28 November 2011

Book Review Building a Family by Lyn Cote

Product Description:
Lawyer Eleanor Washburn defends wayward teenagers and supervises volunteers for Habitat for Humanity without missing a beat. But she is unnerved by fascinating single dad Pete Beck-especially since his chaotic life includes a little girl wishing for a mother. Sweet Cassie has Eleanor yearning for what's been missing from her lonely existence. Soon, both dad and daughter are chipping away at Eleanor's defenses. Can she find the courage to risk losing her heart to this ready-made family?


Book Review:
Thanks to Lyn for my copy of this book. This is the final of the New Friends Street series which has three habitat for humanity house being built for three deserving families. In this book we see Eleanor who is the co-ordinator of the project and Single dad Pete. Pete has two children with one being the sweet Cassie who has taken a huge shine to Eleanor. She stirs up the yearning Eleanor has to be a mother. Eleanor has some issues due to her mother which we see play out in this book and also Pete has issues with Lawyers. The way Cassie worms her way into a persons heart is so cute. This is a good book and at the same time highlights the good Habitat for Humanity does for people who need house. A good read that I didn't want to put down and I would love to see more in this series. 

1 comment:

Lyn Cote said...

Thanks for the kind words, Jenny!

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