Two Weeks (The Baxter Family, #5)



Two Weeks (The Baxter Family, #5) If only she could go back and paint the picture of her life differently Elise never would ve talked to Randy at that party And she wouldn t be pregnant.Cole Blake is months away from going off to college to pursue his dream a career in medicine But as he starts his final semester of high school, he meets Elise, a mysterious new girl who captures his attention and heart.Elise is determined to mend her wild ways and become the good girl she used to be But not long after the semester begins, she discovers she s pregnant Eighteen and alone, she shares her secret with Cole Undaunted by the news, and in love for the first time in his life, Cole commits to support Elise even if it means skipping college, marrying her, and raising another man s baby.When Elise decides to place her baby for adoption, she is matched with Aaron and Lucy Williams, who moved to Bloomington, Indiana, to escape their painful years of infertility.But as Elise s due date draws near, she becomes focused on one truth she has two weeks to change her mind about the adoption With Cole keeping vigil and Lucy and Aaron waiting to welcome their new baby, Elise makes an unexpected decision one that changes everyone s plans.Tender and deeply moving, Two Weeks is a story about love, faith, and what it really means to be a family. Best Download [ Two Weeks (The Baxter Family, #5) ] by [ Karen Kingsbury ] – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 356 pages
  • Two Weeks (The Baxter Family, #5)
  • Karen Kingsbury
  • English
  • 03 July 2017
  • 147670743X

10 thoughts on “Two Weeks (The Baxter Family, #5)

  1. Susan says:

    Two WeeksKaren KingsburyTWO WEEKS is the fifth book in the Baxter Family Series by Karen Kingsbury It is the story of Cole Blake, Ashley Baxter s son and how he is anxiously waiting to leave home to attend college and peruse a career in medicine In his final semester of high school, he meets Elise and his heart and mind thinks of nothing else but her Elise comes with lots of trouble including the fact that she is pregnant by her abusive ex boyfriend and she s not sure what she is going to do Two WeeksKaren KingsburyTWO WEEKS is the fifth book in the Baxter Family Series by Karen ...

  2. Anna says:

    I have followed the Baxter family through thick and thin Cole, Ashley Baxter Blake s oldest son is months away from attending college, with plans to pursue a career as a doctor, following in his grandfather s footsteps Ashley and her husband, Landon, are proud of Cole s accomplishments, but are feeling sentimental about Cole s graduation and departure for college.Elsie Walker has moved to Bloomington to live with her Aunt and Uncle to escape an abusive relationship and finish her senior year I have followed the Baxter family through thick and thin Cole, Ashley Baxter Blake s oldest son is months away from attending college, with plans to pursue a career as a doctor, following in his grandfather s footsteps Ashley and her husband, Landon, are proud of Cole s accomplishments, but are feeling sentimental about Cole s graduation and departure for college.Elsie Walker has moved to Bloomington to live with her Aunt and Uncle to escape an abusive relationship and finish her senior year She s relieved about having a fresh start, and plans to apply to NYU to study art.When Cole meets Elsie in science class, he is immediately infatuated They begin spending time tog...

  3. Joy says:

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Karen Kingsbury is an author that does not sugar coat anything related to hardships and has a unique way of turning fictional characters into family members that we really feel like are our own.Elise has one goal in mind NYU She s a painter through and through and nothing is going to stop her from accomplishing her dream That is, until she finds out that she s pregnant by her abusive ex boyfriend That s when her world crash I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Karen Kingsbury is an author that does not sugar coat anything related to hardships and has a unique way of turning fictional charac...

  4. Tracy says:

    Seriously crying

  5. Jennifer says:

    Two Weeks gets two stars for its two dimensional portrayal of a multifaceted issue The novel centers around one question If you d been a senior in college when you got pregnantwhat would you have done It presents a binary perspective setting up abortion as the evil beast versus pro life as the valiant prince It is a saccharine sweet Christian fiction fairy tale, in which the dialogue between characters consists of, Every have one of those days Where everything goes right You know, b Two Weeks gets two stars for its two dimensional portrayal of a multifaceted issue The novel centers around one question If you d been a senior in college when you got pregnantwhat would you have done It presents a binary perspective setting up abortion as the evil beast versus pro life as the valiant prince It is a saccharine sweet Christian fiction fairy tale, in which the dialogue between characters consists of, Every have one of those days Where everything goes right You know, baby, that s what I love about you You don t know how to have a bad day Consistent with its genre, Two Weeks reinforces the fundamentalist misogynistic notion of female subordination, damsel in distre...

  6. Melissa says:

    I was starting to think that I was going to give up on Kingsbury s books Other than To the Moon and Back, I have not really cared for the books in this series This one was a bit better than the last one though What I liked Kingsbury truly knows how to capture emotion, especially when it comes to dealing with untimely death The picture of God s faithfulness and care for those experiencing unimaginable pain is fantastic and will bring needed hope The depiction of the lasts that everyone go I was starting to think that I was going to give up on Kingsbury s books Other than To the Moon and Back, I have not really cared for the books in this series This one was a bit bette...

  7. Karen says:

    Karen continues to write wonderful family Christian fiction that has a story that grabs you This one is based around teen pregnancy, adoption, and infertility Beautifully done.

  8. Cathy says:

    Riveting This book kept me glued to the pages the last 2 days It was heart wrenching at times and had many poignant moments The sweet teenage romance brought tears to my eyes many times I have been reading the Baxter family books for the last 18 years and have seen Cole grow up He is the hero in this book, and what a fine man of God hero he is He is so much like his adoptive dad, Landon, who I absolutely adored because of his great love for Ashley that was told in the earlier books My hea Riveting This book kept me glued to the pages the last 2 days It was heart wrenching at times and had many poignant moments The ...

  9. Rissa says:

    Cole is a senior in high school and falling in love with a girl that doesnt have her life together, in fact Elises life is completely falling apart until she meets Cole Aaron and his wife want nothingthan to have a baby but ...

  10. Kim says:

    Always Amazing Loved it

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