With no relatives living nearby, Daniel was a full-time single dad. I thought it was a bit boring and quite disappointing. I hear the waters of Moses Lake lapping at the shore, feel the rhythm of it beneath my feet. The idea is both thrilling and terrifying. Mallory couldn't be more shocked when Daniel asks her to marry him, move to Texas, and form a family with him and motherless Nick.
She had a successful husband and an imports business, but none of it mattered. Summary Lisa Wingate Is a Top Name in Inspirational Contemporary Romance At thirty-four, congressional staffer Mallory Hale is about to embark on an adventure completely off the map. From the beginning, I was rooting for Mallory and wanted to know not only where she was going to end up but how she would get there. While the cover makes it appear like this is going to be some sort of sweet romance, it's really more of a mystery than anything else. Handing them back, he looked at me and smiled, and just as in those classic black-and-white movies on late-night cable, the world stood still. Written in a blog type style and in first person voice you are introduced to Mallory Hale and her new life.
I enjoyed this read, but it Mallory Hale lives life in the fast lane, loving the hustle and bustle of Capitol Hill. Toward the end of the book there is a totally new twist that is gripping right to the final pages. I also felt like the mystery surrounding the character, Al, just seemed a bit disjointed. Firefly Island was an amazing book, and I loved Lisa Wingate's descriptive writing, but when it came to the political scandal at the end, it was really confusing. So I do recommend reading these in order. My fingers caught it just as another sheet slid past. Daniel Everson and his little boy, Nick, are a package deal, and Mallory suddenly can't imagine her future without them.
Two men in dark suits, engaged in a rapt conversation, circumvented me as if I were invisible. It crossed my mind that the bill was fresh from a mark-up session and definitely not for public consumption. Can she find answers on Firefly Island, a little chunk of property just off the lakeshore, where mysterious lights glisten at night? Can she find answers on Firefly Island, a little chunk of property just off the lakeshore, where mysterious lights glisten at night? A blank page is an ocean of possibilities. My mother hated the idea with a passion. That's like buying shoes just because they're cheap. A gust of air whooshed past—the result of the nearby renovations to the Capitol building—and I heard papers tumbling into the cavernous space of the rotunda. I love how a D.
Firefly Island is an interesting book that captured my attention and I wanted to know what happened next. But despite the wild adventure of her new life, she discovers secrets and questions beneath her rosy new life. First the house that is included in the deal is less than liveable, unless you find sharing the home with scorpions, mice and a handful of other insects and the elusive Jack West warns them that they are not allowed on Firefly Island or in Jack's little house that remains locked up. All sizes, all ages, all colors, all worthy of His presence, of His attention and efforts. Toward the end of the book there is a totally new twist that is gripping right to the final pages. I appreciate the chance to review.
She has her life all planned out. I love how a D. The suit was my favorite—the perfect thing to wear while posing for an early-morning congressional staff photo on the Capitol steps. She wanted a baby, and the lack of one was all she could talk about. Daniel shifted on the sofa, forcing me to sacrifice the warm spot under his chin, so I could see him. Maybe I've got that detail wrong.
Firefly Island At thirty-four, congressional staffer Mallory Hale is about to embark on an adventure completely off the map. Within a short space of time, she goes from Washington, D. They fell in love and stayed that way, unlike so many of the people I worked with. Not that anyone could see, anyway. I just tend to be disapointed in books that try to wrap up a lenghty storyline in the final few chapters.
He slid the papers from beneath my foot, shuffled them into a stack, and squatted down to tap them on the floor. You look like you could use some help with those. . That's like buying shoes just because they're cheap. Just the two of us. To her surprise, her absent maternal instincts seem to kick in around sweet little Nick. If they don't fit, what good are they? Mallory has been given a handful of information from one of her brother in laws who's a reporter that Jack West was married and had a son.