Book Reviews of Father to Be

Father to Be
Father to Be
Author: Marilyn Pappano
ISBN-13: 9780553579857
ISBN-10: 0553579851
Publication Date: 10/1/1999
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Number three in the Bethlehem series.Dr. J.D. Grayson's story.
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This sounds like a book about a man whose wife's about to have a baby. Nope! It's totally different.....and a good read.
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I just loved this series set in a magical place called Bethlehem.
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#3 in Bethlehem. Great series and a wonderful book about an unlikely foster parent.
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J.D. Graysoon agrees that the Brown kids, abandoned by their parents, deserve a loving home. He's just not sure that one man is parent enough for four young children - not if he is that one man. But a persuasive - and mysterious - young woman insists he's exactly what the children need. Now he has to convince tweleve-year-old Caleb, fierce guardian of his younger brothers and sister - and then pass muster with Kelsey Malone, Bethlehem's newly arrived social worker.

With one good deed, J.D. finds his life turned upside down. The kids barely talk to him and they won't eat his home-cooked meals. Then he finds himself looking forward to Kelsey's home visits too much. Her buttoned-down suit and tough-as-nail professionalism can't hide the vulnerable woman inside. But haunted by the shattered life he left behind, J.D. doesn't want to risk loving again. It'll take a miracle to make a family of them all . . . but as one enigmatic young woman knows, Bethlehem has no small supply of miracles
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Very cute, modern romance novel. Romance plays a backseat to the plot line which is nice. A good read - hard to put down!