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All in the Family
     

All in the Family

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by Q. Kelly
 

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Allison Albrecht and Samantha Cannizarro are thrown together when their parents become engaged. Sam is deaf, so Allison begins to learn sign language. Allison is eager to please Sam and to make a good impression on her. Sam does not care about good impressions. She is a loner, always has been. She resents her new instant family, especially her stepmother-to-be. Sam is

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Allison Albrecht and Samantha Cannizarro are thrown together when their parents become engaged. Sam is deaf, so Allison begins to learn sign language. Allison is eager to please Sam and to make a good impression on her. Sam does not care about good impressions. She is a loner, always has been. She resents her new instant family, especially her stepmother-to-be. Sam is also reluctant to bond with three-year-old Allen. However, Allison and Allen gradually crack Sam's facade, and the two girls fall in love.

But life in a stepfamily is rarely easy. Throw in romance between two stepsiblings, and the ride is going to be bumpy.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013811072
Publisher:
Ride the Rainbow Books
Publication date:
01/01/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
198
Sales rank:
1,174,047
File size:
823 KB

Meet the Author

Q. Kelly lives in Virginia, where she is a writer and an editor. She also has a master's degree in deaf education. In her free time, she hikes and savors frappuccinos.

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All in the Family 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was awful. What more can I say? Predictable, annoying characters, and just a horrible plot.
Scoobyfan More than 1 year ago
I'm never disappointed by this author! All in the Family takes a unique spin on a blended family and throws romance in to make it even more complicated. This author loves complicated relationships and that is true to life. Life is never all dandy and roses. There's always complications. I love how Q Kelly lets real emotions through, even though most of us hide our emotions and true feelings. Getting into the heads of these characters shows real thoughts, real emotions, real love. I was rooting for the protagonists the whole time, no matter what happened or how many years went by. Thanks, Q, for another great story. When's the next one coming??????