Book Reviews of No Ordinary Child (Harlequin Superromance, No 1126)

No Ordinary Child (Harlequin Superromance, No 1126)
No Ordinary Child - Harlequin Superromance, No 1126
Author: Darlene Graham
ISBN-13: 9780373711260
ISBN-10: 0373711263
Publication Date: 4/1/2003
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed No Ordinary Child (Harlequin Superromance, No 1126) on + 90 more book reviews
This was a very good book, a little slow in places but an interesting story.
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Normally, architect Sam Solomon would be thrilled that his daughter, Meggie, is coming to live with him. But he's not happy with the circumstances -- his ex-wife has suddenly become ill and is unable to take care of their daughter. On top of that, Sam has just started a huge restoration job that promises to eat up all his time. And Meggie is a handful, requiring a lot more attention than an average ten-year-old because she's mentally handicapped.
Taking care of his daughter is a full-time job, so Sam hires a nanny, Christy Lane. Before he knows it, Christy has the unruly Meggie cleaning up her toys, eating her vegetables and playing sports. Christy is so different from any woman he's ever met -- it's as if she's from a whole other world. A world he never would've known if it wasn't for the child who brought them together...
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Great book,nice read. Story of a man raising his handicapped daughter
after his ex-wife becomes ill.After hiring a nanny they fall in love with a twist to everything he knows.;
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A great story of how a loving father meets a special needs child's needs and at the same time finds the love of his life.
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from the back cover: Architect Sam Solomon would ordinarily be thrilled that his daughter Meggie is coming to live with him- but he's not hapy with the circumstances-his ex-wife has suddenly become ill and is unable to take care of their daughter. On top of that, Sam has started a hugh restoration job that promises to eat up all of his time. And Meggie is a handful.

Taking care of his daughter is a full time job, so he hires a nanny, Christy Lane. Before he knows it, Chrisy has the unruly Meggie picking up her toys, eating her vegetables and playing sports. Christy is so different from other women he has met=it's as if she's from another world. A world he sould have never known if not for the child who brought them together.
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