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Instant Daddy: Inspirational Romance (Noah's Crossing Book 1) Kindle Edition
"Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress"
Is the world really falling apart? Is the ideal of progress obsolete? Cognitive scientist and public intellectual Steven Pinker urges us to step back from the gory headlines and prophecies of doom, and instead, follow the data: In seventy-five jaw-dropping graphs, Pinker shows that life, health, prosperity, safety, peace, knowledge, and happiness are on the rise. Learn more
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Thoroughly developed characters, story line was unique and well thought out. Sometimes when the story is complex as this one, the ending is rushed and left unfinished; however, Ms. Voss made sure to satisfy her readers from the very beginning until the very end.
I completed this novel in one day, could not put it down!
And mess up he does, which makes the story more real.
He did have two close friends Scott and his wife, Karen. Those two added another element to the story on their own.
Jessie is a good woman with such a compassionate heart and is an exceptional mother. Her son, Jake is one happy little boy. I enjoyed his "conversations" with people. Smile-worthy and believable.
Jessie is holding an unhappy secret from others; the emotions were well written.
There were good, likable secondary characters in the book. That included Jessie's parents, her spunky best friend Maggie to name a few.
I also liked how God was woven into the book; not preachy but there none the less. Even when people were having a crisis of belief at times.
This is also a story of second chances. A scientist conceived a child but wasn't told about the pregnancy. He may not have chosen to be a dad @ that time. Some months later he sees a little boy & remembers one night. The paternity test proves that he is the father.
A great story showing how a cool scientist decides to be a good father, unlike his own parents. He learns about caring & family.
I'd like to read more of Carol Voss's books.
While she's recovering her twin Clarrissa comes home & she's pregnant. She told her the father didn't want anything to with a child.
Jessie adopted Jake. And not long after Clarrissa left for NYC, she was in her lab trying to work on her project that might help cure people. The lab caught on fire and she died trying to save her notes.
Jake is now 3 yrs. old. In honor of Clarrissa a scholarship was set up. They asked Dr. Peter Sheridan, former colleague, to come to speak and announce who won, at the high school graduation.
Once he stepped up on to the stage, Jessie lower jaw dropped as she felt he looked so much like Jake. They both have a cleft chin with a birth mark.
Jessie speaks with her lawyer who handled the adoption papers. He felt it would be better for her work with Peter rather then go to court.
Peter didn't know he had a son, Clarrissa never told him she was pregnant. After a DNA test confirmed he is Jake's father, Jessie tries help teach him how to be a parent. Jake calls him Pedo an he's a very active toddler.
There is so much more to this story you need to read this book.
Will Jessie ever admit & realize she loves Peter?
It will not take long to read this book. Enjoy!
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