Twelve Days Dear Readers This is a novella length prequel to my new serialized YA NA crossover novella Everything to Me It s a look at Dana Peter during their junior year in high school and includes strong lan

  • Title: Twelve Days
  • Author: Teresa Hill
  • ISBN: 9780451201454
  • Page: 298
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  • Dear Readers, This is a novella length prequel to my new, serialized YA NA crossover novella, Everything to Me It s a look at Dana Peter during their junior year in high school and includes strong language The prequel doesn t end in a cliff hanger, but it s not a stand alone novel, either It s where they are spring of their junior year Book 1 of the serial will Dear Readers, This is a novella length prequel to my new, serialized YA NA crossover novella, Everything to Me It s a look at Dana Peter during their junior year in high school and includes strong language The prequel doesn t end in a cliff hanger, but it s not a stand alone novel, either It s where they are spring of their junior year Book 1 of the serial will be on sale Nov 11, followed by a new part every three weeks Sometimes I feel like I m saving myself for her Not that way Not sexually Saving my life Trying to be smart about what I do Actually giving a damn Because I matter to her It s something I ve never had anyone who cares like she does and it s absolutely amazing She s amazing, this very good girl I can not have Her dad made that clear the night he caught us together, but that s not enough to stop me from me from wanting her Still, it would be a completely selfish move on my part to draw her any deeper into my life I just heard my mom s getting out of prison early Not for good behavior Because of overcrowding Life was always crazy with mom If she comes back, if she wants me back, my life turns to crap I know that, and at sixteen, I don t think I can do anything about it, except maybe run as far and fast as I can Even Dana, my very good girl, won t be able to save me If you read The McRaes Series, you saw a bit of Peter Dana as children in Bed of Lies and the novella, Welcome Lizzie, which is part of the box set Christmas with the McRaes

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    1. 4.5 Inspiring Stars! A wonderful heartwarming holiday read! Life is hard, love makes it better ~ Teresa HillLots and lots of love in this book, but there is also sorrow and despair. Sam and Rachel have suffered their own losses and it’s slowly causing their marriage to fall apart, but when 3 beautiful children suddenly come into their lives, it forces them to come together and give them the opportunity to come to terms with their past. I really enjoyed this book! I fell in love with Sam and Ra [...]

    2. 3.5 starsTwelve Days is a very nice Christmas story about a married couple that has been through a lot and can't handle any more disappointments in their lives. Rachel and her husband are on the brick of a divorce and don't even communicate that often anymore. My heart broke for this couple because nothing went okay for them. But when Rachel's aunt asks her to take care of three children until after Christmas, she can't say no, even though she knows her heart will break again when they have to l [...]

    3. I was completely absorbed in this, yet the entire time I was reading, feared it would end with me wanting to kick the author in the pants. She managed to pull it out of the fire just barely. I do not like fictional miraculous infertility cures, especially when they come in the form of three angelic children dropped on your doorstep by the abandoned children fairy social worker. I won't spoil the story by saying how the author made it work for me, but she did. It's a fantasy, but grounded in real [...]

    4. I have never read a novel by Teresa Hill before and found her first book in "The McRae Series" to be an okay/good read. I tend to like Christmas themed novels in general (they tend to put me in a Christmas mood) and thought this one was better than most I have read in the past few years. I still had some issues with the novel though that kept me from giving it five stars.The novel is told from three points of view, Rachel McRae, her husband Sam, and their foster child Emma.The plot revolves arou [...]

    5. This was a lot better then I thought it was going to be. Very sweet and emotional, can't wait to see how the rest of the series goes and I like that it's about the kids that we'll get to see more of them

    6. I have mixed feelings about this book. It was a good story, an easy read and I certainly wanted to continue reading it to the end, but there was something which almost made me want to say "sappy". The story about Rachel and Sam was a heart breaking story in so many ways: a number of tragedies in their lives, so much misunderstanding in their personal relationship, and lots of disappointment in their family planning. Did the story end with a happy ending or a sad ending? Again, I found it difficu [...]

    7. boy did I sob reading this. I'm a sucker for stories with couples working on their marriage. THE ANGST, THE PAIN. GIMME TWENTY.

