A Soldier's Return & The Daddy Makeover: A Soldier's Return\The Daddy Makeover

A Soldier's Return & The Daddy Makeover: A Soldier's Return\The Daddy Makeover

by RaeAnne Thayne

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ISBN-13: 9781488086052
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 01/22/2019
Series: The Women of Brambleberry House
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 916
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne finds inspiration in the beautiful northern Utah mountains where she lives with her family. Her books have won numerous honors, including six RITA Award nominations from Romance Writers of America and Career Achievement and Romance Pioneer awards from RT Book Reviews. She loves to hear from readers and can be reached through her website at www.raeannethayne.com.

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A Soldier's Return & The Daddy Makeover: An Anthology 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
gdsnv 8 days ago
It was fun to go back to visit Brambleberry House and to meet Melissa Fielding, her daughter, and the other two residents of BH. The first thing that struck me about the story was that Melissa was having what anyone of us could consider a ‘typical morning/day’ when you are faced with work, chores, frustrations with people around you…and good friends to help alleviate the overwhelming sense of responsibility that can overtake you during a day. She deals with stress by running and that’s where she ‘falls’ for Eli Sanderson, the son of her boss. I won’t retell the story however I will say that I enjoyed the sometimes rocky journey to an HEA for Eli and Melissa. It really was about how these two needed to (separately and together) deal with the hurts and frustrations in each of their pasts before they could move on, together, in a relationship. Eli’s backstory is touching and horrific in parts, and he is such a sensitive person that he needs to dig deep in order to move on and be happy. Melissa’s ‘work’ really is more of a dawning moment but still as enlightening as Eli’s. Ms. Thayne always puts much feeling, for lack of a better word, into her characters and these two are a shining example. I can’t wait to see if we’ll read more about the other tenants of Brambleberry House. And maybe we’ll even visit with Melissa and Elia. Or “smell” more roses… I’d like that.