Second Chance Dad

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Second Chance Dad

Second Chance Dad The minute she steps foot in his dark miserable house Sophie Alexander knows Josh McClaren is not her usual patient But the single mom and physical therapist is desperate to make a life for her and

  • Title: Second Chance Dad
  • Author: Roxanne Rustand
  • ISBN: 9780373876730
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • The minute she steps foot in his dark, miserable house, Sophie Alexander knows Josh McClaren is not her usual patient But the single mom and physical therapist is desperate to make a life for her and her young son And she s definitely no quitter It s obvious to Sophie that handsome, cantankerous Josh hides his pain behind a wall of grief Little by little, Sophie and heThe minute she steps foot in his dark, miserable house, Sophie Alexander knows Josh McClaren is not her usual patient But the single mom and physical therapist is desperate to make a life for her and her young son And she s definitely no quitter It s obvious to Sophie that handsome, cantankerous Josh hides his pain behind a wall of grief Little by little, Sophie and her son, Eli, do than help Josh find his faith again They make Josh wonder if there s a family in his future after all.

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    1. Tamera Westhoff on said:

      I got this today and enjoyed the story okay, but it was a lot like another book I read, but with a few changes. Which is a bummer! It was another book about the physical therapist who helps her grouchy client. I gave it three stars, because it was well-written, even if the basic plot has been done before and because her son has Aspergers. Mental illnesses interest me and anyone who tries to write about them is okay in my book! My son has Autism and is into animals, but she does a great job of te [...]

    2. Donna on said:

      This started out with a promising premise, but didn't really deliver. The backstory for both Josh and Sophie was frankly depressing and Sophie's father was horrible. The "inspirational" aspect was barely touched on and the "romance" was virtually nonexistent. The whole plot felt rushed and shallow as if it was edited to fit into a specific page count.

    3. Sarah Nessler on said:

      Even though a predictable read it was heart warming. Sometimes the best read to lift your spirits is very simple.

    4. Julia on said:

      This was an actually longer story than some of the other Love Inspired series or so it seemed to me, maybe since I had the Large Print version. Anyway I never had the chance to read the original Aspen Creek story but you truly don't need to to be able to get into Sophie's story as it doesn't bring that much of the past into the plot. The story makes for a fast read but not really an emotional one in my opinion. Although the cast is quite big and full of quite believable yet eccentric characters [...]

    5. Bethany on said:

      I enjoyed reading this book because the plot moved relatively fast (some books drag on and on, even with a good plot). The author is a favorite of mine, and all of her books that I've read have been good. The two main characters, Josh and Sophie, are likable and believable. The emotional struggles both characters work through ate very believable. The addition of Eli (and Gramps and Alberta, too) rounded out the cast of characters and added a lot to the story. This book had less discussion of Chr [...]

    6. Barbara on said:

      This is a sweet, easy to read Christian romance. The single mom in the story, Sophie, does an excellent job parenting her Asperger son, Eli, and dealing with other challenges in her life such as a critical father, a needy grandfather, and the fact that she doesn't know yet whether her physical therapy job will be temporary or become permanent. Inspiring patients to do their best to make progress isn't always easy. The plot deals with false guilt that can come after a tragedy and cause a person t [...]

    7. Highland-dreamer on said:

      This book really disappointed me. It seemed there were a lot of things that were left out, and I felt cheated. I didn't get how/why the characters were attracted to each other. And her family situation certainly needed some work, but the book just didn't go there. And then there was all the talk of putting her grandfather in an assisted living facility, so I was anticipating this big fight where she'd have to stand up to her dad, but it never happened.

    8. Jennifer Stark on said:

      It could of been a longer story. It was good but then suddenly he's in love with her, all his issues with the car accident and death of wife and unborn child dealt with? Moved too quickly from one aspect to the other, wasn't really a "middle". Still a good storyline.

    9. Kelli on said:

      Fast read, I read it in 2 hours. I sometimes like to read this type of book.

    10. Alyssa (The Shady Glade) on said:

      Not a bad book, just not my thing. Apparently it's the second in a series (Aspen Creek Crossroads) but I was fine even though I didn't read the first one. It was okay, but nothing special.

    11. Phyllis Swain on said:

      Single mom physical therapist Sophie Alexander has her hands full with Dr. Josh mclaren, who is recovering form a terrible car wreck that killed his pregnant wife.

    12. Carolyn Reardon on said:

      It was good. But I felt all the stuff with Beth at the end was distracting. Guess it is part of series though

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