His Small-Town Family

His Small Town Family Healing Their HeartsNicki Latimer never expected to be back in her tiny Mississippi hometown much less running a store with a baby on her hip But when her father falls ill Nicki will do anything to s

  • Title: His Small-Town Family
  • Author: Lorraine Beatty
  • ISBN: 9780373818037
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
  • Healing Their HeartsNicki Latimer never expected to be back in her tiny Mississippi hometown much less running a store with a baby on her hip But when her father falls ill, Nicki will do anything to save the family business even putting her dreams on hold And she s found just the person to help her Ethan Stone is strong and reliable, but also haunted by his past as aHealing Their HeartsNicki Latimer never expected to be back in her tiny Mississippi hometown much less running a store with a baby on her hip But when her father falls ill, Nicki will do anything to save the family business even putting her dreams on hold And she s found just the person to help her Ethan Stone is strong and reliable, but also haunted by his past as a war photographer He s convinced he could never be the man Nicki thinks he is But with Ethan by her side, Nicki s dreams of love and family are closer than she thinks.

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    1. His Small-Town Family is by Lorraine Beatty. It is a good book and does keep your attention. It is a Christian based book so there is no violence or sexual content or language problems. It is just a good wholesome book about changes in lives. Nicki Latimer has returned to her small home town in Mississippi. She never expected to return under the circumstances she did. She had left her abusive and controlling husband when he hit her one time. She left to protect herself and her unborn child. She [...]

    2. Home to DoverBook 4Don't worry if you haven't read the first three books in the series. The author concentrated on one family in those, but she turns to two new members of the town - there is hardly any mention of characters from the previous books. Ethan Stone has come to Dover to recover from the PTSD that stays with him. His job as a war photographer no longer appeals to him. Images of the last photo he took is etched in his head - probably forever. part of his quiet life is taking a simple j [...]

    3. I'm really enjoying the Harlequin Love Inspired series, and this one didn't disappoint. Nicki is back home to run the family office supply business while her father recuperates from a kidney transplant. She has a baby, a dead abusive husband, and a boatload of baggage. Ethan is trying to deal with his PTSD from being a war photographer and figure out how to rejoin life now that he no longer has a camera in front of him to provide distance.Both characters had identifiable issues and trouble deali [...]

    4. HIS SMALL-TOWN FAMILY-----------------------First, let me say that all books that I do not finish garner a one-star rating. I did not finish this book, so voilà.First, the positives -Fresh backstory for the main characters-The book starts well-The book has some good parts (at least until I stopped)Now, some of the reasons that I did not finish the book-Uneven writing. In places, the writing shows instead of tells, but more often than not, the writing tells instead of showing. -In the middle, I [...]

    5. It was a great story. I liked how the author portrayed Ethan's disability. Nicki Latimer is one strong faithed lady. I can relate to how she is with her mom. They have kind of a strained relationship but towards the end she starts to understand her mom more and more. I love how Lorraine Beatty made the relationship between Nicki and Ethan evolve. She even makes Ethan fall in love with Nicki's baby.

    6. My first experience with Lorraine Beatty's writing, this story was a beautifully crafted surprise, a wonderfully drawn-out mixture of sweet romance, strong and resonating spiritual messages, and delightful small-town charm

    7. "The realities of PTSD are well documented in Beatty’s characters. Nicki is a confident, independent character who is relatable in her struggle to prove her worth" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars).Miniseries: Home to Dover

    8. Awesome Book! Love her in-depth characters, their true to life feelings, reactions, challenges and the faith they accept & use to overcome their challenges!

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