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A Family for Christmas

A Family for Christmas For years Lydia has dreamed of overseas mission work the way some women dream of getting married How ironic that she needs a husband to finally make it happen She s always been practical however ev

  • Title: A Family for Christmas
  • Author: NoelleAdams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For years, Lydia has dreamed of overseas mission work, the way some women dream of getting married How ironic that she needs a husband to finally make it happen She s always been practical, however even if it means a marriage of convenience so she can finally do the work she s called to do Gabe needs a wife at exactly the right time Plus, he s kind of hot.After a spectFor years, Lydia has dreamed of overseas mission work, the way some women dream of getting married How ironic that she needs a husband to finally make it happen She s always been practical, however even if it means a marriage of convenience so she can finally do the work she s called to do Gabe needs a wife at exactly the right time Plus, he s kind of hot.After a spectacularly failed marriage, Gabe isn t looking for a wife He and his nine year old daughter are doing just fine on their own But he s happy to negotiate a practical arrangement with Lydia in order to move into a new and rewarding job After all, a marriage like theirs won t end up changing his life very much.They both have their priorities, and marriage just isn t one of them But their carefully planned relationship doesn t exactly go as planned

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    1. Stephanie on said:

      A cute, quick read featuring a marriage of convenience. I read the first book in this series a while ago and liked it and have had this one on my e-reader for awhile and decided to give it a try. I didn't like it quite as much as I did the first one, but it was cute and I liked the relationship between Lydia and Gabe. What I really like about this series is that the characters are Christians, but it's not Christian Fiction. It has all the elements (including the love scenes) you would get in reg [...]

    2. paperysoul on said:

      4.5 stars - Adult Contemporary RomanceThe moment I started read this book, it hooked me until the end. The story was amazing! Besides, I'm sucker for marriage of convenience. Another thing that makes me happy is the author's note about the next upcoming book in the series to be expected out March 2015 and it's about Thomas and Abigail YAY. I just cannot wait!RD: Nov 16, 2014.

    3. PatriciaVentola on said:

      A sweet romance. I kind a like it. I could read almost in a couple of days. I couldnt put it down. Highly recomended if you are looking for something sweet.

    4. Mireille on said:

      Lately I've been feeling like I don't want to read books (how weird, I know - personal life has been very weird) - but that annoyed me a lot, so I decided to replace my broken ereader with a brand new one, and happily settled with this book. It's just so great that Noelle Adams exists and that I can always count on her to write my favorite tropes and in a very competent way. I don't care that after the fifth marriage of convenience story by the same author, it gets a little same-y - it's such a [...]

    5. Maree Repa on said:

      Finding The Right WayFive Winning StarsI was so thrilled to now enjoy the third amazing series, Willow Park. Written by the fantastic, wonderful author, Noelle Adams. Another most beautiful love story to thoroughly enjoy. I have so loved this entire series so much as well!!Lydia was furious now. She was now just upset. After all her huge dreams for her future. Now she felt it was wrecked and she had no future. They would accept herself because she was single. They expected her to have a husband [...]

    6. Jess on said:

      I really like this series a lot. I like how Noelle Adams is writing characters of faith without them being inspies, because I think that's a thing that a lot of contemporaries choose to ignore (which is especially weird in the small town ones, I'm just saying.) The prickly kid in this one was great (though I really thought we were going to get a surprise autism reveal at some point), and I liked the gradual bonding of couple and child as a family.

    7. Lara on said:

      Cute. I really liked the development of Gabe and Lydia's relationship. Also Ellie's part in it.

    8. Irisdiana on said:

      I loved this book!!! I have read the two previous in the series, this could be read as a standalone however, the other two are worth your time to read. There are characters that appear from the other two books if you want to know their stories. I think this is the best of the series farhopefully there will be more.I could relate to how Lydia thought she always knew what she wanted and would do whatever she had to get it. But, then realizes that sometimes everything that you wanted and was so imp [...]

    9. Helena Rizzuto on said:

      And Noelle does it again! I have to say this is likely my favorite of the series. Between the broody Gabe and his reticent daughter (who justly should be) and the vivacious and tenacious Lydia, I was deeply enthralled. This story just went straight to my heart. While it does follow the other books in the series, this book has a more intense storyline. I absolutely loved the pull of the "relationship" between Gabe and Lydia. Gabe doesn't want a wife but finds himself needing one. Lydia doesn't do [...]

    10. Vicki on said:

      I was given this ARC in exchange for a honest review. This is the third book in the Willow Park series but can be read as a standalone. I have enjoyed all three books. I absolutely loved this book and I really enjoy this author. Lydia and Gabe both need to be married for different reasons so they get a marriage of convenience which turns into something more. I liked the way that Gabe's daughter, Ellie, was portrayed. She was a normal kid who had normal issues. Also it took time for the character [...]

    11. April on said:

      I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.This was a 3.5 star read to me. It is a marriage of convenience story where both the main characters, Lydia and Gabe, will both benefit from marrying each other. Lydia needs a husband to help raise money from different churches so she can go to India and do some mission work. Gabe needs a wife and a mother for his daughter so he too can go to India and work. What starts out as a fake marriage slowly turns into a real one, with problems and awkwa [...]

