Sooner or Later

Sooner or Later The sequel to New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber s classic Someday Soon When stubborn but proper Texas postmistress Letty Madden hires a rough soldier Jack Murphy to help her find h

  • Title: Sooner or Later
  • Author: Debbie Macomber
  • ISBN: 9780061083457
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • The sequel to 1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber s classic Someday Soon When stubborn but proper Texas postmistress Letty Madden hires a rough soldier, Jack Murphy, to help her find her brother for the price of one night together, she has no idea that he will fall deeply in love with her.

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  • Debbie Macomber

    Debbie Macomber is a 1 New York Times bestselling author and one of today s most popular writers with than 200 million copies of her books in print worldwide In her novels, Macomber brings to life compelling relationships that embrace family and enduring friendships, uplifting her readers with stories of connection and hope Macomber s novels have spent over 1,000 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list Thirteen of these novels hit the number one spot.In 2017, Macomber s all new hardcover publications include If Not for You March , Any Dream Will Do August , and Merry and Bright October In addition to fiction, Macomber has also published two bestselling cookbooks, an adult coloring book, numerous inspirational and nonfiction works, and two acclaimed children s books.Celebrated as the official storyteller of Christmas , Macomber s annual Christmas books are beloved and five have been crafted into original Hallmark Channel movies Macomber is also the author of the bestselling Cedar Cove Series which the Hallmark Channel chose as the basis for its first dramatic scripted television series Debuting in 2013, Debbie Macomber s Cedar Cove was a ratings favorite for three seasons.Macomber owns The Grey House Caf , which also features a gift shop and a Hallmark Gold Crown store inside It is located in the Village Square campus, which also serves as Debbie s corporate headquarters.She serves on the Guideposts National Advisory Cabinet, is a YFC National Ambassador, and is World Vision s international spokesperson for their Knit for Kids charity initiative A devoted grandmother, Debbie and Wayne live in Port Orchard, Washington, the town which inspired the Cedar Cove series.

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  • Not many people in the town of Boothill, TX knows the real Shaun Murphy, most don’t even know his first name and he prefers it this way. He is surprised when Letty Madden the postmistress of the town seeks his help in finding her brother in he is taken aback.Letty Madden knows something is terribly wrong with he twin brother Luke, she will do anything to save him including considering the indecent proposal Murphy makes her.Sooner or Later has it all intrigue, a dashing hero and a fearless hero [...]


  • [audio] Not the Debbie Macomber of Blossom Street, this second in the Deliverance Company series adds suspense and some descriptive zing to the "good girl with "traditional" values changes bad boy" romance plot. There is action (but not Steve Berry or James Rollins or even Brockman style), disasters (with kisses to make it better), and not everything is happily ever after. This was almost chaste for those seeking romantic suspense, but some detailed descriptions of both the romance and the viole [...]


  • This book was linked to the last book I read by Debbie, Someday Soon. Murphy had a small part in the book but he is one of those characters that you cant get out of your head. Well, he got his story in this book and it was awesome! He got EXACTLY what was coming to him! My mom is a huge fan of Debbie MacomberI am starting to become one myself. She reminds me alot of Nicholas Sparksher stories are very touching and heart warming.


  • I had to pick this one up because of my last read. `The Sooner the Better`I briefly read others comments and yes, I agree that this is not the typical Debbie Macomber book. Thank God. Normally, the books that I have read by this author and typical romance and fluff. I do not mind those but if I read only those, I think I can compare it to eating the same damn meal everyday. Its nice to have a bit of variety and still have our favorites. This book starts readers off probably a bit harsh. There i [...]


  • 3 1/2 stars. At the beginning of this book Jack does something that I thought would ruin it for me ever liking Jack. I thought there was no way to ever make that right (really Debbie Macomber what were you thinking?). But Letty's cleverness saved Jack from being hated by me forever. Anyway, the book was a fun and easy read.


  • Great Story I've really enjoyed this series so far. The adventures are wild, but the driving force behind the decisions made is beautiful. I enjoy this kind of love story that can really change your world for the better. I enjoyed the language and pacing of this story. I would recommend it to anyone who is a romantic at heart and is up for a dynamic adventure to get there.


  • a Story idea with a optimistic beginning and respectable end - but the in between is made up by sex, bickering and Jack Keller.


  • Engrossing and heartwarmingFollow the adventures of some very opposite people who ultimately discover what they most cherish in spite of harrowing trials. Loved this book.


  • Great bookThe first book in the series was pretty good, the second book was not my favorite, but this book was really really good it was more like Debbie’s writing. Such a great storyline such a happy ending


  • This book was so disappointing. I was caught at the airport with nothing to read (nook can't be used during take off or landing!), so picked this book up from the "new" shelf at the airport Borders. Since when is 1996 new?!? I hate it that I was in a rush and forgot to check copyright date (which we all need to do now even if book is on "new" shelf). This story was fragmented and did not work for me at all. It's almost like the characters wanted to be from 1880, even though it is supposed to be [...]


  • Sooner or Later is the second of Debbie Macomber’s Deliverance Company novels and consists of two stories told in tandem. In the main story, Letty Madden, postmistress of Boothill, Texas tries to employ Deliverance Company mercenary, Shaun Murphy to go with her to the troubled Central American country of Zarcero to rescue her twin brother, missionary, Luke Madden. But Murphy has no intention of helping her out, and, to put her off, he tells her he will only agree if she spends a night with him [...]


