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  1. Gawelleb Gawelleb says:

    4,5 plus 4Une fin un poil convenue qui lui enl ve 0,5 mais j ai vraiment beaucoup aim.


  2. Sue Sue says:

    In the Christmas with kids mood, this one had some decent emotional baggage with it that made it better than most But stopped a step to short with regards to that baggage I did like the whole dynamic of a single divorcee deciding she wanted to be a mom She has some experience with children being split up She was separated from her own siblings , so it s no surprise when she adopts 2 A 10 year old that s way to mature for her own good and a scared 7 year old Wonderful patience in bringing t In the Christmas with kids mood, this one had some decent emotional baggage with it that made it better than most But stopped a step to short with regards to that baggage I did like the whole dynamic of a single divorcee deciding she wanted to be a mom She has some experience with children being split up She was separated from her own siblings , so it s no surprise when she adopts 2 A 10 year old that s way to mature for her own good and a scared 7 year old Wonderful patience in bringing this family together and with the help of helpful neighbor a smoother transition than expected This is where it could have added a bitangst which would have put it over the top But it fell short there.But as a Christmas with kids book, it was a good quick read


  3. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I ve enjoyed all 3 books in this series but I would have loved to see this one have an epilogue to the siblings story Say 10 years into the future and see how the 3 families were doing Sophia at college perhaps and Michael and Jack as teenagers Plus any other children that had been born in the intervening years and how the businesses were doing I just felt an epilogue would have rounded the story off nicely.


  4. Janet Robel Janet Robel says:

    This was cute but nothing unusual to make it stand out from others.


  5. Darlene Torday Darlene Torday says:

    I always enjoy stories from this writer and she didn t disppoint me this time with this wonderful story She had me pulling for a happy ending from the beginning.


  6. Sarah Sarah says:

    3.5 stars for Kids by Christmas, but I bumped up the actual star rating above.Thoughts and PlotThis is actually a re read for me I lent my original copy to a friend and never got it back Finally tracked down a used copy since I own the whole series regarding the Chauvin clan and it was silly to have a missing book.Suzanne Chauvin is a 32 year old divorced woman looking to adopt a kid even though she recently just opened her own store Knit Two Drop in She wants to be a mother and since she ha 3.5 stars for Kids by Christmas, but I bumped up the actual star rating above.Thoughts and PlotThis is actually a re read for me I lent my original copy to a friend and never got it back Finally tracked down a used copy since I own the whole series regarding the Chauvin clan and it was silly to have a missing book.Suzanne Chauvin is a 32 year old divorced woman looking to adopt a kid even though she recently just opened her own store Knit Two Drop in She wants to be a mother and since she hasn t found anyone to share her life with since she divorced her abusive husband she decided to just go ahead and adopt as a single mom As a kid who was adopted by family who never really wanted her after her parent s died, she feels like she could provide a understanding and loving home to a child in need of a mother What she gets instead is 2 children, a brother and a sister, who she believes should not be split up as her and her two siblings where Sophia is 11, going on 16 in both maturity and looks Her young brother Jack is 7 I think , small for his age and shy after the mother of his mother and being mistreated by one of his foster parents Taking these two children in is a bitto handle than Suzanne though, but she is determined to make it work Fortunately she has a not quite handsome, ex military, built, neat freak next door neighbor to help Tom Stefanec is a 35 I think year old military veteran who was discharged after shrapnel tore up his knee He s lived next to Suzanne for over 6 years, witnessing the verbal abuse she suffered at the hands of her ex husband, silently cheering her on as she tossed his stuff on the driveway, and realizing that she might be afraid of him not true,like embarrassed when she continually avoids connect with him as the years roll by But when the chance to adopt two children arrives, Suzanne tentatively reaches out to him and friendship rapidly blooms, and then blooms into mutual attraction.The only issues I really had were with how unrealistically easy the kids fell into living with Suzanne, with only one major incident with Sophia and small printing mistakes, such and Uncle being capitalized and aunt not being capitalized in the same sentence and throughout the book Nothing huge I still like the story It s sweet and not over the top Two regular people falling in love at faster than normal speeds I ll take it


  7. Clarabel Clarabel says:

    Pas assez moderne et franchement complaisant.L histoire raconte un parcours de femme qui reprend confiance en elle bafou e par un mari jaloux et violent dont elle a divorc et qui a besoin d offrir aux autres ce qui lui a fait d faut la chaleur d un foyer stable durant son enfance C est aussi l histoire d une famille d finir et d une nouvelle vie crire deux, trois, quatre C est simple, bourr de bons sentiments et d une grande sensibilit mais pour moi trop plan plan et Pas assez moderne et franchement complaisant.L histoire raconte un parcours de femme qui reprend confiance en elle bafou e par un mari jaloux et violent dont elle a divorc et qui a besoin d offrir aux autres ce qui lui a fait d faut la chaleur d un foyer stable durant son enfance C est aussi l histoire d une famille d finir et d une nouvelle vie crire deux, trois, quatre C est simple, bourr de bons sentiments et d une grande sensibilit mais pour moi trop plan plan et mi vre 2.5 stars


  8. Purple Iris Purple Iris says:

    The two kids are what saved this book Johnson usually does a much better job developing her characters and the romance This one was completely dry The adults both over 30 acted like they were in junior high It was pretty lame as far as romances go.


  9. Nororm Nororm says:

    c est mignon, l histoire d amour et l adoption des enfants prennent autant de place, ce qui est un plus.


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Kids by Christmas Adopting one child is challenge enough for a single woman like Suzanne Chauvin Now that she has the chance to adopt a brother and sister who shouldn t be separated, she has to keep her life as simple as possibleWhich means she doesn t have time for an added complication in the form of her neighbor Tom Stefanec Tom knows too much about Suzanne s pastand she knows nothing about his [EPUB] ✼ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) ✿ Ellen A. Easton – 9facts.co.uk she has to keep her life as simple as possibleWhich means she doesn t have time for an added complication in the form of her neighbor Tom Stefanec Tom knows too much about Suzanne s pastand she knows nothing about his

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  • Paperback
  • Kids by Christmas
  • Janice Kay Johnson
  • English
  • 12 October 2019
  • 0373713835

About the Author: Janice Kay Johnson

Janice Kay Johnson is the author of over a hundred books for children and adults Her first four published romance novels were coauthored with her mother, also a writer who has since published mysteries and children s books on her own These were sweet romance novels, the author hastens to add she isn t sure they d have felt comfortable coauthoring passionate love scenes Janice graduated from Whitman College with a B.A in history and then received a master s degree in library science from the University of Washington She was a branch librarian for a public library system until she began selling her own writing.She has written six novels for young adults and one picture book for the read aloud crowd Rosamund was the outgrowth of all those hours spent reading to her own daughters, and of her passion for growing old roses Twoof her favorite books were historical novels she wrote for Tor Forge The research was pure indulgence for someone who set out intending to be a historian Janice is divorced and has raised her two daughters in a small, rural town north of Seattle, Washington She s an active volunteer and board member for Purrfect Pals, a no kill cat shelter, and foster kittens often enliven a household that already includes a fewcats than she wants to admit to Janice loves writing books about both love and family about the way generations connect and the power our earliest experiences have on us throughout life Her Superromance novels are frequent finalists for Romance Writers of America RITA awards Along with her books for Harlequin, Janice has written the Cape Trouble series of romantic suspense novels, and is about to launch a new series, Desperation Creek, set in rural eastern Oregon.