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@Home for the Holidays

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  • ISBN-13: 9780373090846
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises Ltd
  • Publication date: 11/1/2006
  • Pages: 396
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.81 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2014

    By Miss Jansen of Karen Acres Elementary

    I haven't read this book yet but the free sample really drew me into getting the book. I am really looking forward to opening this book and seeing the words flowing across the page. I always look forward to looking at a book and thinking,'This author really knows what she is doing.' I love reading and I also love reading aloud to my class at my school. My mother used to read aloud to me as a child and as I think back to my childhood, I also remember my father and brother reading the sports section to me every morning during breakfast.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2012

    PLZ READ THIS

    Spell icup at the top off your lungs at a party

    You have boobs on your but

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2012

    Haha

    Love it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2012

    Funny

    Lol

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2007

    Very Funny

    Chick lit meets techo-savvy homemaker fun. This book is smart, funny and backs far away from cliches. A great read!

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    Fantastic fiction!

    This is my all-time favorite Christmas novel EVER. I usually think holiday stories are sappy and never watch them on television, let alone read them. I'm not sure why. I used to like The Grinch That Stole Christmas. Hmmm... Anyway, I'm thoroughly impressed with how Meredith has taken an e-mail loop and made the characters so vivid and real that I want to join the loop myself. Though the story ends with Christmas, it covers over half the year so you can read it at any time and still enjoy it. Honestly! I SO love the classic Christian snobbery exhibited by Rosalyn, the loop moderator and topic of the week coordinator. We all know someone like Ros, don't we? And the struggles with parenting and job-related issues were so realistic and well-portrayed that I was sucked right in. I've had many infertile friends and the pain is so real. These gals on the SAHM I Am loop are the real deal. Even their e-mail names made me snicker. That Veronica, she just tells it like it is. Sometimes we need that. And her metaphor about the cake...I almost wet my pants over that one. You have to read it to know what I mean! I just can't say enough about how hilarious, yet deeply spiritual this book was. Some of the scenes with the kiddos just made me want to cackle like a nut case. And how many of us take on so many projects and causes that we neglect our first love? Enough said. I think even my son would love this story. The lessons within its pages shoot straight to the heart. Fabulous book. Now go out and get one before they are all gone!

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    Meredith Efken has done it again!

    In @Home, the sequel to SAHM I AM, we again are meeting up with members of the SAHM (stay at home moms) email group. Rosalyn is now on better terms with her sister Veronica but the two are still at it with their sibling rivalry. They propose to hold a contest as to who can have more readership with their posts, while each facing their own personal situations. Dulice finds herself in the position as a working mom while her husband has become a SAHD. Zelia is in the process of adopting two children from Zimbabwe while Brenna is trying her luck with egg donation adoption. Then there's also Jocelyn who's slowly busying herself to death, Paige who has to take over for her pastor husband who's fallen ill, and Marianne, the newest member who finds herself with the baby blues and a very unruly 2 year old. The women still find time to get together and talk about everything through the email loop. I looooooooved this book. It's so addictive to read because there are no chapters to stop at. I found everyone's story funny, sad, touching, and very very real. The only thing I didn't like was the attitudes of some of the women when Dulcie was talking about her work experience. While it's understandable that things have changed with her life, it still wasn't fair for the group to gang up on her and accuse her for not being true to herself. I don't think it's right for people to tell others what to do simply because that is what work for their own selves. Dulcie enjoyed going to work, the other women should not have put guilt trips on her for doing so. There were some times I wanted to strangle Rosalyn with her snobbishness but at least this time we had Veronica there to tell her off about it. The sisters' relationship was very funny and realistic. I really enjoyed reading this book. It's such a fun and easy and enjoyable read and it helped to get me in the holiday spirit. (i also must confess that I never got the hang of the Christmas song game and only figured it out after I visited Meredith's website and saw the answer *sheepish look*.)

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