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by Chautona Havig

  • Author: Chautona Havig
  • ISBN: 1470019949
  • ISBN13: 978-1470019945
  • ePub: 1693 kb | FB2: 1595 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 29, 2012)
  • Pages: 314
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 509
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Here We Come (Aggie) ePub download

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It seemed like the weather had remembered the day and chosen to grieve with Aggie and her little clan of Stuarts. She drove alone, neither Tina nor Luke there to lend the support she desperately craved. To be truthful, she felt a little sorry for herself

I loved this book as Aggie and Luke get ready for their wedding.

I loved this book as Aggie and Luke get ready for their wedding. They have fights, petty arguments, and lots of fun together. They truly care for each other and look out for the other one. As with the other two books, I was impressed with how well the children were done. It is hard when writing about eight kids to give them different personalities, but Havig did.

Here We Come Aggie is the third book in a series, and I think it might be better to read the others first. The story revolves around Aggie and her efforts to keep a large brood in check while she plans her wedding

Here We Come Aggie is the third book in a series, and I think it might be better to read the others first. The story revolves around Aggie and her efforts to keep a large brood in check while she plans her wedding.

2012) (The third book in the Aggie's Inheritance series) A novel by Chautona Havig. The last thing Aggie ever expected was to be a single mom-of eight. The second to last thing Aggie ever expected was to be a homeschooling single mom-of eight.

Here We Come: Christian Fiction. Book three of the Aggie's Inheritance Series. Past Forward, by Chautona Havig. Past Forward: I remember writing that. It sounded like something I would have asked as a little girl. Find this Pin and more on Aggie's Inheritance Series by Chautona: Just the Write Escape. What others are saying. Here We Come: Christian Fiction. Read it. Here We Come Chautona Havig. Wedding bells are ringing for Aggie, or they will be if all that can go wrong will stop doing so. More information. Article by. Chautona: Just the Write Escape.

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In the hubbub of wedding preparations, Christmas celebrations, and a house full of lively children, Aggie is feeling overwhelmed and unappreciated. Add to that two puppies who are growing faster than she can replace chewed shoes and fix dug fences, it seems like things just can’t get any worse. Then, as she should be enjoying the most exciting time of her life, she’s faced with her worst nightmare.
Foginn
Sigh...what do I say about this series? Because you do need to know that it is a series of 3 (the kind of series where the story doesn't really resolve until you've read all 3).

This first one: "Ready or Not" was really cute. I liked Aggie. I liked how she handled the guardianship of her nieces and nephews. The grieving, the humor, the way the author portrays real life is exceptional in this novel. Even though there were 8 kids to contend with, the author did a fantastic job of making me know each character individually so there was no confusion. While the book was not a "sit on the edge of your seat" type of book, it was an enjoyable read. The second in the story, the main characters started to annoy me with their holier-than-though attitudes but it was still tolerable.

By the 3rd? I wouldn't even want to be in a room with Aggie or her "mama's boy" boyfriend! They were really getting on my nerves.

Others have commented that the author seems to be preaching to her readers through Aggie and I saw it minimally in the first novel, but by the 3rd, I felt like I'd been hit upside the head. It really took away from the story having all the life lessons and parenting ideas that this author feels I should know. I would consider myself a conservative Christian. I am in full time ministry and homeschool my 4 children. I like the show about the Duggar family. However, unless you want to be "preached" to about the virtues of you adopting a lifestyle similar to that, you might want to pick a different series.
Forcestalker
Although I enjoyed this book, it wasn't as interesting as the middle book, and took me a while longer to get through. Apparently there's also a gap between this book and the next one in the series, so I probably won't be continuing on.

Overall though, I did enjoy reading about all the kids and how their lives played out on a day to day basis. The plot for each book wasn't stunning or twisty, but it was interesting enough to make me feel like I was getting to know the characters and their lifestyle. All the characters are realistic and unique.
Kamuro
Age Appropriate For: 13 and up for mild romance, mild peril, and reading level
Best for Ages: 13 and up

I have now completed the Aggie’s inheritance trilogy, and it has been one of the most satisfying series I have ever read. Havig’s books always feature down-to-earth characters who deal with everyday issues, yet she manages to keep things interesting.

My only complaint in this entire series is that Aggie was getting a bit irritating. I think the author wanted to show that motherhood was a real, full time job. She did this by showing how hard it can be. While I do not dispute the fact motherhood is a full time job, I think the author was a little over dramatic at times with how hard she made it.

I loved this book as Aggie and Luke get ready for their wedding. They were such a sweet couple, and I hope we get to read more of their story in a future book. They have fights, petty arguments, and lots of fun together. They truly care for each other and look out for the other one.

As with the other two books, I was impressed with how well the children were done. It is hard when writing about eight kids to give them different personalities, but Havig did.

I highly recommend this whole series to anyone who loves books about everyday people, stories with high moral standards, or anyone looking for a relaxing read.
Wenaiand
I am just now commenting on this series books, Addie's Inheritance. I'll go back and review the others afterwards, but I couldn't wait to read the rest of the series. These have been marvelous. Thank you, Ms Havig, for writing them. I love this series. I'll be sure to read more of your books later. Is it 22 year old aunt when this book begins. Her sister live eight children for her to raise. There are heart aches and troubles, but there is so much joy and laughter in these books. Each book end leaves you wanting more with this family. This one left me happy for Luke and Aggie.
I got the first book as one of my Book Bubs. That's bookbub.com, in case you didn't know. Book Bub's has different types of books, and this one is inspirational. I hope everyone will read these Aggie's Inheritance books if you are romantic in the least. Love, love, love this series. I am so pleased, and so happy to have read this series of books.
I got the first one either at a discount or free. I read almost exclusively online now, but I still have boxes of books to reread if I should lose the ability to read online. And I still buy some! If you are considering buying this book, please get the other ones first. In fact, buy all three!
Vojar
I've loved everyone one of the"Aggie" series and I can't wait for more. There is so much more left in this series. They are all well written with very few mistakes and that in itself is great. Ms Havig is not just a great story teller, she really cares about her readers. If you didn't get this from the book description then you should know that these are strongly based Christian novels so if that turns you off then don't get it. Although these books really need to be read in order so I expect that anyone who has made it to this book already knows this and must be OK with it. I love all the characters, though sometimes I just want to thump various ones in the head! Even Aggie when I think she's over reacting to some situations but then I realize what a huge change occurs in her life-becoming an "instant" Mom to her sister's 8! children at the age of only 22. I only have one and it can still feel overwhelming at times and when you are so dead tired even small things can cause an over reaction. I love to remember that there are so many people who live their faith the way the people in this story do. It has inspired me to show and teach my daughter even more how important it is to know God in the way I do. That is a life-changing event for me and that is what a 5 star rating means to me.(I borrowed that from a reviewer who wrote out what his ratings meant and I loved it). I was giving 5's to books that I loved but they weren't "life changing" by any means. Needless to say, I don't give hardly any of them now. Thank you, Chautona for such a fun and uplifting book!
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