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Romance
Author: Monica Jackson
ISBN: 078600603X
Subcategory: Contemporary
Publisher Pinnacle (December 1, 1998)
Language English
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 407
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by Monica Jackson


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Looking forward to spending Kwanzaa with her daughter, single mother Teddi Henderson's plans go awry when .

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Love's Celebration book. Monica Jackson lives on the Land of Oz side of Kansas

Love's Celebration book. Monica Jackson lives on the Land of Oz side of Kansas. She fully embraces diversity (including Wicked Witches, Munchkins, and that goody-two-shoes Glenda, the Good Witch) since she resides on the far edge of the diverse divide too. Monica Jackson’s books, known for quirky humor and attitude, often wander from well-trod plot pathways. She spends far too much time online, and loves bubble baths and Monica Jackson lives on the Land of Oz side of Kansas.

That's the main reason I especially enjoyed this reading by Monica Jackson. To me, this was a very good book and I would recommend to everyone. A celebration of love and life. com User, September 19, 1999. This book begans with a happy family: Teddi, who is not such a beauty on the outside but very beautiful on the inside is abandoned by . a very handsome husband who has secrets that will tear their family apart but will also bring them back together in a stronger bond.

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By (author) Monica Jackson.

Saoirse-Monica Jackson (born 24 November 1993) is an Irish actress, known for portraying the role of Erin Quinn on the Channel 4 sitcom Derry Girls. Born in Derry, Jackson split her time growing up in both Derry and Greencastle, County Donegal where. Born in Derry, Jackson split her time growing up in both Derry and Greencastle, County Donegal where her parents ran a village pub. After obtaining GCSEs and A-Levels at St Cecilia's College in Derry, she trained in acting at the Arden School of Theatre in Manchester.

Looking forward to spending Kwanzaa with her daughter, single mother Teddi Henderson's plans go awry when J.T. returns and reveals a shocking truth, one that will change their lives forever. Original.
JoldGold
I did not like this book whatsoever. The story focused on lies and deception in marriage. The characters, J.T. and Teddi, were supposedly happily married, one day Teddi's life is turned upside down when her loving husband disappears for 2 years. Upon his return, she learns he'd lied to her about his job. Throughout the rest of the book Teddi's character comes across as a sniveling needy spouse. Whenever J.T. wants to leave, so he can clear his name and come back so they can be a family again, Teddi's character acts like a mindless woman (a sterotype we need to get away from). The final straw was what Teddi did to her husband in the motel room before leaving for New York. That not only showed a lack of realism in the story, but showed deception, her lack of true caring for her husband, trust, and faith in him.
The plot was unrealistic. J.T. tells his wife his presense in their lives could endanger their, and their daughter's, lives, yet J.T.'s, who's been in hiding for two year, carry's on in town as if he is as free as a bird. The simplest of common sense seems to have not been used by any of the characters. In sum, if these two characters represent "soul mates," then marriage is something that should be avoided at all cost.
Arcanescar
Teddi Henderson has just gotten used to her life in the small town where she was raised in Kansas. After her husband's disappearance and betrayal, she has rearranged her life around her teaching career and her daughter. And then one night, J.T., her husband, the love of her life, her sould mater returns, and with him all of the pain, hurt, and memories return. J.T. ha scome to this small town to be with his wife and young daughter to celebrate the Kwanzaa season and to gain strenght, spirituality and renewal from his favorite holiday. After Teddi's intial shock, J.T. explains that he had been working as an undercover government agent using his computer firm as a front. His partner had come upon some damaging information and was killed. The people who had killed his partner had threatened J.T. and his family. He now betgs Teddi to let him spend Kwanazz with his family and then find out why his life was turned upside down. While i found the story line a bit os a stretch and Teddi and her family much too forgiving, the holiday celebration and principles of Kwanzaa more than made up for the bizarre situation.
Reddefender
OK! Let's sum this book up. Happily married couple. Husband abandons family. Husband returns two years later with stories of espionage and secret undercover government conspiracies. Wife shoots husband. Family forgives husband. Town rallies around husband to prevent the bad guys from getting him. Husband & wife go on the run to clear name. Wife saves husband. Family lives happily ever after.
Give me a break! This book was really fictitious. I could not beleive half of the things the characters were saying or their actions. I appreciate the lessons of Kwanza and giving me an understanding of how to incorporate this holiday into my own family but I think more time should have been put in character development than the push to get us all to celebrate Kwanza.
Xava
In reading this book, I was very pleased with the way the story kept my interest. Like most people, I enjoy romance novels because they have a way of transporting you to another place,time era ect. That's the main reason I especially enjoyed this reading by Monica Jackson. To me, this was a very good book and I would recommend to everyone.