Vaderliefde

Vaderliefde Zijn Verloofde Was De Vrouw Waar Hij Van Hield Haar Kinderen Zijn Alles Wat Hij Nog Heeft De Gereserveerde Aannemer Wade Sullivan Had Nooit Verwacht Dat Hij Verliefd Zou Worden Op De Gescheiden Starr Parnell Hij Had Ook Niet Gedacht Dat Hij Zo Veel Van Haar Drie Kinderen Zou Gaan Houden Terwijl Hun Trouwdag Nadert, Komt Starr Plotseling Te Overlijden En Moet Wade Zijn Eigen Verdriet Opzijzetten Om De Kinderen Te Helpen Vlak Na De Begrafenis Komt De Biologische Vader Van De Kinderen Opdagen En Hij Eist De Voogdij En Het Verzekeringsgeld Van De Kinderen Op Wade Beseft Dat Zijn Positie Om Aanspraak Te Kunnen Maken Op De Kinderen Zwak Is Hij Twijfelt Daarnaast Aan Zijn Kwaliteiten Als Vader Toch Kan Hij De Kinderen Niet Loslaten En Maakt Hij Zich Klaar Voor Het Gevecht Van Zijn Leven Lukt Het Wade Om De Rechter Te Overtuigen Dat Zijn Liefde Voor De Kinderen Groter Is Dan Die Van Hun Vader

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[Epub] ➣ Vaderliefde  ➤ Deborah Raney – Ultimatetrout.info
  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Vaderliefde
  • Deborah Raney
  • Dutch
  • 11 October 2018

10 thoughts on “Vaderliefde

  1. says:

    Amazing story a must readLoved this book and the characters and story line So very real in how the foster system favors the biological parents even if they are not fit to parent A story of faith in God and how HE can work a miracle in ones life through prayer.

  2. says:

    This book was great I also found a new author I like the way Deborah Raney writes I felt Wade s pain and happiness Again, don t take everything for granted

  3. says:

    This book was an excellent book, I did not want to put it down I ve heard of Deborah Raney from Facebook but had not read any of her books until I bought this one at a thrift store If you purchase or check one out at your local library, you will not be disappointed in her writing

  4. says:

    Life is a long, winding journey toward home and Wade Sullivan s is one of the most rewarding Raney has crafted a story of heart, love, and concern Good read

  5. says:

    This was a moving and thought provoking novel I liked that it was Christian Even when the legal system seemed to do everything wrong, the emphasis was on depending on God and working with the law, not against it Sometimes I wanted to tell the hero to just pick them all up and run, but I knew that would only make the problem worse It was also a love story that tells the value of waiting for something worthwhile.

  6. says:

    I loved the plot It was unusual with great twists and turns I m not a big fan, though, of so much dialogue I prefer introspection and descriptions and narrative and less dialogue to keep the story moving I also didn t really feel the secondary romance That storyline wasn t fully fleshed out in my opinion, but then again, it was not central to the main plot.

  7. says:

    Loved this bookThis was a wonderful story of love and faith, and a reminder that God is always in control You will fall in love with the main character We need Wade s in the world.

  8. says:

    This was so much better than a three star book in so many ways I loved Wade and the kids, and I was rooting for them and hurting with them through the whole story I had tears running down my cheeks in than one scene and that s from someone who rarely cries at books and even rarely actually likes a book that makes her cry The pain and struggle felt so real, but there was always a glimmer of hope and faith shining through, and I couldn t wait to get to the end where everything would finally come right.And then I got to the end and was totally confused Not that they didn t get their happy ending, but the way they got it left me feeling flat The best analogy I can come up with is that it felt like climbing a huge, impossible cliff to try to rescue a stranded child, falling again and again, getting banged up and bruised, but persevering through everything Then just as you reach the ledge, the child loses her grip and falls over the side and lands safely on the ground thanks to the parachute that was apparently there all along Major spoilers on the way view spoiler I still can t figure out why the guy who s portrayed as an arrogant, conniving autocrat at best and an out of control abuser at worst would suddenly decide to pack the kids up and bring them back because his fiancee told him to and moved out It doesn t fit with anything I remember seeing in his behavior at any other point in the story Maybe there s some logic to it that I can t find, but I still can t make sense of it.The other part of the ending that I really didn t like was Wade s sneaky way of keeping in contact with Dee by driving over to her house with the kids during the months that they weren t officially allowed to have a relationship His excuse that she couldn t be blamed because he didn t tell her they were coming was worse than flimsy and showed a blatant disregard for the code of ethics she was supposed to be following And as much as she loved him, Dee should have put a stop to it She was a lot weaker on that point than she should have been and probably deserved discipline not for accidentally falling in love but for letting the off the record communication continue once she realized they d crossed professional boundaries.My only gripe with the story before the ending was the subplot involving Sophie, which also left me confused on several points First, was the only hold Darren had on her the unforgiveable sin she later confessed to Wade Because all his threats about jail, etc don t seem to ring true if that was all he could accuse her of Second, I was never clear on what exactly he was bullying her to do Just stay away so Wade couldn t claim her as a female influence for the kids That seems like a bit of a long shot considering the amount of pressure he put on her and the guilt she felt every time she saw them Honestly, I was waiting for her to have to lie in court or call in a false tip to social services or something of that magnitude Again, it felt like a lot of buildup for very little payoff Finally, I could not figure out why Sophie, after becoming a Christian, did not tell the judge or Wade or anyone about the fact that she had been beaten recently by Darren, which would have completely changed the lay of the land in the custody battle It was really strange to see her peaceful and happy and talking about how the Lord would provide while holding back a piece of information that could have saved a lot of people a lot of hurt hide spoiler

  9. says:

    Uplifting readUplifting read Once started it was very hard to put down The twists and turns, I rooted for the good guys to win.

  10. says:

    Corny, predictable, unrealistic, melodramatic Actually kind of wondering why I ever put this book on my to read list And as a licensed social worker, Dee s behavior irked me It irked me quite a bit Plus, the judge is a narrow minded idiot, but that s my personal opinion of his character and has nothing to do with my review of this book In real life, some people are just idiots.

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