[Epub] ❧ From Father to Son (A Brothers Word #2) By Janice Kay Johnson – Golanvideoagency.info

From Father to Son (A Brothers Word #2) Is An Independent Cop The Best Family Man Niall MacLachlan S One Priority Is The Law He Fought His Way From The Wrong Side Of The Tracks To Earn His Badge And Won T Jeopardize It For Anything After All, Trusting His Family Nearly Cost Him Everything As A Kid So, No This Loner Has No Desire For A Wife And Children To Call His OwnSo Why Is His Entirely Too Attractive Landlady, Rowan Staley, Slipping Past All His Defenses She And Her Young Family Complete With Noisy Dog Are Everything Niall Thinks He Doesn T Want But He Can T Keep His Distance When She Turns To Him For Protection From A Neighborhood Threat And In The End, Letting Her Go Might Be Impossible


About the Author: Janice Kay Johnson

Janice Kay Johnson is the author of over a hundred books for children and adults Her first four published romance novels were coauthored with her mother, also a writer who has since published mysteries and children s books on her own These were sweet romance novels, the author hastens to add she isn t sure they d have felt comfortable coauthoring passionate love scenes Janice graduated from W



10 thoughts on “From Father to Son (A Brothers Word #2)

  1. says:

    This is the second detective brother s story Niall is happy with having no ties though now he has become closer to his elder brother Duncan Then his landlady dies and everything changes, the heroine moves in with her two kids and dog and now he can t get any distance They are everywhere and he likes it The hero would get close and then immediately try to back away The heroine had p


  2. says:

    An excellent book I really liked Niall when I met him in Duncan s book I could tell he was a good man, but like his brother, didn t know how to love or be loved I loved the way he was with Rowan s two kids he was great at taking care of them, playing with them, protecting them He just didn t know how to deal with his feelings for them and for Rowan Every time he would get closer, he would


  3. says:

    What a great story Both the hero and heroine had to grow The children acted like children There was external conflict as well at the emotional background of the main characters Plus I got to see how the h h in the first books were doing I look forward to the story about the youngest brother.


  4. says:

    Definately looking forward to the final book in this trilogy


  5. says:

    Niall MacLachlan has had a horrible childhood, distanced from everyone except his responsible older brother, Duncan He doesn t know how to love and doesn t want to be lovedor so he thinks Niall is no big fan of kids and dogs and loud, happy, messy families, but all that s about to change.His landlady, Enid, dies, and leaves the small cottage to her granddaughter, Rowan When Rowan moves in with her two children, A


  6. says:

    This was a new to me author and I was quite impressed I love finding these kinds of authors and even so when they have nice sized back lists.The hero, Niall comes from quite a dysfunctional family His drug dealing father spent time in prison and his mother just up and left Niall, his older brother Duncan and younger brother Conall As a result, Niall and his other brothers have learned to close themselves off and to rema


  7. says:

    A well written, satisfying story Niall was cool, very cool, and his attraction to Rowan was sweet and JKJ did a good job of convincing us his not so outgoing personality developed enough for him to love Rowan Rowan s virgin behaviour was sad, she had my sympathy although I completely understood why she so reluctant to get involved especially when children are involved.The side story with her in laws was troubling Well done, but


  8. says:

    In this story we have a man, an officer of the law, who s very much a loner Things happen that make him get involved with a young widow and her two children and a dog There s really a lot going on in this story, including a very strange twist that keeps the action moving along.


  9. says:

    Engaging story and characters Villain of the story was seriously creepy and over the top in his interactions with the main characters It was supposed to be a mystery as to the villain s identity, but it was pretty obvious 3.5 stars


  10. says:

    Excellent story, excellently done Sometimes I get impatient with characters who waffle back and forth about their emotions, but in this story, because of who the hero is, it works and Johnson makes it work very well Oh, and I didn t guess the villain until way late Really liked this one.


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