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A classic novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber Abby Carpenter longed for the type of romance she had read about in books. She loved Logan, but thought a little spice in her life might prove interesting. Then she met Tate Harding, the handsome stranger who had been watching her in the park. He couldn’t be for real: He was the kind of man that dreams A classic novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber Abby Carpenter longed for the type of romance she had read about in books. She loved Logan, but thought a little spice in her life might prove interesting. Then she met Tate Harding, the handsome stranger who had been watching her in the park. He couldn’t be for real: He was the kind of man that dreams are made of. What did he want from her? And what did Abby want from him—the thrill of adventure? She had Logan; he was real, trustworthy, warm, and unselfish. The grass may always seem greener, but true love is hard to find.


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A classic novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber Abby Carpenter longed for the type of romance she had read about in books. She loved Logan, but thought a little spice in her life might prove interesting. Then she met Tate Harding, the handsome stranger who had been watching her in the park. He couldn’t be for real: He was the kind of man that dreams A classic novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber Abby Carpenter longed for the type of romance she had read about in books. She loved Logan, but thought a little spice in her life might prove interesting. Then she met Tate Harding, the handsome stranger who had been watching her in the park. He couldn’t be for real: He was the kind of man that dreams are made of. What did he want from her? And what did Abby want from him—the thrill of adventure? She had Logan; he was real, trustworthy, warm, and unselfish. The grass may always seem greener, but true love is hard to find.

30 review for Laughter in the Rain: A Novel (Debbie Macomber Classics)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marianne

    Laughter in the Rain is the eleventh stand-alone romance by popular American author, Debbie Macomber. When Abby Carpenter meets Tate Harding, she is immediately attracted. Her relationship with Logan Fletcher seems dull and predictable, so when Tate asks her out, she doesn’t really hesitate. But it seems that Logan isn't willing to be a third wheel: he starts to take their romance to the next level, and when Abby continues to see Tate, gives her an ultimatum. Abby soon realises that all is not a Laughter in the Rain is the eleventh stand-alone romance by popular American author, Debbie Macomber. When Abby Carpenter meets Tate Harding, she is immediately attracted. Her relationship with Logan Fletcher seems dull and predictable, so when Tate asks her out, she doesn’t really hesitate. But it seems that Logan isn't willing to be a third wheel: he starts to take their romance to the next level, and when Abby continues to see Tate, gives her an ultimatum. Abby soon realises that all is not as it first appears with Tate, and that she misses Logan’s company more than she ever expected to. This romance is not up to Macomber’s usual standard: Abby is irritating in her attitudes, Tate is selfish and proud, and just needs to grow a set and get over himself, and Logan, least annoying of the lot, is too quick to jump to conclusions. They all need to communicate more, and there was a bit too much male ego happening. A happy ending I’m not sure this lot deserved.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Krystyl Hamilton

    This book is pretty good and an easy read. It definitely plays out like a fantasy and any self-withstanding woman/man would not have put up with a bunch of crap that happens in this book, regardless of who started what. Everyone has an egotistical attitude and selfish behavior. Abby is a mess and shouldn’t have bent the truth to hide Tate from Logan. In reality, Abby would’ve told Logan the truth if she really loved him, regardless of what Tate felt or didn’t want to reveal. The fact that Tate w This book is pretty good and an easy read. It definitely plays out like a fantasy and any self-withstanding woman/man would not have put up with a bunch of crap that happens in this book, regardless of who started what. Everyone has an egotistical attitude and selfish behavior. Abby is a mess and shouldn’t have bent the truth to hide Tate from Logan. In reality, Abby would’ve told Logan the truth if she really loved him, regardless of what Tate felt or didn’t want to reveal. The fact that Tate wasn’t honest from the beginning and played into Logan’s jealousy only made things worse for their relationship. And for Abby to allow to it continue is absurd. Logan jumps to too many conclusions on his own and never allows anyone to speak! Geez, all of the characters need to get over themselves! Lol but overall it is a good read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

    This was a book I would not recommend to others. It was about a girl who was dating a guy for about a year. She meets a new guy and can't stop thinking about him. Her boyfriend is a jerk and keeps telling her to choose between him and the new guy. She picks the new guy, but then misses her boyfriend. They seem to fight and leave each other on every other page. This book was hard to read and did not keep my attention well. The girl finally figures out that the new guy doesn't even like her romant This was a book I would not recommend to others. It was about a girl who was dating a guy for about a year. She meets a new guy and can't stop thinking about him. Her boyfriend is a jerk and keeps telling her to choose between him and the new guy. She picks the new guy, but then misses her boyfriend. They seem to fight and leave each other on every other page. This book was hard to read and did not keep my attention well. The girl finally figures out that the new guy doesn't even like her romantically and just needs her help. She promised not to telling anyone including her boyfriend. This causes more fighting and leaving each other. The boyfriend is jealous and starts dating another girl. It is all very high schoolish and not an enjoyable read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cindi

    I read some of the reviews on this book. A lot of people did not like it. One s aid she wanted to yell at the characters because they were driving her crazy. My thought, well done Debbie Macomber. You made your character so real, some one actually felt emotional about them. I think the book dealt with real life people and problems.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Emi

