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Debbie Macomber’s Legendary Lovers Series in Order 

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Debbie Macomber’s Legendary Lovers series, which includes “Cindy And The Prince,” “Some Kind of Wonderful,” and “Almost Paradise,” is a collection that reinterprets classic romantic narratives in contemporary settings. This series stands out for its ability to weave timeless romantic themes into the fabric of modern life, focusing on characters who navigate love, ambition, and societal expectations.

Each book in the series offers a unique perspective on how love can bridge diverse worlds and ideologies. From the contrast of social statuses in “Cindy And The Prince” to the ideological clashes in “Some Kind of Wonderful,” and the differing life philosophies in “Almost Paradise,” Macomber explores a range of scenarios where love plays a transformative role.

Macomber is known for her engaging storytelling and relatable characters, and this series is no exception. It showcases her talent for bringing new life to familiar romantic themes, making them relevant and relatable to contemporary readers.

The Legendary Lovers series is a reflection of the universal and enduring nature of romantic themes, demonstrating their ability to connect and resonate with readers across different backgrounds and eras.

See also: Best Regency Romance Books.

Debbie Macomber Legendary Lovers Series in Order

  1. Cindy And The Prince (1988)
  2. Some Kind of Wonderful (1988)
  3. Almost Paradise (1988)

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  • “Outlander” by Diana Gabaldon – This novel combines elements of historical fiction, romance, and adventure. It tells the story of Claire Randall, a nurse from the 20th century who finds herself transported back in time to 18th-century Scotland and falls in love with a dashing Highland warrior. The theme of love across different times and cultures is a key element, similar to the ‘Legendary Lovers’ series. See Outlander Books in Order.
  • “Me Before You” by Jojo Moyes – This contemporary romance novel explores the relationship between Louisa Clark, a small-town girl, and Will Traynor, a former banker left paralyzed from an accident. Their unlikely love story deals with themes of finding love in unexpected places and circumstances, resonating with Macomber’s works.

See also: Marian Keyes Walsh Family Books Order.

Most Recommended Books

  1. Some Kind of Wonderful (4.07 Goodreads score)
  2. Almost Paradise (4.02 Goodreads score)
  3. Cindy And The Prince (3.89 Goodreads score)


Debbie Macomber won the RITA Award in 2003 for her book “The Christmas Basket,” received a romance award based on fan votes in 2005, and has been awarded the B. Dalton Award three times.

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Book Summaries

Cindy And The Prince

"Cindy And The Prince" is a heartwarming story about Cindy Territo, a janitor who cleans the office of Thorndike Prince, a successful executive in New York City. Despite their different social statuses, Cindy takes a chance and attends her company's Christmas ball where she unexpectedly dances with Thorndike. Just like in the classic Cinderella tale, Cindy leaves the ball at midnight, leaving behind her heart and wondering if their paths will ever cross again.

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Some Kind of Wonderful

"Some Kind of Wonderful" tells the story of Judy Lovin, a down-to-earth woman who chooses to work as a preschool teacher instead of relying on her wealthy family's fortune. However, when her father's empire is threatened by a hostile takeover, Judy steps in to save the day. In the process, she finds herself face to face with a ruthless tycoon who is drawn to her. Despite her initial dislike for him, Judy agrees to spend time alone with him on his island getaway. As they spend time together, John McFarland, the tycoon, begins to soften and open up to Judy. He realizes that she is unlike any woman he has ever met and starts to believe in love, something he never thought he could have.

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Almost Paradise

Sherry White, a burnt-out grad student, finds herself in a camp filled with mischievous girls. Despite the chaos, Sherry is drawn to the camp director, Jeff Roarke, who is not only incredibly attractive but also serious about his vision for the camp. As Sherry and Jeff share a perfect kiss under the stars, they struggle to find common ground between Sherry's belief in letting loose and Jeff's dedication to rigorous education.

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