(READ) A Man Worth Loving Home in Emmetts Mill #6
Ompassion for Ian leads her to take the jobThis could have been a very heartwarming story of healing and new love but it never lives up to its promise For starters someone as lost as Sammy needed a strong heroine and Aubrey never fully projects that strength Despite keeping some secrets and having a rather convoluted backstory her character felt somewhat two dimensional throughout the book In addition most of her and Sammy s interactions revolve around child
Care And Their Relationship Felt and their relationship felt rather than romantic Sammy s pain at times feels achingly real but the shared chemistry
Just Never Kicked In never kicked in these two Given that Sammy lost his wife only months before and was locked in the midst of his grief for nearly the entire book the lack of chemistry is hardly surprising but also not terribly romantic This is a partial review You can find the complete text at All About Romance. Sammy however she starts to fall for him So how can she make him see that his child needs him And when he does will he still need her to. ,
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Attention To My First Reaction to my first reaction left this one on the shelfThe story set in the small California town of Emmett s Mill centers on the plight of widower Sammy Halvorsen and his infant son Ian Sammy s wife died in childbirth and he has understandably taken this very hard He reacts to his pain by drinking having one night stands and generally trying to avoid spending much time around his six month old son After several months of this behavior Sammy s mother finally intervenes and hires a woman from her uilting group to serve as Ian s nannyThe book starts off fairly strong with a priceless initial meeting between Aubrey Rose and the hungover Sammy Over the space of a few pages the author manages to show us Sammy in pain and at the end of his rope as well as Aubrey s instant fondness for Ian It s obvious that Aubrey finds herself resenting Sammy but her Nny to his infant son She gets that Sammy's in pain but he's so busy burying his sorrow he's forgotten to be a fatherAs she comes to know.
read A Man Worth Loving Home in Emmetts Mill #6.
Greiving widower with baby Could have had emotional depth to the story This was an adorable sweet read A oung widower Sammy Halvorsen still grieving his wifes death has detached from his infant son He engages a oung woman Aubrey Rose to become his sons nanny Aubrey Rose is estranged from her family and becomes very attached to the baby as time goes by This is also a family story with Sammy s family and Aubrey s family
A good uick read I really enjoyed this book it was nice and paced well there was no automatic rush neargood uick read I really enjoyed this book it was nice and paced well there was no automatic rush near end like I find in a lot of romance books the characters flowed really well within the story line C at AAR so 25 stars When I eyed the cover of A Man Worth Loving and saw what appeared to be a baby wearing a toupee I had to remind myself that I am not in the habit of judging a book by its cover If I was I d miss out on way too much of the romance genre Unfortuna. Aubrey Rose can't
stand Sammy Halvorsen when they first meet It's only because she's a sucker for a sweetSammy Halvorsen when they first meet It's only because she's a sucker for a sweet that she agrees to be a na.