Hannah died of ovarian cancer a year ago. The opening scene of Hannah's List has her brother giving his best friend, and Hannah's widower, a letter from Hannah. In it, Hannah tells her husband that it is time for him to remarry, and gives him a list of three women she wants him to consider. One is her favorite cousin, another her oncology nurse and the third, a model she met recently. Her husband isn't interested in dating but decides to honor Hannah's wish and at least contact the women. With whom does he end up? Well, I'll give you a hint: this is a Debbie Macomber book; everyone lives happily ever after.
Part of the story is set on Blossom Street, so if you are a reader of Macomber's Yarn Shop books, you'll see some familiar names, but they really don't play an important part in this story.
The book is typical Macomber; if you like her other books, you'll like this one; if not, well, this is no different. Grade: B
(My copy is borrowed from the library)