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If You're A Fan Of Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove Series, Give These Series A Try

Hey Guys :)

I've always been a fan of blog posts where bloggers like to recommend books or series that are similar, in a if you like this read that type of fashion.

I'd recently realized though that although I love reading them on other blogs, I've never actually done one myself, and so today I thought it was time to change that.

As so many of you are probably aware with how often I talk about her, Debbie Macomber is my all time hands down favorite author, and my favorite series by her is The Cedar Cove series. 


Since this is such a widely known, best selling series, I figured a lot of other people probably love it as well, and might be interested in my recommendations for a few series that really remind me of this one.

I've discovered four series that  have many similarities with the Cedar Cove series, and I'm excited to get to share a little about each one of them with you guys.





The Blossom Street series by Debbie Macomber:

I definitely have to start this post out with recommending another Debbie Macomber series that reminds me very much of the Cedar Cove series, and that of course is Blossom Street. 


This particular series focuses on a young lady, Lydia, who's had the unfortunate fate of fighting cancer twice, and has decided to take a chance on pursuing her dream-opening a yarn store and conducting knitting lessons to her shop's patrons. On top of it being Debbie's traditional pull you in without a second thought writing style, it also reminds me of my beloved Cedar Cove series in the way that each novel refers back to Lydia and her current situations, but it also introduces us to a beloved new cast of characters-the same way that the Cedar Cove books did. 



The Cape Light series by Thomas Kinkade and Katherine Spencer:



This is another series that I've actually already mentioned quite a few times on my blog, but it was definitely a perfect choice for this blog post. One of the reason's I loved the Cedar Cove series so much was honestly because of Cedar Cove itself. It seemed like such a charming, welcoming, small town community, and that's the same setting that Thomas Kinkade and Katherine Spencer created with their fictional town of Cape Light. As well, this series has a beloved cast of characters that appear over and over again throughout the numerous books, and I love getting to revisit this fictional town each Christmas when the new book releases. 


The Fool's Gold series by Susan Mallery:



This series is actually a more recent discovery of mine, and I loved right away how it reminded me of Debbie's Cedar Cove series. While Fool's Gold focuses more on the romance element than Debbie's series did, it still focuses around the fictional small town of Fool's Gold, and each book brings new beloved characters into its midst. I'm only a few books into this series so far, but one of my reading goals for 2017 is to finish this series. 



The Life In Icicle Falls series by Sheila Roberts:



Lastly, we come to a new personal favorite of mine, The Life In Icicle Falls series by Sheila Roberts. Sheila's writing style reminds me a lot of Debbie Macomber's, and I always come away from reading her books with a big smile on my face and feeling inspired to get through whatever each day may bring. Icicle Falls is such a picturesque sounding town, and the spirit of community that exists throughout all it's residents definitely also reminds me of my all time favorite series.



If you guys are like me and completely loved the Cedar Cove series, then I definitely recommend giving any of these others a try as I hope you'll end up loving them as much as I do.


I had so much fun finally doing one of these posts, and I definitely think I'll have to do another one in the near future.


Thanks so much for reading guys! I hope your week is off to a great start, and I'll see you all on Wednesday.



This is not a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. The pictures do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners. 

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