Debbie Macomber Writing Styles in Alaskan Holiday

Debbie Macomber
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Point of View

This novel is told by two different first-person narrators. Palmer and Josie take turns narrating the story of their courtship and the troubles that they face as they try to work out their differences. The first-person points of view allow both Palmer and Josie to tell their stories in their own words. Josie is able to describe the struggles she faces as she tries to decide between her desire to stay with Palmer and her excitement about the opportunity she has in Seattle. Palmer, meanwhile, is able to share from his point of view his fear that Josie will fall in love with Anton, the chef with whom she will be working in Seattle.

The first person points of view from each of the main characters allow the reader to get to know each of these characters very closely. Because both of them tell their...

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