A Family After All

A Family After All He wants forever She wants right now Ivy Millbrook isn t interested in happily ever after The only thing she wants from Seth Walker is no strings attached fun Too bad Seth is holding out for the white

  • Title: A Family After All
  • Author: Kathy Altman
  • ISBN: 9780373609345
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • He wants forever She wants right now Ivy Millbrook isn t interested in happily ever after The only thing she wants from Seth Walker is no strings attached fun Too bad Seth is holding out for the white picket fence As a single father of two, he is the epitome of commitment and the complete opposite of Ivy They re at a standstill The situation intensifies when Seth inHe wants forever She wants right now Ivy Millbrook isn t interested in happily ever after The only thing she wants from Seth Walker is no strings attached fun Too bad Seth is holding out for the white picket fence As a single father of two, he is the epitome of commitment and the complete opposite of Ivy They re at a standstill The situation intensifies when Seth insists on helping Ivy save her dairy farm With the kids in tow, working together isn t easy But is the prospect of losing each other forever enough to push them toward a compromise

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    1. win. Will read and review once received.This is my first book that I have read by this author and I will admit i was impressed. This story hooked me from the first chapter to the very end. It even left me wanting more. It was a decent length book that I could not put down. I really liked Seth and Ivy. They are great characters. A good read.

    2. Wow, what an oddball community of people Ivy is part of. Kind hearted but people who definitely march to their own drummer. Of course Seth is part of that same community but Ivy seems to have the funniest people around her. I liked each one of them, especially the older women in the group who didn't slow down with age. Scratch that, I LOVED those women! They added so much to the story, they danced around like they were still young'uns. . Seth's friends were unique as well and this story isn't ju [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this book! The writing style is rich and filled with many emotions to take you along on the journey of each character you meet. I felt sad when reading about the past, I felt hopeful for the future, I grinned and chuckled at their witty dialogue with each other. It was nice to see a few familiar faces from previous Castle Creek adventures.Ivy Millbrook runs a dairy farm in Castle Creek, PA. She's spent the past year flirting with the owner of Tweedy's Feed & Seed, trying to [...]

    4. First of all, I cut my romance book reading on Harlequin books back in high school a number of years ago, and have been hooked ever since. I just want to say Harlequin has kept up its record of picking absolute winners! I loved this book! I absolutely love emotional roller coast books, and this one certainly fits that bill. There is a somewhat darker issue in this book, but it handled spectacularly. I could not put this book down; it is so capturing. I love the way that Seth makes Ivy make the c [...]

    5. One of the Castle Creek titles, Ivy Millbrook has plenty of reasons, one in particular, for avoiding any kind of commitment with a man, especially one with children. She would prefer a no-strings relationship, however, with Seth Walker, but he's only interested in total commitment, including marriage and finding a woman to be a mother to his children. Looks like a no-win situation, doesn't it?With the example of another couple in Castle Creek to lead the way, however, Ivy and Seth gradually begi [...]

    6. Full of characters that are as interesting as they are unique, A Family After All is a touching story that is grounded in sentiment. Ivy was a paradox. Seth was an open book. What I liked about Ms. Altman' s writing is that she never tried to influence the reader in her interpretation of each character but allowed them to format their own decisions the more familiar the character became. I received a copy of Ashley family after all in exchange for an honest review. This is the first of Ms. Altma [...]

    7. Review Posted at HarlequinJunkieIvy Millbrook doesn’t do relationships. So, when the man she wants gives her an ultimatum — of all or nothing — she knows things might never be the same between them. Until Ivy needs help to save her dairy farm, and the only person she seems comfortable asking is the one man that she should stay away from. Since she doesn’t think she’ll ever be able to give him what he wants – a chance at happy ever after with her. Read More

    8. I received a free copy of this book as a giveawayThis isn't usually my cup of tea, but I do like to occasionally dip into other genres and this was a pleasant surprise. I thought it was well-written throughout. The plot line was interesting and I felt engaged with the story.

    9. One of 16 ebooks you can download for free from tryharlequinI used to devour 2-3 Harlequins in a day a few years ago so I couldn't resist downloading these!

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