Tuesday's Child

Tuesday's Child

Janice Hildreth / Jun 02, 2020
Tuesday s Child Two years ago Ginny Porter made some bad decisions the biggest of which was falling for her boyfriend s lies While she regretted her period of rebellion she would never regret the birth of their chi
  • Title: Tuesday's Child
  • Author: Janice Hildreth
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Two years ago, Ginny Porter made some bad decisions the biggest of which was falling for her boyfriend s lies While she regretted her period of rebellion, she would never regret the birth of their child, Sophy Now, trying to get her life back on track and with a fresh teaching certificate in hand, she and Sophy are headed to an Idaho farm where Ginny has a summer jobTwo years ago, Ginny Porter made some bad decisions the biggest of which was falling for her boyfriend s lies While she regretted her period of rebellion, she would never regret the birth of their child, Sophy Now, trying to get her life back on track and with a fresh teaching certificate in hand, she and Sophy are headed to an Idaho farm where Ginny has a summer job as a tutor For Dallas Reid, hiring a tutor for his eight year old step brother had seemed like a good idea but he hadn t expected her to be a beautiful young mother and her adorable toddler Their growing attraction for each other is hindered when Dallas realizes Ginny s past has a long reach and is endangering her life But even though Dallas appears to be everything Todd was not, Ginny doesn t know if she can rely on her instincts and confide in him By learning to trust each other and deal with the secrets each are holding, Dallas and Ginny s Idaho summer turns into life changing lessons on God s grace and the blessing of second chances.
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    About "Janice Hildreth"

      • Janice Hildreth

        After years of teaching, motherhood, helping pastor a church and many other roads, I am now concentrating on my writing Currently I have published a Q A book titled What Would the Bible Say and the first three of a seven part romance series Sunday s Promise, Monday s New Beginning, and Tuesday s Child.


    126 Comments

    1. This was a good story, with several different things plots going on at the same time Ginny was sweet and her daughter Sophy was sweet and charming Ginny went from a cold, disapproving family as an only child to working with a family that was fun, warm and had each other s backs She wasn t used to that but she was welcomed into it and found its everything she ever wanted I also enjoyed how Dallas and his family worked together I got to watch Ginny grow from a people pleaser to begin to stand up f [...]


    2. I suspect a set up as Ginny is introduced to Dallas who has unwittingly hired her to tutor his young step brother She fled a tense situation with a new teaching certificate and would love to prove she is capable of handling her life and that of her baby girl on her own Dallas is not prepared to accept a young, attractive woman, much less baby Sophy, and quietly but competently harbors his own secret Ginny discovers an affinity for the small, quietly bucolic area and the hard working families ten [...]


    3. Tuesday s ChildExcellent book that I would recommend to anyone Some intrigue built into the plot and well developed characters Two of the characters are dealing with learning disabilities and dyslexia, while the main character is a new teacher who helps them deal with the disabilities.


    4. Sweet Second chances storySweet second chances story and believing in yourself Learning to find strength and confidence in yourself with God s help I did t realize it was a series but it can be read alone just fine.



    5. Greatthe love of God helped the young women in this book become a great mother and a wonderful teachere helped a young child learn he could read.


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