Home for the Holidays
Joe Lawson has a thing for his new neighbor Hannah Napier. As a single dad, he shouldn't be thinking what he is about her. Still, that doesn't stop them from getting close. And the way she connects with his kids, it's as if they're a family.Turns out it's too good to be true. Seems Hannah has... show more
Joe Lawson has a thing for his new neighbor Hannah Napier. As a single dad, he shouldn't be thinking what he is about her. Still, that doesn't stop them from getting close. And the way she connects with his kids, it's as if they're a family.Turns out it's too good to be true. Seems Hannah has plans that don't include staying in Melbourne. Joe won't stand between her and her dreams, even though letting her go is nearly impossible. The holidays are looking grim, with him and his kids missing Hannah like crazy. But it is the season of surprises, and Hannah may have one for them!
Publish date: November 2009
Pages no: 245
Edition language: English
Series: Single Father (#27)
So generally I'm not much of a contemporary romance reader. I usually stick to historical romance, urban-fantasy, or paranormal romance, but the reviews were good and I decided to take a chance.I don't regret it.This was such a heartwarming and man if I didn't feel my throat clogging up a couple of ...
It was a beautiful story of moving ahead, of forgiveness, of fighting for what you love and a promising happy ending.
A strong and yes romantic story. A relationship that has its ups and downs and things coming out of left field (just like in real life). Hannah is one strong, capable woman. How can Joe not fall for her. Sarah Mayberry knows how to write strong characters and succeeds again in creating a life like f...
I really liked this story. It seemed so real life dealing with his kids, decision to follow your dream and the surprise near the end all encompassed in budding romance. By the end I was totally convinced theirs was a lasting relationship. Joe is attracted to his new neighbor Hannah despite their ...
I ended up loving this book. It was so well-written and the emotions and the characters were real life and genunine. I just adored Hannah. I loved how she was down-to-earth, a tomboy who was more into working on motorcycles than doing her nails, wearing dresses, and primping. She was tough and str...