  • normally I can appreciate macomber's books. nice pleasant romances. this was not one of those. this was not one of those. letty was just so wishy washy in her feelings. yes she had grit to her character, which was nice and almost made me like her. however, the way she went about dealing with things left me not so. Murphy was even worse. his attitude about women left me quite disturbed. I never saw that viewpoint change, either. and that doesn't bode well for me. not at all. and I probably should [...]


  • "Oh, dear heavens!" she thought. "It was just so full of promise, of wonder, of excitement."But then, she realized what time had taught her. That she should have known better. That her whimsical wishes and desires had gotten the better of her once again.While this was a romance book, it just wasn't the romance book she'd hoped for . . .***********************************Ok, enough of the farce. Seriously, if you write a romance book, people have sex. Really. Real, adult, no-holds-barred, rowdy o [...]


  • I was actually thrown by this book and had to look at the cover multiple times just to make sure that it was a Debbie Macomber novel. I like that Debbie's books are generally fluffy, icing on type books with usually a great lovestory thrown in. In general there are church going people in the book and the language is usually mild. But in between most things are fluffy happily ever after type stories. This book is what I would definitely call a romance novel. It certainly had adult material that n [...]


  • This was a fairly predictable romance. Naturally neither party could admit their attraction to one another - as the were so wrong for each other. Both had past issues that were difficult to overcome. However, in the middle of a war-torn country, searching for a condemned missionary, love bloomed. A bit corny. A bit unrealistic. Still, it pulled at my heart strings, while still satisfying my interest in "more" in a story. I liked that the search for Luke was not an easy one, and that there was mo [...]


  • A sexy novel of a everyday postmistress, Letty, needing someone to help find her missionary-preacher brother who is in a unsettled country. That someone is Murphy, now the owner of Deliverance Company. So they travel together in very unsafe conditions to find they have a connection, but Murphy refuses to end up like his buddies, Cain and Mallory, married and no soldier work.Another member of the Deliverance Company has his own troubles. Keller is attracted to Marcie and is tempted to give up his [...]


  • Good Story. Fairly predictable but some surprises. Story deals with Letty who hires Shaun Murphy to find her brother Luke who is a missionary in Central America and had been kidnapped. The story also includes other love relationships-- between Luke and Rosita and and between Marcie, Jack(Johnny) and Clifford. Three love stories in one book. The story deals with finding Luke. It keeps your interest.


  • Horrible. I've read a lot of Debbie Macomber books. I've read them because I like silly but clean romances. Within the first 5 pages it was obvious she had changed. I even checked the author to see if I had the right Debbie Macomber. This is a serious departure from her previous formula. I won't be reading her books anymore. She had broken the trust between the author and reader. Very sad and very disappointing


  • A young post-mistress, Letty, lives in Boothill, Texas. Her brother, a missionary, is missing in the country of Zarcero. Letty enlists the help of Murphy (against his better judgement) and together they travel to the foreign country which is embattled in a civil war. The life-threatening adventures to locate Letty's brother lead the couple to a complicated relationship. The plot is quick and a perfect summer time read.


  • I absolutely loved this book! I just found I could NOT put it down! I almost gave it four stars because I didn't really like how one part of the story turned out but honestly, it was the best after a bit of consideration! I will always read anything I come across by Debbie Macomber! I love her writing. I also love that there were three stories at play here and I never got confused about which was which or who was who! This is a great, romantic, adventurous read!!


  • Of all the Debbie Macomber books I've read so far, this one has been my least favorite. That's not to say I didn't LIKE it, just that I didn't like it as much as the others. I wasn't totally happy with the ending, which is just because I like things to be a certain way and this one didn't meet my expectations. It's still a good book though, and that's why I gave it 4 stars.


  • Nice story. Took me a long ride to read though. Not sure why I found it difficult to put it into contemporary settings, possibly because of names Boothill Texas and the postal employee thingy that put me in the frame of the old west. Anyway, unexpected twist in the end. Sort of atypical romance but all in all in a bad read.


  • Sooner or Later was definitely a good summer read. It was easy reading, with characters that were likable. One aspect I found somewhat annoying was the character attitudes regarding sexuality and sex. However, by the end of the story, all of the characters figured out what their true feelings where and all ended well.


  • It may not be fair of me to even rate this, as I barely got past chapter one. I just could NOT get in to this one. I don't know why it was so disappointing to me, I loved her Cedar Cove series so very much. Either this was written in her early days, and just not so great for some reason, or my book tastes are really changing.


  • Got about halfway through this one. The hero is such a jerk that I just don't care about the rest of it. You can hardly call it a romance novel; there's no romance about it at all. If you want a good book in this genre, read Suzanne Brockmann's "Out of Control." That's what this book wanted to be and wasn't.


  • Love and non stop action I enjoyed this story because it was not a predictable plot. I often cheat and read the last chapter after I'm one third the way into the book but even so it held some unexpected events. Plenty of action and love. Looking forward to see what happens to Jack.


  • What a page turner! I loved all of the characters in this book with the exception of Capt Norte and the rebels. I loved how the author built the relationship between Letty and Murphy until they had no choice but to accept the facts that they cared for one another. I also enjoyed the addition of Jack and Marcie and I hope that there will be a book about them or at least, Jack.


  • Good book with just enough suspense and romance combined. Definately not the Debbie Macomber I am use to with the Blossom street books or the Cedar Cove books. Glad I found these books because they are very good reading and I couldn't wait to get back to reading them every night.


  • Not a big fan of two love stories going on at the same time, and this book has zero "love scenes" so that put a damper on it. My first by Debbie Macomber, not sure if I'll giver her another go. Good writing but not my taste.


  • This was the first Debbie Macomber book I read and I fell in love with this author! Next I read the other two books in this little series and then ventured off to explore her other books. So far I haven't been disappointed.


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