Pamela Carrington Reid
Small Grain of Sand
September 21, 2019 Comments.. 481
Small Grain of Sand Pamela Carrington Reid In her line of business, she really shouldn t have favorites but as a supervisor at a New Zealand early childhood center, Jennifer Mason finds it impossible to resist the charms of the Durand twins Her female coworkers, however, are focused on the allure of the children s enigmatic single father, Phillippe Durand When the handsome Frenchman is faced with a trip abroIn her line of business, she really shouldn t have favorites but as a supervisor at a New Zealand early childhood center, Jennifer Mason finds it impossible to resist the charms of the Durand twins Her female coworkers, however, are focused on the allure of the children s enigmatic single father, Phillippe Durand When the handsome Frenchman is faced with a trip abroad with his children, he approaches Jennifer with an offer a summer job as the twins nanny on the idyllic island of Tahiti Amid swaying palm trees and blazing sunsets, Jennifer forges a tentative friendship with her employer and begins to put together the pieces of this mysterious man Phillippe, a former member of the Church, is haunted by a past fraught with death and heartbreak Determined to help him rekindle the flame of his faith, Jennifer is caught off guard by the spark of romance that grows undeniable by the day But when Phillippe s painful past threatens their blossoming relationship, will true love really have the power to conquer all. Small Grain of Sand In her line of business she really shouldn t have favorites but as a supervisor at a New Zealand early childhood center Jennifer Mason finds it impossible to resist the charms of the Durand twins He
  • Title: Small Grain of Sand
  • Author: Pamela Carrington Reid
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  • Page: 255
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    1. Tausha says:

      I am not even sure why I liked this one so much It was pretty predictable, but kept my full attention easily I just fell in love with the twins and wanted them to be part of a family Jennifer was obviously the key to that happening The major conflict of the story was resolved way to easily, but I actually appreciated that this time The faith of the Mason family came through very strong but without being pushy or judgemental Phillippe returned to his childhood faith rather quickly but I have seen [...]

    2. Lynette says:

      I definitely got into this sweet little LDS story about a return missionary working at a daycare Nicely woven symbolism of a grain of sand making a pearl throughout the book It s nice to be reminded of gospel principles while reading a romance, as weird as that is If I m going to be caught up in a story, it might as well be clean and gospel centered That makes it totally guilt free

    3. Jessica Liza says:

      Pretty good book Super predictable, but still enjoyable for me.

    4. Ruth says:

      Beautiful beyond words

    5. Amanda Caswell says:

      I saw this book in the Deseret Book catalogue and it looked interesting enough to get on the waiting list at the library When it was finally my turn, I read it and returned it the next day with a new author to add to my favorites list Jennifer Mason works manages a childcare facility in New Zealand and really come to care for a pair of twins with a divorced father She s delighted to receive an offer to nanny the children for a few weeks in Tahiti, but reluctant to encourage a relationship with s [...]

    6. Erica says:

      Cute story about a returned LDS missionary who runs a daycare center in New Zealand Although she s not supposed to have favorites, she s grown tremendously fond of the Durand twins over the last 18 months Enter their long work days, handsome, French speaking divorced dad He s gone through a sting of nannies, and needs some help with kiddos while he goes to Tahiti for several weeks to help with a family project Nice story with a slowly developed romance as opposed to insta love and a lost testimo [...]

    7. Kathryn says:

      Very enjoyable read with a steady pace and pull to see what will happen The characters were so personable Spoiler jennifer mason had a roll as the day care director and didn t mix work, or play favorites, that is until she met the Durand twins They didn t have a mother figure, they had a handsome French father that she didn t want to admit she noticed and the twins had a special place in her heart because of her mission to France What happens is she gets talked into nannying the two children on [...]

    8. Jenni C says:

      I would really give this book 2.5 stars if I could Cute story Balanced amount of romance with reality problems with religion I wish the author made Tahiti meaningful to the reader gave the audience something to hold onto in their soul about this foreign and interesting land.ead basic descriptions of water, flowers, wind, sun was presented I thought the author did a great job building the character of Philippe, but Jennifer s character was a bit shifty and I had a very hard time accepting her as [...]

