Sheltered (Countdown to Christmas #6)

Sheltered Countdown to Christmas Born into a wealthy elite family it s only thanks to her father s checkbook that Lizbeth Vincent has never been held accountable until now Sentenced to work in a homeless shelter and forced to face

  • Title: Sheltered (Countdown to Christmas #6)
  • Author: Carma Haley Shoemaker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Born into a wealthy, elite family, it s only thanks to her father s checkbook that Lizbeth Vincent has never been held accountable until now Sentenced to work in a homeless shelter and forced to face the consequences of her careless actions, she finds herself directly between her father and one of his business conquests Alan Wheeler runs the homeless shelter founded by hBorn into a wealthy, elite family, it s only thanks to her father s checkbook that Lizbeth Vincent has never been held accountable until now Sentenced to work in a homeless shelter and forced to face the consequences of her careless actions, she finds herself directly between her father and one of his business conquests Alan Wheeler runs the homeless shelter founded by his mother When she died, he promised her he d keep it alive He never dreamed his mother s legacy could be the very thing to come between him and the woman he loves When the world Lizbeth has tried to escape collides with the world she longs to embrace, who will pay the highest price

    One thought on “Sheltered (Countdown to Christmas #6)”

    1. Really enjoyed this book.This is a very sweet Christmas story. Very nicely written! Likeable characters and descriptions. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a little romance.

    2. Young Lizbeth Vincent grew up privileged thanks to her ruthless, business tycoon father. She is finally trying to break free of his iron grip over her life and follow her dream -- to help people like her dead mother did. After a car accident allows her to get community service work at a shelter, she gets to test her mettle to see if she truly can stand on her own two feet or if she'll fall in line with her father's plans.Alan Wheeler has one dream -- keep the homeless shelter his mother founded [...]

    3. I loved it. It was beautifully written, rich and sweet. I highly recommend it if you like romance that's clean. The main character is lovable and the story is clever and made me laugh at times. 5 stars!

    4. Full disclosure: I know, and am friends with, the author.Likes: The pacing was even and quick; I never felt like the plot dragged, or moved along too quickly. I liked both Lizbeth and Alan, our protagonists, and their scenes together are sweet without being sappy. I especially liked that I didn't feel like anything was melodramatic; I don't read a lot of romance for that reason, but here, both of our protagonists handle their hurdles like adults (for the most part), and both characters also grew [...]

    5. I have to admit, there are many books I have read and fell in love with. But this book made be feel as if I was right there with Lizbeth and Alan. The struggles of trying to find a way to keep the shelter open and out of the hands of Johnathan is real. Will Alan be able to find a way to keep the shelter from being closed? You must read to find out.

    6. Sweet romanceThe characters were okay, but I really didn't like the storyline. It bothered me that her mistakes were glossed over and weren't an issue. They still offered her alcoholic drinks. What?!? Instead the big issue was her dad not wanting to do good and let her do what she wanted to. Blech! I would have liked an ending or epilogue. Otherwise a great story.

    7. Good story line but was getting frustrated with all the missing words, words in the wrong order, and spelling errors. Sometimes I had to keep rereading sentences to try to make sense of it. Not sure if it's the version of the book I received through Kindle, or what, but it got very frustrating.

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