In His Good Hands

In His Good Hands

by Joan Kilby
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In His Good Hands 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Nas-Dean More than 1 year ago
In His Good Hands (Harlequin Super Romance) IN HIS GOOD HANDS by author Joan Kilby is an entertaining read. Australian football pro player Brett O'Connor is retired and returns to his hometown Summerside, accompanied by his teenage daughter, Tegan with plans to open a gym there. He goes to the Community Bank for a loan. The bank's loans manager is someone he went to high school with, Renita Thatcher. She had a crush on him back then when she was his math tutor and to her chagrin still does. He is on the vrge of obtaining a divorce from gorgeous Amber. Renita's insecurities about her looks makes this second chance love story very fascinating. She doesn't believe Brett wants her above all other slim ladies around. Yet Brett is resolute. It is an unique and fascinating story.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Retired pro Australian football player Brett O'Connor returns to his hometown Summerside accompanied by his teenage daughter Tegan with plans to open a gym there. He goes to the Community Bank for a loan. The bank's loans manager is someone he went to high school with, Renita Thatcher. She had a crush on him back then when she was his math tutor and to her chagrin still does. He admits he is obtaining a divorce from gorgeous Amber. Renita approves part of what he asks for. Still he persuades the overweight bank officer to join his gym. She and her dad do. Renita quickly knows she always loved Brett and still does, but believes he can choose any woman he wants so why settle on a chub like her; yet he seems always be around her. Renita makes this Australian second chance at love work as her insecurities about her looks makes for a fascinating character study of a unique (that is for romance novels) protagonist. Brett remains as resolute as when he banged heads playing football. The support cast enhances a terrific tale as readers will know they are in good hands when Joan Kilby is the author. Harriet Klausner