Before beginning her new job as sous chef at one of Seattle’s finest restaurants, Josie Stewart takes on a six-month position cooking at a lodge in an Alaskan lake town. It’s only temporary–or so she thinks, as she becomes a valued part of the local community, falling in love with the people who call the Klutina Lake home.
But one man, in particular, stands out among the rest of Josie’s new friends: an intriguing swordsmith whose very existence forces her to question whether her heart wants to return to Washington at all.
Review: I would firstly like to thank arrow publishing and Rachel Kennedy for asking me to review this amazing book and to be apart of the blog tour. I felt very honoured to be able to read and review a book by Debbie Macomber who is a very author of mine.
Alaskan Holiday is perfect for a cosy Christmas read. I enjoyed this read. Debbie has again created some strong characters and a delightful setting. Once I started reading it was very hard to put down. Pure escapism and beautifully written.
Our main character is on a six month holiday before her new job begins but her holiday may change her future especially on meeting a swordsmith. Josie takes the people of Klutina Lake very much to heart and her future is very much changed.
A delight to read and cannot wait for more from Debbie Macomber.