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Loving Feelings (Loving Series #6) (Love Inspired #303) (original 2005; edition 2005)

by Gail Gaymer Martin (Author)

Series: Loving (6)

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Title:Loving Feelings (Loving Series #6) (Love Inspired #303)
Authors:Gail Gaymer Martin (Author)
Info:Love Inspired (2005), Edition: Original, 256 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:***
Tags:gail gaymer martin, loving, love inspired, romance, breast cancer, chocolate, candy, marketing, opening a new business, abused women, faith, going to church, taking responsibility, community service

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Loving Feelings by Gail Gaymer Martin (2005)

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Love and trust seem to be themes of this book.

Cory, who apparently fears abandonment, wants love and attention and acts out when he feels threatened.

Jenni fears no man could love her with her scarred body and possible infertility--so much so that she's convinced herself to avoid romance and be content with raising her nephew, Cory, alone. She also needs to get past her feelings about her father and stepmother.

Todd blames himself for not seeing the path his brother was on and stopping him before he self-destructed.

Cory's the bridge that brings Jenni and Todd together. Cory steals Todd's laptop. Instead of calling the police, Todd works out a "Community Service" type method for Cory to help him. Jenni comes along with Cory until she trusts Todd. Jenni's also trying to start a candy store to get her business out of her house--but she needs a business partner. Todd's willing to invest--and he has a marketing background that's a good match for starting a new business.

We don't get to see what happens with Hannah. Is she really in an abusive relationship? (I'm guessing so based on the few clues we have in this book.) Does she come to work at the chocolate store? If so, does working there help her escape her abuser?

I liked that the sisters who ran the B&B decided to allow their B&B to be used for a domestic violence shelter when they decided to move closer to their niece. ( )
  JenniferRobb | Apr 15, 2019 |
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Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, instead it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God's sight.--1 Peter 3:3-4
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For all women who have survived breast cancer, I wish you God's blessings. Thank you to so many who've shared their real-life stories: Authors Molly Noble Bull and Joyce Livingston: to Robin Heath for sharing her heartfelt journey; thanks to reader Deb Luurs for sharing her wedding story. To author Flavia Crowner and Heidi at the Gilette Visitors Center in Grand Haven for setting information.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373873131, Mass Market Paperback)

When Todd Bronski realized an eight-year old boy had stolen his laptop, he was set to call the police. But then Jenni Anderson, little Cory's aunt, came to apologize, and...well, she was lovely.

Jenni was grateful that Todd had decided to leave the police out of it and help teach Cory a better way. The man was handsome, intelligent, kind and caring with Cory. Todd awakened feelings she hadn't experienced in years.

But Jenni wasn't looking for a man. She had way too much on her plate. Besides, Todd had agreed to be her new business partner, and she wasn't about to mix business with pleasure....

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:47 -0400)

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