His Mistletoe Family MOBI ô His Mistletoe MOBI

His Mistletoe Family MOBI ô His Mistletoe  MOBI Haley Jennings, 28, is heading home with her two nephews ages 3 and 5 Her half brother had named her as guardian in his Will, so after their mother died, the boys went to live with Haley She had a broken children with a deadbeat father and mother only concerned about money She hope to give the boys a loving, Christ driven home Haley had picked them up on Thanksgiving day, so she is looking for a restaurant serving dinner in town, when she sees a free Thanksgiving Dinner sign at a church She Haley Jennings, 28, is heading home with her two nephews ages 3 and 5 Her half brother had named her as guardian in his Will, so after their mother died, the boys went to live with Haley She had a broken children with a deadbeat father and mother only concerned about money She hope to give the boys a loving, Christ driven home Haley had picked them up on Thanksgiving day, so she is looking for a restaurant serving dinner in town, when she sees a free Thanksgiving Dinner sign at a church She pulls in, and Brett Stanton greets them at the door As a retired Army colonel, Brett recognizes that the toddlers in camo jackets come from a military family Their father died in Afghanstan He charms the boys and catches the eye of Haley Even though Brett and Haley live across the street from each other, they haven t run into each other Brett has been a homebody grieving the deaths of his son and his brother in service He lives behind his business the Crossroads convenience store Haley inherited her grandfather s factory and has turned it into a mini mall with shops by local crafters and vendors She lives in an apartment behind the factory Brett takes upon himself to get involved in their life He cares for the boys when Haley needs to be at work, and he helps her do the paperwork to get Tyler into school He is working his way into Haley s heart A wonderful story of the season, where wounded souls discover family, faith, and love I loved this whole story Took me less than a day to read the whole story The characters are so real that you feel you know them. Sweet story of findings a familyGrief, guilt, and loss can often keep us from helping other and refusing help when we need it Join Brett as he struggled with the loss of his brother and son as he opens his life up to help Haley as she struggle with her young nephews who have lost their parent I laughed, cried, and cheered as they learn to love, live, forgive and heal each other and friends and family around them The turned to the Lord for His guidance for themselves and then for each other A Sweet story of findings a familyGrief, guilt, and loss can often keep us from helping other and refusing help when we need it Join Brett as he struggled with the loss of his brother and son as he opens his life up to help Haley as she struggle with her young nephews who have lost their parent I laughed, cried, and cheered as they learn to love, live, forgive and heal each other and friends and family around them The turned to the Lord for His guidance for themselves and then for each other A wonderful reminder to trust in the Lord and be willing to risk a lot in order to experience love and family Christmas 2018 is upon us and this story was written a little while ago and is in ebook Lovely story of instant parenting where at times you want to throw in the towel and return them The male character has an interesting background and he steps out and takes a risk. This book provided good escape and a good story. Haley reminds me a lot of myself in the way of not letting other people step in to help but when she does it sparks a new revelation that it is ok to ask for help Slow to start, but after the second chapter the characters developed and made this Christmas story sweet. When two orphaned boys and their aunt arrive for Thanksgiving supper at church, retired army colonel Brett Stanton feels his heart tugged Despite having her hands full, young businesswoman Haley Jennings handles her nephews with a smile Still, Brett can t get too close to the needy trio He lost his son and brother to the uniform, and isn t about to set himself up for loss again Soon sweet Haley and the boys remind him of old dreams and teach him that new dreams provide the greatest hope for a perfect family Christmas I had a couple of late nights reading this book but so worth it Can t wait to read the first book in this series. His Mistletoe Family talks of lost, and opens one s eyes to the lost of a soldier, at least in the eyes of their family Reading this novel pulls all the emotional strings I have during times of family gatherings , you know, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year s, Easteretc Every day should be time together and have a family meal I still remember growing up to dinner at 6 30 PM, all around the dinner table, eating family style Now, it s hard to gather the troops This is a simple and sweet His Mistletoe Family talks of lost, and opens one s eyes to the lost of a soldier, at least in the eyes of their family Reading this novel pulls all the emotional strings I have during times of family gatherings , you know, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year s, Easteretc Every day should be time together and have a family meal I still remember growing up to dinner at 6 30 PM, all around the dinner table, eating family style Now, it s hard to gather the troops This is a simple and sweet story about lost, but also about family, which doesn t necessarily mean the blood related type, and what it means to gain in spite of the lost Ruthy shared with us why she wrote this book, and after reading it, it gives me a new sense of appreciation for His Mistletoe Family Dear Reader On Memorial Day in 2010 I stood alongside a tall, strong forty something soldier I didn t know him He didn t know me He watched that small home town parade with grave intent On the back side of his military cap were tiny yellow ribbons, marking two memories in a quiet, private way.I knew I had to write a story about him Whoever he was That stoic soldier became the basis for Colonel Brett Stanton, retired, U.S Army And those two ribbons became symbols for Ben and Josiah Most of us are honored when others emulate us, but when that example leads loved ones to an early grave, the resulting guilt weighs heavy, especially at holiday time 218 I want to end with a quote in the story that is very relevant to all of us any time of the year We live such fast paced lives today that we forget to sit back Be still Breath Let things unfold.that s why the Psalms talk so much about patience To wait on the Lord To stand strong and steadfast But no one said it would be easy 31 Merry Christmas every day NOTE I received this book through a giveaway and a review was NOT required.http justcommonly.blogspot.com 2016

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