    8. Two-haiku review:They can't have childrenFoster kids come for ChristmasCan they save marriage?Really angsty oneI cared about charactersVery well written

    9. 'Twelve Days' is the story of Rachel and Sam McCrae, whose marriage has come to breaking point after a less than ideal beginning leads to a series of overwhelming heartbreaks. They've only been married twelve years, but in that time have suffered the loss of a child, infertility, and hidden secrets that have gradually wedged them apart. When three abandoned children are placed in their care just days before Christmas, Rachel begins to hope their relationship can be saved, but when she discovers [...]

    10. After several tragedies in their lives, Rachel and Sam's marriage seems to be on the verge of breaking. In comes Rachel's aunt Miriam with three abandoned children, asking the couple to look after them until Christmas whilst the authorities are trying to find their mother.I loved the plot, and the characters - at least in the first couple of chapters - heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time. However, then I was getting a bit confused as to when Rachel started to withdraw from everything [...]

    11. "A Very Heartwarming Story"This is a wonderful story of how a family can rejuvenate itself before it collapses. Rachel and her husband, Sam, take on three homeless young children temporarily until after Christmas. Rachel and Sam had lost their first near-birth child, and also a child they previously fostered and had hoped to keep him. Because of their loses, Sam is thinking of moving out because of his guilty feelings and secrets he'd never revealed to Rachel. But the three children come into th [...]

    12. Twelve Days by Teresa Hill was excellent!! It was an emotional roller coaster. Happy, sad,lost then overjoyed.The story follows Rachel and Tom. She was pregnant and lost the baby after a car accident. Her aunt is a Social worker who got them a foster son, but his biological father took him back. Both Rachel and Tom went into a kind of depression afterwards.Twelve days before Christmas, her aunt gave them a twelve year old girl, a six year old boy and an eighth month old baby girl. The mother of [...]

    13. Sappy, repetitive and annoying. I'm probably influenced by the fact that it included my most hated trope - that if you're depressed you must certainly have lost your faith in God, and, by golly, if you find that faith again, you'll magically stop being depressed. I enjoyed the preview of the next book at the end, though, so I'll probably give the author one more try.

    14. A good story with a childless couple with maritable problems since the death of their daughter years ago. Then a family is created by the arrival of a baby and young boy and girl. Can a Christmas miracle occur? Is this the family they have been waiting for? Where are the parents? A heartwarming story with a family that you will fall in love with.

    15. Deserves 6 stars! This book is just wonderful! I would give it six stars if it were available! Such true love, devotion, heartbreak, sadness, family devotion, second-fourth chances at renewed happiness and a wonderful tear inducing happy ending! Teresa Hill is an author I will be searching for!

    16. MovingLove dripped off the pages of this sweet novel. Rachel and Sam's love was tested with all the sorrows that befell them during their twelve year marriage. When Emma, Zach and Grace were added everybody began to heal. A sweet family story.

    17. This story reveals a couple buffeted by so many heartaches. Life has thrown so many trials at this couple. They are so close to sinking into depression. I cried almost all the way through. It's about how faith can help you reach out a good grab on to life and hold on. Make sure you have Kleenex.

    18. I really enjoyed this book, it was really tough to put down. I cried through the book about Sam and Rachel a true love that was almost lost by trails and tribulations until 3 children left and abandoned enter their lives.

    19. Good bedtime readI enjoyed this read was hard to put down at times other parts were a bit unlikely but pleasant read

    20. Great message about love and forgiveness and sticking together through hard times, even death. Thought the author kind of drug the story out talking about the same things over and over.

    21. Kind of a sappy bookGood, quick Christmas read about a husband and wife who lost their own baby but were given three children to foster care.

    22. LikeGood book to tell you love makes the scared and hurt to away. This story puts two families together and love is there to see them through.

    23. Good reading. Started out good, but took a long time getting to the point, which made it more intriguing. I was glad they finally figured out what each wanted and not assumed.

    24. This is going to be a very good series I think anyone reading it will quickly get hooked I recommended this as a good book

    25. Sweet but sadThis book is mostly sad and a bit depressing but sweet at the same time. I prefer light hearted romance so this is not my usual cup of tea.

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