Minor Adjustments (2011)
Minor Adjustments (2011)
Rating
3.82 of 5 Votes: 4
ISBN
1599559137 (ISBN13: 9781599559131)
languge
English
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publisher
Bonneville
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I thought Minor Adjustments was cute. I thought Stella was a nice and quirky character. This book reminds me of another book, No Longer Strangers by Rachel Ann Nunes. I liked that book much better because the male character struggled a lot more to parent a child that wasn't his own and it was funny to see him try. I kept comparing Minor Adjustments to that book and found that I liked No Longer Strangers better. I have been interested in reading a Rachael Renee Anderson book for quite awhile. I have visited her blog several times and many of my blogging friends love her books.I picked this book up at the Cedar Fort outlet store, wanting to give her books a try. I'm very glad that I purchased this book. It's definitely a keeper and will sit proudly on my shelf and one that I will recommend to my friends. I may even let them borrow it. :) (If they are really nice and trustworthy.) I will definitely be reading more of her work.At the beginning of the book, Devon is a business owner and doing very well for himself. He is consumed by his work. When he is contacted and visits Australia to take guardianship of a four year old boy, it is the least likely scenario for him.Reluctantly he agrees to a two week trial, thinking that he will walk away at the end of his two weeks to return back to his home and business in Chicago. What he doesn't realize is how much the love of a child can change you. The fact that the solicitor handling the case is beautiful and also loves Ryan is a benefit.This is a great story about learning what love truly is and what is important to have a productive and fulfilled life.
Reviews
Bronwyn
kinda cheesy, but a quick read i had done in a few hours.
LeveluprocksLevi
Fun, enjoyable read!
Lis
Fun quick read.
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