Book: MACOMBER, DEBBIE «Dashing Through the Snow: A Christmas Novel»

Dashing Through the Snow: A Christmas Novel

Ashley Davison is desperate to spend the holidays with her mother in Seattle. Kevin Tyler, an independent contractor, just got assigned a mission in Seattle and must arrive by December 23. Both frantic to book a last-minute flight out of California, Ashley and Kevin collide at the airline to learn that there are no flights and only one rental car available. Squaring off before meeting halfway, the two reluctantly agree to drive to Washington together. But their journey isn't without obstacles, and a misunderstanding with the law threatens to upend their holiday plans altogether. Will Ashley make it home in time to surprise her mother? Will Kevin report to duty as expected? Despite the unexpected adventure, the journey may give them both the greatest Christmas gift of all.

Издательство: "Ballantine Books" (2015)

Формат: 135x180, 256 стр.

ISBN: 9780553391695

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Macomber

Macomber is a surname that refers to:

*Bart Macomber (1894–1971), American college football player
*Debbie Macomber (b. 1948), American author of romance novels
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Debbie

Debbie

a bee
Gender Female
Origin
Word/Name Hebrew
Meaning Honey bee
Other names
Related names Deb, Debs, Debra, Deborah

Debbie (or Deb) is a fairly common given name, usually feminine, short for Deborah (or Debra) (which means "bee" in Hebrew) and is popular in most English-speaking countries. It reached its height of popularity in the United States in the 1970s.

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Notable people

Fictional characters

  • Debbie Does Dallas
  • Debbie Downer, character on Saturday Night Live portrayed by Rachel Dratch
  • Debbie Dingle (portrayed by Charley Webb), a recurring character in the British soap opera, Emmerdale
  • Debbie Gallagher (portrayed by Rebecca Ryan), one of the lead characters in British television drama, Shameless
  • Debbie Dean (portrayed by Jodi Albert) character in long British show Hollyoaks

Songs about Debbie

  • "Debbie" by R. Stevie Moore from the album Everything You Always Wanted To Know About R. Stevie Moore But Were Afraid To Ask
  • "Debbie," one of two new songs, and the only single released, from the B-52s' 1998 compilation album Time Capsule: Songs for a Future Generation

In Israel

In its original Biblical form, "Dvora" (דבורה) is a common female name in contemporary Israel, including:

  • Dvora Baron, writer
  • Dvora Bartonov, musician
  • Dvora Ben-Shir, writer
  • Justice Dvora Berliner of the Israeli Supreme Court
  • Dvora Silverstein, writer

Источник: Debbie

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