- Ready Or Not Aggies Inheritance 1 Chautona Havig
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And I don't really dislike the other guy, although I really wasn't a fan at first, but I still don't necessarily want him with Aggie and XS Yeah, so, that was on the incoherent and rambling side, but that's kind of where my thoughts on the book are at the moment. Apr 26, Michelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: mmmmichelle. I got this as a free book through Book Bub and loved it.
I'm going to have to get the rest of the series to find out what happens with Aggie and all the kids. I can't even imagine having 8 kids 2 sets of twins much less suddenly becoming the guardian of 8 kids at the age of While it is sad in places it is also laugh out loud funny in other places. Aug 09, Andrea Stoeckel rated it it was amazing. I have written elsewere that when I look back on the past six months or so, some might think I am overdosing on Chautona's books. The thing is, I'm not.
Each series, although tied by area the fictious Rockland each character arc is different and each storyline unique. That's what's so great about them : something Aggie inherits her eight nieces and nephews, a grandmother-in-law, and the wherwithall to be able to care for them. She had just graduated from college and was getting I have written elsewere that when I look back on the past six months or so, some might think I am overdosing on Chautona's books.
She had just graduated from college and was getting ready to teach, when a tragic accident forces her to change direction. She doesn't feel at all up to the task, and with her faith at the ready, and old and new friends, she begins to build a life for the clan. And, I can hardly wait to see what will happen next! Aug 28, Esther Filbrun rated it it was amazing. Aggie, mother of eight inherited children, is so real in all her struggles of learning to be a mother—let alone learning to deal with her inherited mother-in-law!
Oh, and did I mention I love the humor in the story? Jan 02, Kay rated it it was ok. College grad "inherits" her sister's eight children. She is unprepared and whiny. Jan 17, Sherry Burney rated it it was amazing. I absolutely loved this book. I can't wait to start the next one in the series. Jun 27, Martha rated it really liked it. A fun, unique story with the culture of homeschooling and large families thrown into the mix.
In a unique style, all her own, Ms Havig brings you into what it would be like raising 8 children that were not your own along with dealing with moving and evil grandmothers. Nov 24, April rated it it was ok Shelves: fiction. A young woman in her early twenties is left to take care of her 8 nieces and nephews after their parents die.
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I felt like the book was a never-ending cycle of the same scenes: The children misbehave and she deals with it. Her sister's mother-in-law shows up and makes a scene so she has to call the police. She chats with her best friend online. She has an emotional breakdown and other people come to her rescue. A very heavy Christian theme. She wears skirts all of the time, no pants at A young woman in her early twenties is left to take care of her 8 nieces and nephews after their parents die. She wears skirts all of the time, no pants at all.
Ready Or Not Aggies Inheritance 1 Chautona Havig
She prays a lot, goes to church, etc. I find it hard to believe that the main character has never been on a real date and has never been kissed by a man.
And apparently shes never really been interested in having a relationship with men or getting married. She is surrounded by two really great, good looking men who obviously really like her, are always there for her, are good with her children and help her constantly. But she doesn't even think in that direction, which I find unbelievable. She seems clueless to what is in front of her fact and it seems stupid.
This was just okay for me. I could barely give it 2 stars. I won't be reading the rest of the books in the series.
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You can almost predict what is going to happen. View 1 comment. Nov 16, Barbara rated it it was amazing. Totally loved this book. It may be due to reading a book when I was in grade school about a family of children who lost their parents and did all they could to stay together and not get pulled apart in foster care. This author just pulls into wishing for the best for this young woman and the responsibility thrust upon her.
With the good advice she is given, it seems to me to be a good book for a prospective mother to read. Looking forward to the sequel. Curse you, Amazon, for making this sound a lot better than it really was. I decided to give this book a whirl because it was available on kindle unlimited and related to enough of the other titles that I'd already read that it came up in the suggestions and it sounded good. I was hoping for a Cheaper by the Dozen rosy glow to things. I was to be heavily disappointed.
It was dreadful. I should have known things weren't going to get better when I opened to the cast of characters, read it, and star Curse you, Amazon, for making this sound a lot better than it really was. I should have known things weren't going to get better when I opened to the cast of characters, read it, and started reading only to discover that the baby didn't make the character list. I was willing to forgive that. Except at separate points, the lead character mentions there being five kids, and another time nine.
How do you forget how many kids you wrote? I forgave that for a time.
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But what I couldn't forgive was the flip-flopping back and forth between perspectives generally told in third person by Aggie where we'd be in Aggie's head and then we were unceremoniously yanked out and dunked in someone else's brain for a paragraph, and then back to Aggie's head. Apparently that didn't bother too many people, because this steaming pile still has a lot of five star reviews.
I just got irritated by Aggie's inability to do anything. Why would anyone leave her in charge of any human when she sucks at taking care of herself? And the "oh, woe is me, a house is so expensive. You obviously don't know how things work, because a horse is not the first thing I would think about when buying a house that needs to be rebuilt. And the constant need to inform us as to how Aggie looks.
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No thanks. I'll pass. It did grate on me also that Aggie sings hymns to go with her moods. I'm much more likely to be signing some song that I listened to on my way into work than a song that I haven't heard since high school, but strange things have been known to happen. The other thing was the condescension of the humans that went "you know how that happens, right?
And you also shouldn't write all of these parents as douchebags just because eight kids is a lot of kids.
Dan Crenshaw Gets Tough Questions At Texas A&M – Occidental Dissent
I was rather salty about that. I thought we'd get some action there where she had to rush the sprout to the hospital for running a dangerous temperature. It was like the author forgot that she'd even written about it.