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A Dad for Her Twins (The State of Parenthood #4)

3.23 of 5 stars 3.23  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  6 reviews
When Kenzie Green relocates to Atlanta, she isn't looking for a man to complete her family. Then she meets her enigmatic new neighbor across the hall. Jonathan Trelauney seems to know just how to handle Kenzie's domestic handful. And her kids are already falling in love with the widowed artist.Kenzie's twin son and daughter are shattering his peace...and JT loves every min ...more
Paperback, 219 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Harlequin Books (first published 2008)
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Fantastic book. Nash had come to town to meet some half brothers he hadn't known he had. When he finally met them, as a group they were overwhelming with all the spouse and kids. While staying at Stephanie's B&B, he began to experience feelings he didn't know he could have. He had always been one to keep a lid on his emotions. Stephanie was an open, fun loving single mom who was very independent. She'd had a bad marriage with a man who was irresponsible and wasn't interested in any more rela ...more
Ashley F
** spoiler alert ** While reading this one I found I preferred the second story but both stories sort of dragged for me. While I loved the general premise of both I wished different aspects had been explored longer than the ones that were.

I've been running into this problem with some romance novels, especially the Harlequin lines. Most of the books are either long (in excess) but never broach the topics I find interesting (more on this later) or they are short (too short) and never delve into a
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Sophia Musgrave
Ok easy read. Good story line but it left me thinking, "OK, way too happy of an ending and it just seemed to be too falling in love is wonderful and great" A bit mushy for my taste.
Two-haiku review:

She moves with two kids
Artist across hall lost wife
Both resist romance

Depressing to me
Well written but just too sad
In spite of ending
Beth Owens
I liked it, it was a cute story with a happy ending.
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Tanya Michaels is an award-winning author of more than thirty romance and women's fiction novels, as well as numerous short stories and nonfiction essays. She is a four-time finalist for the prestigious RITA, awarded annually by Romance Writers of America, and was nominated for RT Book Review’s Career Achievement in Category Romance. When she's not speaking at reader events and writer conferences, ...more
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