Widowed Jessie Adams was about to give birth, and she needed help fast! Unfortunately, the closest ranch in the small Texas town belonged to her brother-in-law, Luke, who didn't know a thing about delivering babies. And though this charismatic rancher was her only hope, he was the last person Jessie wanted to be stranded with....
|Title||:||A Christmas Blessing|
|Number of Pages||:||256 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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A Christmas Blessing Reviews
This starts one of the best love stories ever, but the best feel good knock down family story ever. It will make you laugh & cry and sometimes at the same time. This too is a must read series but it may be hard to find but worth every moment.
the guilt we place upon ourselves and those around usThis story is about a family each member of which has different ideas of who they are and how they should respond to the death of one brother and where to place blame for their feelings. The mother is driven by how she believes society thinks the family members should behave. The father is a more complex person whose motives seem to be straightforward, but who may be behaving under motivations his family do not understand. The brothers have ceased to be close, but their portrayal is well written and inspires genuine feelings in the readers. As usual, Sherryl Woods writes romances about people and places the reader recognizes and cares about. These are people who care about their professions, their family and who reach beyond their beliefs about themselves and those they love to grow and accept the feelings of those they love.Well written, fleshed out world that many of us would like to be part of.
This read was a total disappointment. I just couldn't enjoy it because it was so insipid, generic, unoriginal and unrealistic. And above all; what little content it had, it was repeated over and over. In a nutshell: widowed Jessie Adams is about to give birth on her way to visit her (former) in-laws. She needs assistance and a safe warm place. Unfortunately, the closest ranch in the part of Texas where she is stranded, belongs to her late husband's brother, Luke, who doesn't know a thing about delivering babies. And though this brooding rancher is her only hope, he is somehow the last person Jessie wants to see in her time of need.I will tell you this: this book blurb may sound promising, but the story is so boring, it really isn't worth the read.Let this be a reminder to myself that books by writer Sherryl Woods are on my “don’t purchase” list.If I could give a "zero" rating for truly bad, I'd give it.
New obsessionDidn't read these first time around but this first novel has me hooked on this family much like following the family in Chesapeake Shores or the inhabitants of Cedar Cove, I can't wait to read the next one and since they are being re-issued I don't have to wait for the next book to be published. As for the story the elements are there that play on the emotions of the reader--laughter to tears and everything in between. What is known is that the reader is sure in the end Luke, Jessie, and Angela will live happily ever after.
Jessie and LukeThis was a good book about a man falling in love with his brother's widow. I enjoyed reading it but thought it dragged at times especially when Luke was so stubborn.
A good story.
I have to read the rest of the Adams dynasty books I want to read about Cody and Jordan adams and their individual stories because I loved reading Luke's love story.
Enjoyed this story. Loved Luke. Jessie was fun to read. Loved how the story unfolded. Nice change of pace for me.