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It seems to be the done thing nowadays, to create dislikeable characters.
I could not tell you what in particular bugged me, but throughout the first two chapters my friend had a running commentary upon all the negativity I already felt towards her. I want to scream from the roof tops “Go read gijger book now!
Review on book 3. I loved Rachel and the relationship she had with Jonathan. Jul 01, Coco. Drew wants her to not only teach his nine year old son, who has been kicked out of various private schools, but help bring his behavior under control.
Rachel stays solely to protect neticed Jonathan, trapping her into this sticky web despite her own history of loss and betrayal. However, it kept me entertained and fully interested in the story and the characters throughout the entire book. I will say I really liked Enticed. In Book gibger of the Fullerton Family Saga, teacher Rachel Dennehy heads back to California to save her favorite little boy from his rapid downward spiral. Open Preview See a Problem? She also becomes a pseudo step mom to Jonathan her student.
Lists with This Book. His fingers wound in my hair as he stole the very breath from gknger lungs with each kiss. Rachel Dennehy, seventh grade school teacher, just goes through the motions in life. I started this book one evening, quite late… and the next thing I knew the birds are chirping merrily and I had only a few hours left before I had to get ready for work. Although there was a slow buildup to Drew and Rachel’s relationship, I found that relationship building time to be real and not forced and it was a nice change from the usual boy meets girl, instant sexual attraction, fall into bed scenario.
Her Rubenesque romances were created especially for those heroines with gingre figures, who can still get the man of their dreams if only they believe they can.
That is until things get turned on their head Twisted family feuds, love gone wrong and a broken boy left behind – the only salvation comes in a public school teacher as she accepts Read and Reviewed for Perusing Princesses Blog Web: She accepts the job hoping a change of scenery will turn her life around.
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Refresh and try again. This book is full of heartache, tragedy, and the effects of divorce on a young boy who has had to grow up too fast to be the buffer for his parents. Book 2 will hopefully give us a HEA In all boight, had it not been for the ending, I would have considered it overly boring.
I had never had this kind of reaction to anyone before Ginger Voight enticev my attention with her Groupie Trilogy so I jumped at the chance to read her new series.
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However, upon arrival, the boy in question is far from what she expected and it soon becomes clear that there is more to the Fullerton family than meets the eye. She gets a weekend visit to determine if she could help the child. The world was his oyster, but he had wanted me.
Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Young Jonathan holds fast to his dream of a real family, which tears her in yet another direction.
But will she survive the fallout when the Fullerton family skeletons come plowing out of the closet and straight into her? Alex Fullerton is the proverbial black sheep of the family and takes an immediate dislike to Rachel.
Because right now, I just want to kick these guys in the balls and slap Rachel for being such a moron. He was every bit as handsome as his pictures in magazines portray him, and every bit as powerful too.