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Miss Janies Girls txt Miss Janies Girls , text ebook Miss Janies Girls , adobe reader Miss Janies Girls , chapter 2 Miss Janies Girls , Miss Janies Girls ec41ff A Bittersweet Reunion Becomes A Time For Looking Back And Starting Over In A Heartwarming New Novel From New York Times Bestselling Author Carolyn BrownMiss Janie Is At The End Of A Long And Full Life, But She Has No Intention Of Crossing That Finish Line Until She S Found Her Girls It S Been Ten Years Since Teresa And Kayla Shook Off The Dust Of Birthright, Texas, Went Their Separate Ways, And Never Looked Back Apart From Their Foster Mom, Miss Janie, They Don T Have Many Fond Memories Of Their Hometown Or Of Each Other Still, Neither Can Forget The Kind Woman Who Opened Her Home And Heart To Two Teenagers In NeedWhen A Private Investigator Who Just Happens To Be Miss Janie S Handsome Nephew Tracks Them Both Down And Tells Them Miss Janie Is Dying, Teresa And Kayla Know Deep Down That They Ve Got To Be There For Her As She Had Been There For ThemWith Teresa And Kayla Together Again Under The Same Roof, Old Tensions May Flare, But With Miss Janie S Help, They Might Rediscover That Home Is The Perfect Place For New Beginnings


About the Author: Carolyn Brown

Hi I m twenty five years old and movie star gorgeous The camera added thirty plus years and a few wrinkles Can t trust those cameras or mirrors either Along with bathroom scales they are notorious liars Honestly, I am the mother of three fantastic grown children who ve made me laugh and given me story ideas than I could ever write My husband, Charles, is my strongest supporter and my be



10 thoughts on “Miss Janies Girls

  1. says:

    Miss Janie s running out of time and she has one last chance to re connect with her girls.Will they want to come back Will they even be found Miss Janie is dying of cancer and is battling Alzheimers and she s left notes for her girls in case she loses her memory.What isn t predicted is how the girls will react to the news and if they d come to her aid.As the story rolls along we get highly charged emotional energy that leaps off every page in regards to the circumstances of not only Janie but the girls Teresa Kayla and I d even include the nephew Noah.It s truly an eye opening experience to go through the powerful situation with each one of them in their own individual times.A number of secrets are revealed to clarify the situation and it s a tear jerker by the time it s all completed.No doubt the attorney and nephew may not have known how deep the scars can divide but also how they can conquer and unite.It s a remarkable read on all levels.Thank you to Carolyn Brown, Montlake Romance, and Kindle for this ARC in exchange for this honest review.


  2. says:

    This is such a touching novel that shows love and forgiveness can heal all broken hearts Surviving a big loss as a teenager, Miss Janie became the foster mother of two young girls who were removed from an abusive and negligent home After being diagnosed with Alzheimers and Cancer, Miss Janie knew her time was coming to an end With the help of her great nephew Noah, her girls Teresa and Kayla, were finally coming back home Will being with Miss Janie again help the girls forget their hurtful pasts and move on to a wonderful future or will they lose their one chance of happiness Author Carolyn Brown has such a magical touch with her writing I felt all of the emotions in this beautiful novel


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    I want to start by saying that I took longer to read this book than normal because I had to take breaks See Carolyn Brown did such an amazing job with this book that I felt every emotion they felt in the story I am not an emotional person and it takes A LOT to make me cry but this book had me crying almost every time I picked it up, and because of this I needed breaks When I finished Miss Janie s Girls I was in love with the book Miss Janie is dying and wants to see her girls one time before she is gone She misses them so much She has enlisted her nephew that is a private investigator and a lawyer to help her Now Noah is in a race to find and bring them home.Teresa and Kayla left Birthright and Miss Janie ten years ago, and when they left, they went their own ways Not once did they look back, the only good memory was their foster mom Miss Janie.First Noah finds Teresa and she agrees to come home to care for the only Mother that loved her Now she is living in her old room with Janie downstairs and Noah in another room.With the help of Teresa Noah finds Kayla and sends a message for her to come home Kayla is willing to come home and see what she can do to help as she is down on her luck.Now all of them are living in Miss Janie s house helping her as much as they can Miss Janie has good days and bad days, and Teresa, Kayla, and Noah must work through them They also need to face the past to move on to the future This time together might be just what everyone needs to heal and start new.Be sure to have some tissue nearby, you will need it ARC provided by author for an honest review.


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    Book Review ARCMiss Janie s Girls by author, Carolyn Brown Expected Release July 28th 2020Sarah Jane Jackson A girl with a turbulent childhood, now a women well into advanced age She s praying for time, time to find her girls and to bring them home before her life takes a direction she s not fully prepared for.Miss Janie s Girls is a story that will break your heart, as well as leave you with the true meaning of what home and family are all about.Along the way there is heartbreak through turmoil, anger, shame, disgrace and loss, but also the discovery of strength through love, hope and healing This is a touching novel that brings the reader full circle through the lives of it s characters that struggle with the demons of the past and move toward a bittersweet future one of uncertainty, but hopeful for one of promise as memories of the past are put to rest, and new memories begin to shine through.Ms Brown also introduces us to two very unique characters that are as destructive as they are painful those being Cancer and Alzheimer s They play a major role within this story and are written with care, purpose and meaning which adds a very distinct layer to this emotional narrative, one of empathy and understanding Miss Janie s Girls is a compelling read that will engage the reader with Ms Brown s ability to bring an impactful story line to the small town southern setting of Birthright, Texas A place for new beginnings, a bit of romance and the strength of community.4 Stars MissJaniesGirls CarolynBrown MontlakeRomanceWild Sage Book BlogNovels N Latte Book Club


