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by Janice Kay Johnson

  • ISBN: 0373717709
  • Category: United States
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Janice Kay Johnson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin Superromance; Original edition (April 10, 2012)
  • ePub book: 1833 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1127 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 975

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She could see him better than he could probably see her, as light shining through the living room window fell on his face as he stopped. His voice was deep and quiet et?. I actually came out to feed the horses. She liked that he asked, but didn’t trust him. All asleep except Sorrel. His shoulders moved slightly. Teenagers tend to be night owls. She looks older, he said thoughtfully. She, um, acts older than that in some ways.

Forgiveness Is A Choice–Love Isn't. No emotional connection means zero risk of being hurt. Nate Hendrick’s and Anna Grainger’s lives were changed–and entwined–forever, in one terrifying instant. That’s all it took for Anna’s husband to die saving the life of Nate’s daughter. Battling heartache and guilt, Nate offers Anna the only consolation he can: a place for her family to stay while she figures things out. Neither expects the arrangement to be anything more than a convenience, but as their families come together, old wounds begin to heal and hearts mend.

The Call of Bravery book. Janice Kay Johnson is the author of over a hundred books for children and adults. Her first four published romance novels were coauthored with her mother, also a writer who has since published mysteries and children's books on her own. These were "sweet" romance novels, the author hastens to add; she isn't sure they'd have felt comfortable coauthoring passionate love scenes! Janice graduated from Janice Kay Johnson is the author of over a hundred books for children and adults.

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The Call of Bravery by Janice Kay Johnson is a very believable heartwarming tale of love, and finding one's self again. A woman, who is a foster mother finds a Federal Agent on her doorstep and he asks her if a couple other agents can use the attic to watch the neighbors house, who the federal government suspected of making and selling illegal drugs.

Book in the A Brother's Word Series). DEA agent Conall MacLachlan has learned that the hard way. And it's been the key to his survival. by Janice Kay Johnson. Select Format: Mass Market Paperback. So why is his latest assignment getting to him? Could be that he's back in the town he rejected years ago. But he suspects the real reason is Lia Woods.

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No emotional connection means zero risk of being hurt. DEA agent Conall MacLachlan has learned that the hard way. And it's been the key to his survival. So why is his latest assignment getting to him? Could be that he's back in the town he rejected years ago. But he suspects the real reason is Lia Woods.He's instantly and powerfully attracted to Lia—something that's never happened to him. And running a surveillance operation from her house has them too close—he can't catch his breath. Between her and her foster kids, Conall feels the domestic ties tighten…yet it's not so bad. He just needs to be brave enough to take what Lia offers.

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Broadraven Broadraven
A great ending to a well-done series, as Conal reluctantly gives up his childhood perceptions and vows in favor of an adult's realities and happiness. The series was especially interesting, as all three brothers dealt with traumatic residuals from their childhood/teenage years, and chose to let go and move forward - with the help of strong, supportive, and loving women. The men's involvement with children was a key to their moving forward, and a positive role model. Great!
Ginaun Ginaun
I loved this book, which is why I orderd it. It came quickly and in good shape. Pleased with my choice.
Blackredeemer Blackredeemer
Ms. Johnson writes great characters that you really care about. I thouroughly enjoyed all 3 of the books in this series.
IGOT IGOT
Sorry I can only say I enjoy her books and try to get them all. That goes for the other authors books that I ordered and read.
Sti Sti
Rating: 4.5 stars. _Mild graphic sexual content.
Note: Stands alone read. 3rd in the A Brothers Word series.

GOOD READ! Well written, heart touching storyline about the devastation of parental loss and determining your own destiny, complex characters, amazing secondary cast, a sweet second chance for estranged brothers and traumatized foster children, a rocky, yet thoughtful romance, and the ending packs an intense emotional impact. HOWEVER BE AWARE, this is a low-key, slow paced storyline, but it is well worth the read.

THIS STORY follows adrenaline junky and DEA agent Conall MacLachlan, his estranged older brothers, Duncan and Niall, foster mom, Lia Woods, and her vulnerable foster kids, Sorrel, age thirteen, and orphaned brothers, Brendon, and Walker, ages eight and ten. As a child, Conall and his brothers were abandoned by their parents. Eldest son Duncan, gave up his plans for college to take care of both brothers and in the process became a tyrant to keep rebellious Conall in line. Conall left home as soon as he could and never contacted Duncan again.

As the story unfolds, the DEA sends Conall back to his home town to set up surveillance on a rural farm that can only be seen from Lia's farmhouse attic. He spends nights doing his job, but spends his days coaxing two grieving brothers out of their shell, and getting to know Lia who provides troubled kids with a loving, stable home. Gradually Conall lets go of his childhood pain and resentment, reconnects with his estranged brothers, makes peace with his past and learns to love again.

OVERALL, a touching story about family relationships, forgiving yourself and loved ones, and seizing second chances. The A BROTHERS WORD series includes Between Love and Duty, From Father to Son, and The Call of Bravery.

You may also enjoy the complex characters and storytelling of N. Bruhns, A. Stuart, or E. Palfrey. For sweet, funny, heart touching romances with great descriptive imagery try Susan Fox and Cara Colter.
Altad Altad
The hero Conall had a hard childhood. At the age of 12, he loses both parents -- his father goes to jail and his mother abandons the family, which also includes 15-year-old Niall and 18-year-old Duncan. Duncan sacrifices college to look after his brothers, but his approach is so strict that Conall and Niall grow up feeling resentful and unloved. All three become emotionally closed off, especially Conall who goes on to become a DEA agent.

It's realistic and touching how Conall forms emotional bonds for the first time since childhood, losing his heart to Lia, his temporary landlady, and two of her foster kids, a pair of orphaned brothers who have just lost their mother to cancer. His job forces him to interact with Duncan, someone he's ignored for over a decade, and he starts to see him in a new light. Gradually, Conall begins to understand that not only has he been loved all along, but he's also capable of loving. Lia, the kids and his brothers all help slowly crack his protective shell, and I was really moved by how deep Conall's feelings ran once he allowed himself to let others in.

The book is a stand-alone read, although I highly recommend the first two books in the series -- Between Love and Duty (Harlequin Superromance) (Duncan) and From Father to Son (Harlequin Superromance) (Niall).
Meri Meri
The Call of Bravery by Janice Kay Johnson is a very believable heartwarming tale of love, and finding one's self again.
A woman, who is a foster mother finds a Federal Agent on her doorstep and he asks her if a couple other agents can use the attic to watch the neighbors house, who the federal government suspected of making and selling illegal drugs. Reluctantly she consents to having these agents come into her house, but never expects the attraction which hits her, the first time she meets the two agents. One of the agents will make her heart stir and cause her to hope in something she desires, a family.
I liked this book and I look forward to reading more by this author.
And it deserves so much more than five stars. The story has a depth seldom found in the romance genre, it has suspense, love, a re-opening of the past coming to understand and accept what was and realizing that because ones parents were worse than bad, their children can, and in this case did, turn into honorable and kind hearted men. It also deals with the subject of foster parenting again a subject we really don't find in romance stories. All in all it is a magic story about love and family and about change. In other words I was blown away by this story and will forever be a fan.