Book Reviews of A Child's Wish (Harlequin Superromance, No 1350)

A Child's Wish (Harlequin Superromance, No 1350)
A Child's Wish - Harlequin Superromance, No 1350
Author: Tara Taylor Quinn
ISBN-13: 9780373713509
ISBN-10: 0373713509
Publication Date: 6/13/2006
Pages: 304
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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9 year old Kelsey Shepherd has been raised by her dad, Mark, who's also the principal at her school. Kelsey loves her dad, and she missed her mom-but she's uncomfortable about the secret her mother wants her to keep. Meredith Foster, Kelsey's teacher from last year, seems to know there's something wrong. She seems to feel it. Meredith comes over to visit sometimes, and Kelsey likes that. Maybe Meredith and her dad could fall in love.
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I loved this book I cried w/ poor Kelsey when she had to make some very rough decisions for a 9 year old. It was one I couldn't put down.
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Meredith Foster has some psychic abilities especially where her students are concerned. She has strong feelings one of the boys in her class is begin abused emotionally by his father. When she informs his ex-wife and the father of her suspicions she is called once more to the principal office.
The father is a very powerful man who wants Meredith fired and has even gone to the press.
Mark Shepherd thinks Meredith is one of his best teachers except she can't seem to keep her nose out of other peoples business which come back to problems for him. She is loved by his daughter, Kelsey and the woman he is dating, Susan is her best friend. Why can't he seem to get her to stop inferring in other's lives?

Loved the psychic twist to the story. Mark has to learn to trust her gift or lose someone precious to him.
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very entertaing riviting book
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A very heart wrenching story with a twist!

A child needs a mom....Ever since her mother left them, nine-year-old Kelsey Shepherd has been raised by her dad, Mark, who's also the principal at her school. Kelsey loves her dad, and she misses her mom--but she's uncomfortable about the secret her mother wants her to keep.

Meredith Foster, Kelsey's teacher from last year, seems to know there's something wrong. She seems to feel it. Meredith comes over to visit sometimes, and Kelsey likes that.

Maybe Meredith and her dad could fall in love. THat would be good, even it principals and teachers aren't supposed to kiss...
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Ever since her mother left them nine year old Kelsey has been raised by her dad.She is uncomfortable about a secret her mom wants her to keep.. Her teacher from last year seems to know that somthing is wrong..

This book is dif than books i normally read. The main heroine is a mind reader and the main male character is practically engaged to her best friend...It also deals a little wiht drug addiction, It took a lil longer to read this book than usual because i did not want to miss anything...
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Couldn't seem to get into this one, but that doens't mean you won't like it. I just like my books a little more upbeat most of the time.

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A child needs a mom...

Ever since her mother left them, 9 year old Kelsey Shepherd has been raised by her dad, Mark, who's also the principal at her school. Kelsey loves her dad, and she misses her mom - but she's uncomfortable about the secret her mother wants her to keep.

Meredith Foster, Kelsey's teacher from last year, seems to know there's something wrong. She seems to feel it. Meredith comes over to visit sometimes, and Kelsey likes that.

Maybe Meredith and her dad could fall in love. That would be good, even if principals and teachers aren't supposed to kiss...