Coming Home (Home Trilogy, #3)

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  • Title: Coming Home (Home Trilogy, #3)
  • Author: Jennie Hansen
  • ISBN: 9781577342885
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-08-15T00:08:52+00:00

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    1. Although this story was filled with typical elements of an LDS romance novel (preaching and lovey-dovey, feel-good moments) it had unique elements all of it's own. Dr. Susan MacKendrick is a 30something trauma surgeon who, after making some mistakes in her young life has thrown herself into her work; hoping to atone for her sins by saving the lives of others. Brady Williams is an OB/GYN who is a widower with 5 young daughters. Dr. Williams, and "Dr. Attitude" as she is often called behind her ba [...]

    2. (Genre:LDS fiction/romance) This was my valentine's day read and it was pretty good. The main characters are a widower doctor who is struggling to raise his 5 daughters and his interest in another doctor at the hospital. This doctor is struggling with a decision she made many years ago as a young woman. Evidently this is a 3rd book in a series, but it wasn't distracting (not having read the others) and the story and characters stood on their own.

    3. Brad is a widower doctor raising 5 young girls. He suddenly takes notice of the head trauma ER doctor and they form a friendship that later develops into more. Susan is dealing with a difficult upbringing and the consequence of a poor choice made way back then. Tender story about forgiving oneself and moving on. I especially loved Ashley, one of the daughters.

    4. I didn't realize that this was a continuation of previous books until I read it. Fortunately, I accidentally read them in order!I enjoy the characters. Brad is someone I liked in previous books, although I didn't feel that his character had a lot of depth in this one. The conflict was interesting and the book was an easy read.

    5. I listened to this book on tape, and didn't realize it was book three of a trilogy. It stood alone quite well, however, and I really enjoyed it. The characters were believable and the plot was compelling. A great read (or listen)!

    6. There are two doctors that work in the same hospital. The man loses his wife a few years back to an automobile accident. The woman gives up a child at birth when she was 16 years old. Through some experiences together they end up getting to know each other.

    7. It was really good. I was annoyed a few times by writing mistakes, including multiple times when Jennie Hansen had put Doug instead of Brad. While it is the third in a series, it is good as a stand-alone title. It had a good story about forgiveness and adoption. Would read again.

    8. This book comes after run away home. I enjoyed this one a lot. It has things about breast cancer in it also.

    9. I am almost finished with this book. Its been interesting. A lot about forgiveness and acceptance of one another. Jennie Hansen writes a good book.

    10. This was a good book it read it quickly too it kept my attention. Not too intense but it kept my attention. I would recommend it to someone for an easy read.

    11. It was like reading a Mormon Nicholas Sparks book. It was a good, happy read. I like her writing style. It flowed really well.

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