    9. Linnae says:

      Jennifer runs a childcare center in New Zealand While she loves all the kids, her two most favorites are a set of twins When their father, a good looking Frenchman named Phillipe, makes an offer for her and her sister to travel with them, Jennifer agrees though with some reservations about mixing work with personal life Then her sister is unable to go, and it s Jennifer who is the solo nanny for the trip She is determined to help Phillipe find his faith in God again, and soon finds herself falli [...]

    10. Debbie says:

      Jennifer Mason is the director of a day care One of the parents makes her and her sister, Dani, a proposal He needs a nanny for his twin children while the family is in Tahiti There is a glitch, and Jennifer ends up going alone with the family She and the twins have several adventures while in Tahiti The twin s father is trying to protect his children from their mother, and several things happen, but there are twists to this story I really liked this book, as did my daughter It is a great story. [...]

    11. Patricia says:

      I really enjoyed this LDS fiction story Probably what I liked the most is that it was different It was in a different setting New Zealand and Tahiti The characters weren t your mainstream Utah Idaho Mormons The main characters didn t objectify each other There were not a lot of the old romance novel cliches I found it a very sweet and refreshing story I was a little put off by the dearth of reviews but decided to take a chance and read this anyway I am glad I did I would like to read by this au [...]

    12. Rachael Dorronsoro says:

      This book starts a little slow for me and took me at least a couple of chapters to actually want to read it and not put it down, the story is sweet and clean, Jennifer Mason works at a daycare and has a relationship with two twins, when she meets there father, he intrigues her, he asks her to nanny for him while he works and she agrees, I don t want to give too much away but this story is about loss, love, betrayal and happiness, a great story.

    13. April says:

      Jennifer Mason is a teacher at a day care center Among her favorite children are Simmone and Patrick Durrand They are four year old twins Through interesting events Jennifer becomes their nanny for a few weeks on Tahiti She and Phillippe, the twins father, fall in love Sweet story I may have not been in the mood for romance since I found the happily ever after just a little too good to be true.

    14. Leslie says:

      I really liked this book It is by an LDS author and has good morals in it Jennifer is supervisor at a New Zealand early childhood center and has twins that she is really attached to She ends up being a nanny for the children for the summer in Tahiti and many things happen while she is on this island It was an easy, relaxing read.

    15. Cheri says:

      A predictable but cute story Recently returned missionary Jennifer Mason works as a supervisor at a childcare center in New Zealand Being a twin herself, she becomes attached to the Durand twins, that are being raised in a single parent home by their father, Phillippe.

    16. Karen says:

      So, so good My mom pointed out that the physical description of the heroine is never explicitly laid out, making her easy to relate to It is almost impossible to find a novel Covenant Communication or not, that is not about beautiful, perfect extroverts.

    17. Laura says:

      This book was predictable, but sweet The hero is wallowing in dark places and the heroine is able to lift him out of the darkness and into a world with love and light A cute little story of love and redemption.

    18. Lisa says:

      Cute book.

    19. Susan Lee says:

      Just a fun easy read without all the suspense Love the happy ever after ending

    20. Liz Christensen says:

      A silly LDS romance novel that I picked up to have something to read I really liked that the author didn t immediately have the heroine quit her job and be saved by the man in the story.

    21. Jennie says:

      A little slow and predictable, but fascinating detail about Tahiti and members of the Church outside of the USA.

    22. Susan says:

      Interesting how a small grain of sand irritates the oyster until it turns into a pearl Jennifer irritates Philippe until she becomes his pearl, and he becomes a man of her dreams.

    23. Lynette says:

      I really liked the characters, and I got to pretend to be in New Zealand and Tahiti Fun

    24. Peggy says:

      Basic LDS romance but I enjoyed it being set in the South Pacific islands.

    25. Francie says:

      A nice escapist LDS romance this time based in Tahiti even than NZ Sometimes its fun to just read a sweet story with a happy ending.

    26. Anna says:

      A light LDS romance in a beautiful exotic location I gave it and extra star just for the setting.

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