but that is exactly what Debbie Macomber did with Morning Comes Softly. From the moment you meet Travis Thompson you fall in love with this rugged cowboy who took in his brothers three kids after their parents passed away in a motor vehicle accident.
So he does what any "sane man" would do and put an ad in the newpaper for a bride only to be answered by plain jane Ms. Mary Warner. In the beginning we see twototally different people struggling to cope with marriage and kids "both first for them", and it not being easy but through thr love that they feel for thekids and their grossing attraction to each other the manage to muddle their way through day in and day out. And just like many relationships and other families they have their fair share of squabbles and disagreements but in the end it all comes down to mutual love and respect and that is what these two people have for each other and for these kids.
Debbie Macomber is an author of the highest caliber and this book is just like all the others that she has written, it is highly addictive, the minute you dtart reading, andwith the turning of each page you are transported to another time, another place and it grips you to yur very soul. So if you have not read a book by Debbie Macomber as yet I suggest you remedy it immediately.