    12. Anais Torres on said:

      This is the third book of the Willow Park series, all of which I think are amazing. Noelle Adams has certainly become one of my favorites. The main story is similar to Daniel’s and Jessica’s story from the first book, because the couple want to get married for practical reasons. This could be read as a standalone however, the other two are worth your time to read. It is a marriage of convenience story where both the main characters, Lydia and Gabe, will both benefit from marrying each other. [...]

    13. Jennifer on said:

      Mixed FeelingsI am struggling long to write here.If it was supposed to be a Christian book, it didn't quite hit the mark. Two the language and content was not a typical Christian read. So maybe it wasn't that type of read. The story was not bad. It was about two people wanting to serve in India that marry for convenience and fall in love.

    14. Judi Easley on said:

      Willow Park, #3Noelle AdamsSelf-Pub, Date Nov 2014Kindle, 209 PagesAlso available in paperback, audiobookGenre(s) Christmas Romance, Christian Romance, Family StorySource Purchased at current priceOther books in this seriesMarried for Christmas #1, A Baby for Easter #2, Reconciled for Easter #4, Home for Christmas #5My Disclaimer:I purchased a copy of this book at the current price. I am voluntarily providing an honest review in which all opinions are fully my own. I am not being compensated in [...]

    15. Rachel Smart on said:

      Good book!This is a cute story about a marriage of convenience. It was fun to read. Lydia wants to go soon a mission for India but no one will support her because she isn't married. Gave wants to help with a mission in India and has the money but the ministry doesn't want a single dad. When they meet they realize that by getting married they can solve each other's problems. However they didn't realize that living together and getting to know each other would develop into more. However the story [...]

    16. Terri Oconnell on said:

      A quick marriage but will it last?When two people agree to a marriage so each can get to get their perfect job. One brings a child with him. Can this new family get into together for the perfect Christmas holiday. I loved this perfect love story. It had laughter and some tears and some great sex scenes. This was the first book from this author for me and her writing makes the characters come to life. I can’t wait to read another book.

    17. Andrea on said:

      A Good Quick ReadI have not read a book by Ms Adams that I've not loved and this one was no different. Her couples are so real, it's almost like you can interact with them. I really liked how well mannered Ellie was and it's easy to understand her reticence. Lydia is a great girl and quite frank in her opinions until she falls in love with Gabed his little girl. I really enjoyed this book.

    18. Anne on said:

      Easy read. Written quite nicely. Main characters seemed human. But the ending leaves us in the dark about the "what's next?", as the ending was a bit of a fast wrap-up with a glittery bow, but not much depth.Both characters also seem to fly off the handle easily, despite one of them being meticulously described as being calm and broody and silent. Daughter is described as a normal child would react until the ending. Has some religious references but not annoyingly dominant; contains some mild s [...]

    19. carol ann miller on said:

      GreatI hope you do not miss reading this book. It is a wonderful love story that includes family and faith.

    20. Cheri Lajaunie on said:

      TouchingTouching book! Loved hearing this story. Glad to also hear more about the other characters from the other books too.

    21. María Ramirez on said:

      I didn't have the chance to include it in here while I was reading it but here it is. I think I've become obsessed with Noelle Adams Willow Park series. These books are beautiful.I enjoyed each one of them tremendously.

    22. Kerry on said:

      I'm fairly picky about marriage of convenience stories, but this one totally won me over. I really liked the progression of Lydia and Gabe's relationship. I also enjoyed Ellie--it was a different dynamic, and I liked seeing her relationship with Lydia grow just as much as the romance. It seems like Thomas's story will be next, and I can't wait!

    23. Pam on said:

      A Family for Christmas is book three of the Willow Park series by Noelle Adams. It is a romance that deals with wanting to become a missionary and having to overcome the bumps which are in the way. It also deals with having a step-mother. Lydia Morgan who has a law degree, is trying to raise money to help her get to India. She wants to go over and help young girls who have ended up in a brothel to find a life outside and get away from the brothel. She wants to help the lawyers there since her la [...]

    24. Diganth Aswath on said:

      Another good Noelle Adams romance/drama genre book. I loved reading this book though after reading the first 2 Willow Park series had an idea of the book would end. Nevertheless, I wasn't disappointed.

    25. Kinga on said:

      This is the third book of the Willow Park series, and the main story is similar to Daniel’s and Jessica’s story from the first book, because our heroes want to get married for practical reasons. Lydia had never dreamed of than other women to get married and have children. The main purpose of her life to carry out mission works in India. The fate is ironic because for this work she needs a husband. When Lydia tells her problem to Daniel who is the local pastor, Daniel directs her to Gabe, as [...]

    26. Teresa W on said:

      The book "A Family for Christmas" is about a young woman named Lydia. Lydia is very involved in her church and wants to do missionary work and help the people in India who are in need. Since Lydia is involved in her church a lot, she talks to her Pasteur named Daniel a lot. Daniel is a very good friend of hers and knows her pretty well. One time when they were talking about the people in the perish Daniel brought up a man named Gabe who was moving back in town because his wife divorced him. He s [...]

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