[Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF


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  1. says: Read ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Ellen Hartman Ellen Hartman Ì 9 Read [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF

    Free read Calling the Shots [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF This is not for everyone which book is but it came very close to being perfect for meHartman tells the story of two single parents and how they try to do their best by their respective kid They both love their children like crazy but they also screw up are in over their heads and burden the kids with old stuff from long ago This felt very rea

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    [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF This was just okay I liked the kids Allie and Tim Allie was well developed than Tim He could have used time on screen I liked the hero Bryan than the heroine Clare Clare didn't open up at all until the last 2 or 3 pages She was very closed in and stand offish Her sudden turn around was a little unbelievable There was so much time spent with the kids and their problems that the romance was given very little page time Th

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    Read ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Ellen Hartman [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF Ellen Hartman Ì 9 Read At first I couldn't get into the story because it started a little slow but then I got sucked in The lack of sex and sexual tension didn't detract from the powerful story About a uarter way through I was vested in the characters and boy did they have issues Bryan had only been with one woman his ex wife This was the first time I'd read a romance novel where the male character had less sexual experience than th

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    [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF The fourth star is for Bryan who was such a great character If only Clare had been as great Her walls stayed up for too long to the

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    Read ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Ellen Hartman [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF Ellen Hartman Ì 9 Read I rate it a B I really enjoyed the book It just took too long to get to where they were going and it seriously needed to be longer Th

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    [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF Free read Calling the Shots Got this as a freebie from Tell Ha

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    [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF If it weren't for the hero and the two pre teens I would have given this a 25 out of 5 because I found Claire the heroine seriously annoying She moved around every year and seemed shocked when her son suddenly found that upsetting Also while I'm not much of a sports fan myself and can certainly understand Claire's lack of interest in hockey I was VERY upset that she would read a book during her son's games During practice is fi

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    [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF Calling the Shots is less a romance and a story of parents dealing with teenage children Because of this the roma

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    [Calling the Shots] EBOOK / PDF This was not a book I would have chosen to read; it was sent to me for a survey It was ok I enjoyed the premise and the fact that it involved hockey added to the story To me though the story was about the suddenly single

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    Ellen Hartman Ì 9 Read Read ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Ellen Hartman Free read Calling the Shots Miniseries You Me the Kids

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Free read Calling the Shots

Read ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Ellen Hartman Ellen Hartman Ì 9 Read Read & download ☆ Calling the Shots ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub E's smart and beautifuland outraged at what's happened Worse she wants nothing to do with his beloved sport his amazing daughteror him Luckily he's been in this game long enough to know there's always another play to get you what you want. This was not a book I would have chosen to read it was sent to me for a survey It was ok I enjoyed the premise and the fact that it involved hockey added to the story To me though the story was about the suddenly single father trying to bond with his 13 year old hockey playing daughter and the romantic aspect with the new lady in town could have been left out entirely

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Read ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Ellen Hartman Ellen Hartman Ì 9 Read Read & download ☆ Calling the Shots ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Bryan James knows everything about hockey That's a passion he and his daughter Allie share What he doesn't know is how to be a single father And the way he's scrambling to hold his thirteen year old's world and his together kind of proves. This was just okay I liked the kids Allie and Tim Allie was well developed than Tim He could have used time on screen I liked the hero Bryan than the heroine Clare Clare didn t open up at all until the last 2 or 3 pages She was very closed in and stand offish Her sudden turn around was a little unbelievable There was so much time spent with the kids and their problems that the romance was given very little page time They were basically never together alone I didn t see them fall in love at all I kept expecting Clare to tell Bryan about her sister earlier and them to work together to see her overcome her fears Instead there are scenes like the one where Allie gets her period and Bryan needs help in the grocery store picking the right feminine products He asks Clare to come talk to Allie but she refuses in order to keep her emotional distance So no payoff from that scene and there were plenty of other scenes like it Scene after scene showing Clare protecting her emotions but none showing her really reaching out and taking a chance and growing I don t really know what Bryan saw in her There were 2 scenes which included kissing There was no sex at all with the hero In fact she was the one to come on to him the first time I kind of got the feeling she was seducing him and he wasn t really interested mentally just physically The second time very late in the book didn t seem to have any real reason behind it Clare had just told him about her sister who had died of a disease years earlier That was the reason she s so scared of letting anyone close So he necks with her in the back of a car to make her feel cherished and safe and whole That didn t really make much sense and they didn t become any closer because of itAlso I didn t like uite how promiscuous Clare seemed to be She had a new boyfriend just for sex in everytown I m open to my modern heroines having love lives before they meet the hero but hers seemed excessive especially with her having a son born out of wedlockBryan was well written as a man who traveled alot and didn t know his daughter or how to be a single parent but who was trying hard and muddling throughLack of real romance however pulls the entire volume down This is a Harleuin Romance after all The romance should be central

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Read ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ì Ellen Hartman Ellen Hartman Ì 9 Read Read & download ☆ Calling the Shots ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub That So does the fact they're in community mediation after Allie's run in with another player on her own team There's probably some valuable learning in this for Bryan but he's too distracted by the other player's parent Clare Sampson Sh. Got this as a freebie from Tell Harleuin I m just not into books with heavy kid influence

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • Calling the Shots
  • Ellen Hartman
  • English
  • 07 December 2019
  • 9780373716654