His professional football career was shot after an injury that had had bigger repercussions than he could have ever have guessed.
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He needed quiet after that. He needed time and space to process. Here in Marietta.
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The place he now thought of as home. He could almost see the dark clouds cross her vision. Her water-filled eyes blinked back tears and he cringed. The last thing he wanted to do was make her cry. He lowered his head a little closer to hers, letting her gentle, floral scent wind its way around him. Home is your choice. She gave him a grateful smile. She blew a piece of hair out of face.
Any recommendations? He nodded. He folded his arms across his chest and met her warm look. This was much better. Something flickered across her face and she reached into her trunk and pulled out her purse. Darn it. Five minutes ago, Emma had told him she needed a job. It would eat into any savings that she had. He waved his hand the other way.
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She opened her wallet and pulled out a credit card, passing it from hand to hand. For a few seconds, she looked deep in thought. The sun was setting, darkening the sky around them and the street lights flickered on. Glints of orange and gold reflected off her cream dress, lighting her up like a dazzling star, topped off by the gleaming auburn hair. She waved the credit card. But for tonight I think I deserve a fancy-schmancy hotel. She gave a little shake of head.
That little glint in her eye. On a normal day, Emma McGregor looked like she could be fun.
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Look around. No one is chasing me, pal.
He liked it. A bit of Scottish sassiness. And it suited her.
God Jul – A Swedish Christmas
All my relatives are in Scotland. On the way back Pegi starts acting The first time being a single mom you make the decision to let your only son stay with a friend over the holidays, cause it would be so cool to be in Hawaii. On the way back Pegi starts acting funny like something is wrong, you step on the brakes too hard and end up in the ditch.
Oh boy, what else can go wrong. Letting Pegi out he takes off, you try to catch but going is slow in your nice high heeled boots. Pegi leads you to a young girl in the snow with a hurt ankle. Well things go down hill from here but luckily your not far from home. This is a very well written book about the single parenting and the only child for both. Sara and Jack have a whole house full of issues that they have to work out.
Any and Kai the kid's have some too work out. Strong cast, with lots of humor, apprehension, fear plus the beginnings of love and friendship. The cast have a lot to go through but the are strong and up for the task. Leading you right into an excellent read. Nov 10, Rachel rated it really liked it Shelves: chick-lit , civil-war , fiction , first-reads , holiday , on-kindle-paperwhite. A cute, short story. The characters were done quite well, especially for such a short time to "show" them.
Amy, the young girl acted as a lot of young girls might - at least they might want to - when adjusting to a new location, school, etc which is hard to do and would be extremely rough on a 13 year old girl. I like Jack, although there wasn't much time devoted to him. I loved that Mimi included the missing son who'd gone to Hawaii with a friend by having him "call" his Mom on the computer.
Would love to know what the future holds for these four people and the dog very informative to address the issue of chocolate being extremely bad for dogs. Recommend for anyone wanting a short, sweet holiday read.
Jan 02, Kylie Stoneburner rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Very short story. The characters are not that believable. Sara is too naive and is hard to picture as a mother. Both of the teenagers are supposedly brats, but they are overly apologetic for their behavior when no teenager admits to their faults.
The vocabulary is over the top during some of the conversations when people don't really use most of those words in everyday conversation. Jack and Sara "fall in love" in a matter of hours and plan on spending forever together when they had barely just Very short story. Jack and Sara "fall in love" in a matter of hours and plan on spending forever together when they had barely just finished their first meal together. Pegi the dog was my favorite character of the whole story because she was the only one who seemed to have believable behavior. Dec 28, Deb Diem rated it liked it.
Christmas Runaway by Mimi Barbour is a very short read, perfect for those with limited time for reading or a lunch break read. Ms Barbour has delivered a clean, sweet holiday read. This story is appropriate for any age.itlauto.com/wp-includes/calls/150-logiciel-espion-samsung.php
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The characters are lovable and make this an enjoyable short story. I enjoyed Christmas Runaway and look forward to reading more from Ms Barbour in the future. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. May 23, Patti Trantham rated it really liked it. I liked it and felt many of the reviews harsh. Totally plausible plot for a 'happily-ever-after' short story. The abrupt ending could be improved by an epilogue -- Kai assists Amy's social entry at school and on the soccer field, Pegi gets a canine pal, and Jack and Sara tie the matrimonial knot.
Overall, a nice way to spend an hour with coffee and biscotti. Dec 07, Merissa Archaeolibrarian rated it it was ok. I didn't realise it when I started reading it although it quickly became apparent as there are similarities to both stories. If you like this book then you will like that one, and vice versa. For me, they are both a bit too mediocre. Pleasant enough but nothing to grab and keep hold of my attention.
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