Small-Town Dad | Jean C. Gordon Marathon

 


Today I am reviewing Small-Town Dad… the 2nd Love Inspired Small-Town romance by Jean C. Gordon.

Here is a brief synopsis:

Small-town electrician Neal Hazard gave up his dreams years ago to raise his daughter.

Now it’s his turn to make those dreams a reality.

But when his community college advisor turns out to be his high school prom date, he can’t believe his eyes.

Widowed Anne is more beautiful than he remembers, and completely wrapped up in her career.

But when she suddenly becomes guardian to an orphaned toddler, it’s Neal’s turn to teach Anne a few things.

Maybe together, they’ll learn how priorities, parenthood and love truly fit together to create a family.

 

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MY THOUGHTS:

In the first book, Neal Hazard left for a tour in Afghanistan. Now he’s back — and his daughter has talked him into going back to school (well, actually for the first time, since his college plans were curtailed after high school).

And when Anne Howard, his college advisor turns out to be his high school prom date . . . well, it’s a little awkward — for both of them. And it only gets worse, instead of better.

And that’s all I’m sayin’ — so you need to read it for yourself.

Jean takes her readers on a bumpy ride at times, with more than a few surprises. But it’s definitely worth the trip. I had a great time getting to know Anne, plus Neal and his family.

Don’t miss this exciting sequel to Small-Town Sweethearts!

Happy Reading!

 

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God bless you!

Review © 2016 DJ Mynatt


 

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3 thoughts on “Small-Town Dad | Jean C. Gordon Marathon

  1. Mari July 5, 2016 at 9:38 am

    Small Town Dad sounds like a book that readers will not want to put down till finished. Thanks Donna for sharing your thoughts. God bless.

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  2. Shirley Blanchard July 6, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    i have read some of the books Jean Gordon has written, and i loved them this one sounds like a good one too, i would love to win it

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  3. Trixi July 7, 2016 at 10:05 pm

    I love old lovers re-united for a (finally) happily-ever-after story! 🙂

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