The Blessing by Jude Deveraux – The New York Times bestselling author of the Summerhouse series crafts an inspirational love story that has “plenty of. A hard-driving businessman sees love with new eyes when a sweet young widow and her son change his life—and his heart—forever. Wealthy corporate. Jason Wilding is a wealthy and powerful man who gives in to his brothers’ wishes and agrees to watch over his brother’s latest love interests’ kid while he wooes.
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But stepping into Amy’s patched-together world has the most remarkable effect — on Jason The mutual attraction is glowing bright, but what to do about David?
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This is not real life! The Blessing When wealthy, hard-driving corporate genius Jason Wilding reluctantly takes a break from his business and his husband-hunting girlfriends for a Christmas visit to his hometown in Abernathy, Kentucky, he has no idea what his physician brother, David, has in store for him. So, the H is JD’s typical workaholic, handsome, built, rich guy who has forgotten his Kentucky ghe. He hires detectives to find her but no luck.
Detailed Review Summary of The Blessing by Jude Deveraux
Soon, Jason sees Amy and her future as a prime target for his strategic planning. A “Courtship of Miles Standish”story about a millionaire who returns to his rural hometown to help out a relative. She didn’t want to be bought. Deveraux is much better at getting the reader involved at the beginning of the story than she is at closing.
Challenged by his brother that there are other children besides Max that need help, he finds out that the children of Abernathy have low scores… he hires tutors — actors, retired doctors, scientists, etc. Dispatched from the UK in 1 business day When will my order arrive? This is supposed to be funny. There are better books out there.
They slept together and a package was delivered on Christmas morning telling her about Jason’s business and how wealthy he was. Amy was attracted to Jason and would never have let him stay with her if he wouldn’t have been told he was gay. Following the publication of her first novel, she resigned her teaching position. And when he smiles, Amy is reminded of a Mount Rushmore monument finally cracking up — in the best possible way.
Jude Deveraux novels are always a hit and The Blessing is no different. Jason suggests Max found is intellectual equal in her. I wish there had been more “fighting” between the brothers to win Amy’s affections–I felt like that was the whole premise but David fizzled before he really started a courtship and then immediately turned to the next available.
Not quite up to Deveraux standards, but easy enough to read. Jude has also stepped outside her milieu, with mixed results. Around the same time she met Mohammed Montassir with whom she had a son, Sam Alexander Montassir, in Importing his private chef to prepare the little one’s food and buying a baby store so that his mother can get real bargains are just the beginning.
Photograph by Kim Jew. Amy felt like she deserved more than that.
She then had a chicken farmer bring in ducks for the building dwveraux thought that Jason was upset at her because she couldn’t find ducks and had ordered the chickens instead. It is one of those books you can’t believe you spent money on to read. The interaction between Amy and Jason continue just so throughout the story. Once again, Jude Deveraux’s deft hand and loving vision conjure up a novel full of surprises and delights, in a story that will warm all our hearts and make us believe in the power of miracles, large and small.
She knew that she would see Jason again and wondered how he would feel about that. When he is renovating the library, the artist who should do the walls falls ill. But Amy’s joy for life, her love for her son, and her sparkling humor are tje — and tiny Max adores Jason beyond reason.