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A Very Special Delivery (Tiny Blessings #8)

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It was the surprise of a lifetime for recluse Molly McCreight when single dad Ethan Hunter entrusted her with his infant daughter while he delivered medicine to an elderly man during an ice storm. Past experience had taught Molly how fragile life could be, but she was touched by this stranger's faith in her abilities. Once the storm had passed,
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Published April 1st 2013 by Love Inspired (first published May 1st 2006)
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This is book #6 of the 16 free eHarlequins I downloaded recently. This one is from the Love Inspired imprint (translation: Christian romance).

God plays a really big part in this book; He gets mentioned at least once a page, either directly or indirectly. As someone who doesn't spend a lot of time thinking about (in any serious way) or talking to God (with or without a capital letter), this made me a little uncomfortable and alloyed my pleasure in the actual human characters and their story more
Deborah Obida
I really love this book, the book is a fast read. The story is about a single father who got was on his way to deliver drugs for someone and was caught in a snowstorm, he saw a house and decided to drop the daughter with a woman who has fear of babies because her niece died in her care a while back, she refused at first but he pleaded that what he wants to deliver is an emergency drug, if he doesn't deliver it the person will die and he cannot go with the daughter.

He delivered the drugs and cam
Sep 10, 2009 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2009
I just absolutely loved this story. From start to finish, with many a heartfelt moment, I truly did not set the story aside. I'm often skeptical about reading books with a religious tone to them, often feeling that things are just stuck in there rather than blending it in naturally. I don't doubt that I'm a hard critic/difficult to please on that end of things but that doesn't change how I feel when reading. Not once while reading this story did I feel like skimming or shaking my head with a sig ...more
Paige Prince
Jan 12, 2010 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I tried to finish this book, but I just couldn't. I got about halfway through before I put it down and I don't think I'll be picking it back up.

It started out cheesy and only got worse. I'm all for Christian romance books, I actually have several and I love reading them, but even die hard Christians don't think the way the characters do. It felt more like the author was using their newfound Christianity as a plot device, rather than a background aspect.

She drew out the heroine's Big Dark Secre
Feb 05, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kindle
I got this book as a freebie on Kindle, and had no idea before I started reading that it was an "inspirational Christian romance." Being the first book I've ever read in that genre, I didn't have much to compare it to, but in general I wasn't a huge fan. I did read the book in one sitting - which says something - but I also skimmed a good part of it and had to check my skepticism at the door.

The writing just seemed elementary in comparison to the books I normally read. An over-use of first name
Rachel Brand
I actually adored this book. It had two of my favourite plot contrivances - snowbound and single fathers! I really like the idea of two people thrown together under unusual circumstances building a relationship out of being in such close contact with each other. It's idealistic, and I've no idea if it really does work out so wonderfully for people in real life, but it's definitely been the basis of some of my favourite romance novels, including Montana Man by Barbara Delinsky. Linda Goodnight's ...more
Jan 29, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was a very sweet book. I need some light romantic reading on occasion and this totally fit the bill. Molly McCreight is living in her quiet sad life on her farm without her family after a tragic accident claims the life of her nephew and she feels responsible for his death. She is preparing for a huge snow storm when she hears a car coming up here drive. The horrible storm lands Ethan Hunter and his infant daughter, Laney. Molly is terrified when Ethan explains that he needs to leave Laney ...more
Feb 20, 2009 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: free-ebook
This was a sweet book that read like it was written by a middle aged Sunday school teacher. NOT that there is anything wrong with that at all, it's just not my style. But, since it was free I can't really complain.
Jess the Romanceaholic
A very sweet book. A free book on my Kindle, I didn't realize it was a "Christian" book until I was already snagged on the premise.. Because of that, it seemed a bit preachy to me at times. In reality though, I think had I known ahead of time that it would involve a heavy emphasis on religion, it wouldn't have been a big deal.

It was a very sweet, romantic story, even though there was no physical romance outside of a few chaste kisses. Shockingly enough, despite my addiction to smutty novels, th
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NY Times and USA Bestseller, Linda Goodnight writes novels to touch the heart as well as to entertain. Her emotional stories of hope have won the RITA , the Carol, the Reviewer’s Choice, and numerous other industry awards. A small town girl, Linda remains close to her roots, making her home in rural Oklahoma. She and husband have a blended family of eight, including two teenagers recently adopted ...more
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