    I’m a fan of Debbie Macomber and am just now delving into her earlier works from the 1990s. The first book I read by her was “Cottage by the Sea”, and that one got me hooked on her style of storytelling and her way of illustrating the dynamics of emotions and relationships. I can recommend this book to people who enjoy romance as well as those looking for an uplifting read. I always take away something valuable from her books. Among her earlier short works, I also recommend “Shadow Chasing”. I a I’m a fan of Debbie Macomber and am just now delving into her earlier works from the 1990s. The first book I read by her was “Cottage by the Sea”, and that one got me hooked on her style of storytelling and her way of illustrating the dynamics of emotions and relationships. I can recommend this book to people who enjoy romance as well as those looking for an uplifting read. I always take away something valuable from her books. Among her earlier short works, I also recommend “Shadow Chasing”. I also loved the Alaska series. My favourite Alaska series book was “Because of the Baby” and also “The Marriage Risk”. Happy reading! :)

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sheryle Horsley

    Enjoyed but issues I enjoyed this book and read it in a single afternoon but I have issues with the couple. For two people to end up engaged at the end and have such major issues such as selfish pride, lack of trust and honesty it begs the question of if there would actually be a happily ever after? Other then that; the book moved right along and was very entertaining. I wanted to know how it would even if I didn’t fully care for that ending.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joyce A. Reid

    Trust in Love This is another great book by Debbie Macomber, my favorite author. She manages to capture believable personalities that enhance her stories to the max. She certainly doesn't rely on sensationalism to include sexual scenes in her literary endeavors but depends on the reader's imagination to determine what is happening.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Helen

    Again, I wish we had the opportunity to put in a negative rating. This story reads like a Hallmark movie--no, that is an insult to Hallmark. The characters were loving each other on one page and hating each other on the next page. Yuck!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jo Richner

    This romance is problematic in today's world. Tate said he didn't like how Logan acted like he owned Abby and he's right. This hasn't aged well on a few levels, if I'm worried today I don't stalk someone's house, I text them.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Candyce Rude

    Great Story! I always feel better after reading one of Debbie Macomber 's stories. This one did the same for me. I get so involved in it that I forget all my problems.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dyenelle

    It was not what I expected it to be. The story seems to be a bit childish and the problem, small. I was expecting to be balling my eyes out and at the same time feel the love as I did with her other books.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Marina Parker

    Sweet and dramatically written, I love Debbie Macombers' books.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sue

    Too many back and forth situations for my liking.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Melody Lemons

    Enjoyed this book very much

  15. 5 out of 5

    Theresa Bearegard

    Not one of her best.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kaye Wingo

    As always another great book

  17. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne

    Not very good. I wanted to shack her

  18. 4 out of 5

    Carol D Geibe

    A cute story of the mysteries of love This is a cute little novel about not taking a person one loves for granted and that love can be much deeper than one thinks. Fun quick read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sharon A

    I enjoyed this book actually it was two books in one the other was Engaged to the Single Mom by Lee Tobin McClain it was also a good read

  20. 5 out of 5

    JoAnne

    This was a quick read but not what I've come to expect from Debbie Macomber. Granted it was one of her earlier books but it had very little romance and what there was was fraught with friction, fighting, secrecy, unhappiness and sadness. If I was Logan I would have been long gone when Abby told me she wanted a break from our relationship to see how she feels about Tate who she's attracted to because of the attention he pays her. Little does Abby know the attraction is not what she thinks and bec This was a quick read but not what I've come to expect from Debbie Macomber. Granted it was one of her earlier books but it had very little romance and what there was was fraught with friction, fighting, secrecy, unhappiness and sadness. If I was Logan I would have been long gone when Abby told me she wanted a break from our relationship to see how she feels about Tate who she's attracted to because of the attention he pays her. Little does Abby know the attraction is not what she thinks and because of it she almost loses Logan in the process. I was happy how the story resolved itself but Logan and Abby caused each other and themselves a lot of heartache along the way.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kshydog

    Abby and Tate both did not act like in their late twenties more like a teenager that only thinks of themselves. Logan seemed like someone that has not done much dating and was content with a girlfriend/companion. It took both of them to see how Patty entering the picture changed things. Really proud of Logan and his mountain adventure. I did give Abby credit for keeping Tate's secret even though she knew that Logan deserved more.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I really like Debbie Macomber, but this one wore on my nerves. I just wanted to yell at the characters because the story kept going in circles. It was like circling the block; you go around and around and around and there are tiny differences, but ultimately its the same thing. On again, off again, repeat, repeat, repeat. Ugh!! Plus some of the word choice is too dramatic and cheesy and made Abby (the main character) sound just plain stupid sometimes.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Heaton

    In Macomber’s romance novel, Abby Carpenter dreams of finding her knight in shining armor. But what she has in her life is safe, predictable and practical Logan Fletcher. What her life is lacking is pizazz! Then she meets a stranger with his eyes on her in the form of Tate Harding and she can’t help but wonder if this chance meeting is just what she needs. Macomber has once again paved the path to true love.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    Abby is dating Logan until she meets Tate. She starts dating Tate until she realizes he just wants her help learning how to read. Tate makes her promise not to tell anyone, including Logan who she now realizes she loves. Problems ensue, but it all works out in the end.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary

    I thought of pulling flowers off the stem of a daisy, saying he loves me, he loves me not, while reading this book. Only Debbie Macomber could do so much with so little. Cute story, thin plot and happy ending.

  26. 5 out of 5

    PWRL

    SM

  27. 5 out of 5

    Alice

    This was the least enjoyable of her stories that I've read so far.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Disappointed to say the least. Love Debbie's books normally but this one disappointed!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Marsha

  30. 4 out of 5

    Betty Ast

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