Sep 202012
 

Hott Synopsis

To what lengths would a mother go for her only child?

Rush into a burning building? Without hesitation.
Dive into a pool of man-eating piranhas? Without question.
Call the child’s father who refused to acknowledge them when she was pregnant and desperate? Not without trepidation.

But even with questions, hesitation, and plenty of trepidation Josie contacts the man who has been ignoring them for more than ten years – he’s their last hope of finding a bone marrow match to cure Hannah’s leukemia.

Hott Review

What I liked: I simply loved the story. It was one of those that when you read it you have trouble remembering that it’s fiction. It’s definitely a Christian Fiction but it’s not trite. It’s definitely a message to those whose heart goes out to these situations.

What I didn’t like: I really didn’t like Nick very much. I loved Josie and Hannah but there was just something about Nick that made me want to smack him.

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Author: Lisa Jordan
Source: Harlequin via Netgalley
Grade: B+
Ages: 15+
Steam: YA

 

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  2 Responses to “Review: Lakeside Family”

  1. Awwww I read this! I liked it!

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