• Title: Daddy's Girl
  • Author: J.M. Kelley
  • ISBN: 9781622371068
  • Page: 272
  • Format: ebook
  • Daddy s Girl Sometimes returning home isn t about confronting your past it s about discovering your future Janie McGee the black sheep of her family is free spirited uninhibited and never one to stay in the s
    Sometimes, returning home isn t about confronting your past it s about discovering your future.Janie McGee, the black sheep of her family, is free spirited, uninhibited, and never one to stay in the same place for too long When Janie learns her father, Joe, is gravely ill, she reluctantly returns home to rural Pennsylvania to care for him Joe s neighbor, David Harris, sSometimes, returning home isn t about confronting your past it s about discovering your future.Janie McGee, the black sheep of her family, is free spirited, uninhibited, and never one to stay in the same place for too long When Janie learns her father, Joe, is gravely ill, she reluctantly returns home to rural Pennsylvania to care for him Joe s neighbor, David Harris, sports a pocket protector, collects coins, and is addicted to Antiques Roadshow Everything about him rubs Janie the wrong way, from his nerdy wardrobe to his enviable friendship with Joe And to make matters worse, her father thinks they re perfect for each other, proof positive of how little Joe knows his own daughter or so Janie thinks.A shared devotion to the elder McGee begins to close the gulf between Janie and David, but a burgeoning romance opens the door to new problems and unexpected consequences neither could foresee Joe, however, remains steadfast in his resolve to show Janie that Daddy knows what s best for his little girl Can Janie finally open her heart to David while watching the first man she ever truly loved fade away

    One Reply to “Daddy's Girl”

    1. Janie goes home to visit her father, who is sick. Only she finds out that it's much more serious. It's terminal. She does not plan on staying to look after him, their relationship is already strained and she's sure he wouldn't want her to. Her sister, who Janie also has a strained relationship with, has a family of her own and is adamant that Jane stay and help out. So Janie quits her job, sublets her crappy apartment and moves home. Feeling out of sorts and not sure how to talk to her father or [...]

    2. I absolutely loved this book. It was so full of emotions. I went from laughter to tears to back to laughter again. it was more then a book about a romance between a woman and a man but also the love of family.

    3. Daddy knows what's best for his little girl Daddy's Girl is a wonderful story about reconnecting with family and finding love. Author J.M. Kelley weaves an emotional tale written in the third person narrative that follows the journey of Janie McGee, a free spirited artist, who returns to her hometown to reconnect with her estranged family when her father Joe becomes terminally ill. As the black sheep of the family, Janie is unwillingly thrust into the role as her father's caregiver, a role that [...]

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