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    Miss Janie s Girls by Carolyn Brown left me slightly confused The story of two girls, adopted while in high school by Miss Janie who worked at the school, have come home to take care of Miss Janie as she faces death due to Alzheimer s and bone cancer The description of Miss Janie s decline is vivid and heart wrenching Obviously Carolyn Brown has done her research As Miss Janie floats back between 16 years of age and the present time, she seems to be the only sensible one in the book Teresa and Kayla move back after being away for 10 years and try to rebuild relationships with each other and with Miss Janie The story is very, very good and I did enjoy the premise of the book My only complaint is sometimes the dialogue seems to be stilted The sentences were short and choppy and didn t sound the way the characters would speak Teresa, who has some college education, sometimes used poor grammar Other times, she spoke as if she was educated I m not sure if the bad grammar was sarcasm or if Brown truly did not realize she was doing that If you can look past the choppy dialogue then Miss Janie s Girls is definitely a beautiful story It should be a must read for anyone dealing with the strains of Alzheimer s in a family.


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    Miss Janie s Girls is a beautifully written, emotionally charged story of how the events of childhood can affect the growth into adulthood and how love can help heal those wounds Miss Janie was a teenage, pregnant girl forced to give up her twins for adoption and then banished to live with her aunt which turned into a blessing Later in life, she took in two troubled, angry foster daughters and showed them the love they had been missing Teresa and Kayla both left Miss Janie when they turned 18 and didn t return because of their perceived shame with the shambles they have made of their lives Miss Janie is battling cancer and Alzheimer s and has asked her nephew, Noah, to track down the girls and ask them to come home As Noah, Teresa and Kayla come together to take care of Miss Janie, they find forgiveness, healing and the family they need to continue on after Miss Janie is gone They learn that love, compassion and understanding are the gifts that life has to offer and to share those will fulfill their hearts This is a story filled with love, laughs, a lot of tears keep the tissue box close.I received an advanced reader copy from the publisher but all thoughts and feelings are my own.


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    This is a beautiful book but I m not sure I would call it a romance exactly There is romance in the book for both Teresa and Kayla and Noah, the nephew but any romance is secondary Really, this felt like a family saga, a drama about healing from really difficult pasts and coming to redefine what family really means It was well written and detailed, leading to heightened emotions as the cast of characters fought against their pasts and their losses, including the inevitable loss of Ms Janie, who has both cancer and Alzheimer The battle against Alzheimer, especially, was detailed and heartbreaking and there were many times I really wanted to take a break because I felt so bad about what all the characters, including Ms Janie, had to go through But I read on, really appreciating how well the author teased emotion out of each character and built a beautiful hopeful world for some lost souls There were some slow parts in the book, borne from all the details but overall, I enjoyed the book I received an early copy from NetGalley.


  8. says:

    Miss Janie s Girls is another of Carolyn Brown s beautiful stories about what constitutes family Teresa and Kayla, who were fostered by Miss Janie, are pressured by Noah, Jane s great nephew and attorney to return and assist the dying woman during her final weeks The girls have to learn to let go of their past perceptions of themselves and each other to be able get along to make their foster mother comfortable Many secrets are revealed in the process and new plans are made I love that this author is able to reveal the deepest fears and longings of her characters without drowning her readers in angst Trusting self and others plays an important role in the plat I love that she uses the lyrics of familiar songs to illustrate her characters personalities fully I love that she has lived long enough to have learned what truly matters and shares those insights in her stories I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Most highly recommend.


  9. says:

    I have read a lot of Carolyn Brown s books and this is the first time I have mixed feelings about it.Janie s story was heartbreaking, how her parents treated her was just cruel Not physically but mentally cruel She fosters two young girls who had troubled pasts, even though they were shown love from Janie they disappear for years Years go by and Janie s nephew Noah, who also had a difficult childhood, returns to her to find the girls she had fostered years ago to bring them home to her at a hard time in her life.This story was heartbreaking on so, so many levels I struggled with the story line and had to push myself through it The other thing that made it a struggle for me was how repetitive parts of the story was, it was like groundhog day in some parts It is a story about forgiveness, rediscovery and making up for past mistakes and honouring the memory of a loved one.ARC received by Netgally in exchange for a fair and honest review.


  10. says:

    Miss Janie is suffering from Alzheimer s, and has also been recently been diagnosed with cancer Her great nephew Noah has been tasked with finding the 2 young ladies she fostered in their teenage years, and having them come home before it is too late Miss Janie s moments of lucidity are interspersed with times when she loses herself into her past, as is common with Alzheimer s patients Theresa and Kayla, her foster daughters confront their pasts and work toward healing, and moving forward in their lives.This was a good book, but somehow the delivery of the story didn t really allow me to connect with the characters as much as I would have liked I some of the sadder parts, I would have expected to feel than I did I did like the growth that occurred with each of the characters, and also seeing their relationships with each other grow A solid 3 star book I received a copy of this book through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.


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