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Ich glaube an Gott, und das gefällt ihren Eltern nicht. Und das wollen Sie nicht. Darfst Du als gläubiger Muslim ein fremdes Mädchen umarmen?
Was würde deine Familie zu einer Christin sagen? Ganz ehrlich Es wäre mir egal was sie dazu sagen. Sowas hab ich noch nie gespürt.
Bodesurry Ich bin 17 und sie 16 Meinem Vater wäre es egal und meine Mutter will eh das ich eine Freundin finde.
Ihre Eltern sind das Problem. An was "glaubst" du Joh. Wie definierst du "Liebe" Gal. An ein Leben mit einer Frau, die du nicht kennst und keine Ahnung hast 1.
Das 2. Stimmt schon mal net. Diese Zitat. Googel doch mal nach dieser Whiteboard-Animation, die erklärt ganz einfach, wie man sowas feststellen kann: Liebe oder lieber nicht?
Hast du evtl. Ich finde es nicht. Sturmwolke Der link lädt zwar nicht vollständig aber ich danke dir trotzdem. Sturmwolke Wow danke das hat mir so gut weiter geholfen Nun werde ich abwarten und schauen wie sich die Situation entwickelt.
Ich will sie besser kennen lernen Ich danke dir! Was ist ihre Nationalität und deine? Und welchen " glauben" habt ihr? Oder du? Sie ist römisch orthodox die einzige aus ihrer Familie Und ich bin Moslem.
Habe ich mir gedacht, dass du Moslem bist :. Blabla Ich 17 sie Ich würde tatsächlich behaupten, dass es keine Liebe ist.
Lass es lieber, bevor da noch mehr Stress ist. Blabla Wo wäre jetzt der Unterschied wenn wir beide 20 Jahre älter wären Bitte sag jetzt nichts mit Reife Blabla Meine erste Beziehung hatte ich in seinem Alter und die ging jahre was soll man ausprobieren mädchen du bist krank.
Kurdoo Du bist vllt krank. Welcher Religion gehörst du an und warum stört das ihre Eltern? Weitere Antworten zeigen. I almost felt their opportunity with each other being lost by the pages, and for a while I was worried that they really wouldn't end up together or we would cut to ten more years later when they would finally figure out they could be together.
Their "reunion" of sorts was quick and to the point, but all Lana needed to know was that Eli still loved her and to paraphrase with that "we can get through anything".
So it was short, sweet, but to the point. Karin, who's other voice we get to hear in this story, was a very irritating character.
She got lost in her own determination to have a baby. And while I believe it was obvious to the reader that her actions were slowly ruining her relationships in life apparently she didn't stop to think about her actions at all.
I just kept wanting her to tell her husband what she was doing and why. Even though things for them were tense by not talking to him it was just making things worse.
In regards to Lana I was completely angry with the way she handled giving her sister advice. Instead of really listening to her sister and consoling her, she manipulated her in order to get her own way.
She told her anything that would get her the baby. And her advice concerning Eli was equally as irritating. Everyone else around Lana and Eli could tell that they had more than friendship feelings for each other, and her sister tells her to back off and let Eli try to be happy.
It didn't seem that she knew her sister at all where her feelings were concerned instead of urging her to be honest with Eli. I did like the fact that Eli could see her manipulation when Lana was in the hospital being that no one else seemed to be able to see it.
I did feel bad everything that ends of happening to her because of her actions, but even after she's apologized I still felt wary towards her, as though she would never truly change, but I guess that's where she has to work on herself.
Overall, while frustating to read at times, making it through to the end was worth it. I've not read a story where the love developes during a pregnancy before so I thought that was an interesting road to take.
It may be interesting to go back and re-read this story again knowing the outcome and focus more on the characters' actions instead of the relationships.
Not only did it sound like a fun read, but a perfect story of love, laughter and, of course, tortured hearts.
I wasn't let down. Lana and Eli have been best friends forever. They have a special bond and connection that has carried them through years of friendship - not to mention a memorable night in college, where friendship was taken passionately to the next level.
Afraid of losing her best friend forever, Lana puts an end to any further thoughts of romance between to two. Though Eli's heart is broken, he cherishes Lana and settles into the roll of best friend and confidante.
Fast forward a few years and all seems to go well, though neither Lana nor Eli can settle into a relationship and when one is dating, the other is not thrilled with the fact.
Then, one day Lana comes to realize that she is pregnant with the child of a short lived affair. What is she going to do with a baby?
All Lana has ever wanted is to have a life of adventure, to travel and see things far and wide. A baby definitely does not fit into that plan.
Lana confesses to Eli that she is carrying a small life within her and doesn't know what she is going to do. She asks Eli to help her find the father of the baby to tell him what has happened.
Reluctantly, he agrees. Eli would do anything to be the father of the baby growing within Lana. He comes to discover that his love and devotion runs even deeper than he even thought possible.
The chemistry between the two of them is undeniable, but can Lana learn to trust her heart and believe that their friendship is worth taking the risk to bring it to the next level?
The level of forever? Within the story, readers also get to know Lana's sister, Karin, who has been struggling desperately to have a baby of her own.
Her husband and her have been trying for some time and the stress and tunnel vision that Karin has devoted to achieving this bliss, has put a tremendous strain on their marriage.
Just how far and to what extremes is Karin willing to go to have a baby of her very own? I absolutely adored the characters of Eli and Lana.
Eli is the perfect example of a wonderful and devoted man. He is kind, intelligent, loving, caring and ambitious - Wait a minute, does such a man exist in reality?!
Well, this is fiction, after all, lol Lana is an intelligent, caring, ambitious woman, though a bit on the flighty side. There are times where I wanted to reach out and smack her to tell her to wake up and see the greatness she has right in front of her, but that would have shortened the story considerably.
The push and pull between these two are wonderful and the reader is easily able to fall within their lives and struggles.
On the flip side, I really did not care for Lana's sister, Karin. To me, she was very self-focused and self-centered.
Though to be fair, I don't think she actually saw herself in this way. She tried to be helpful and thought she was doing the best for others, however being an observer on the outside, as the reader is, they may want to just put their foot down and tell her to get over herself, as I wanted to.
With the combination of personalities, situations and past, present and future tensions, It Happened One Night is a story that is easily absorbing and complex enough to keep the readers attention until the very end.
Lisa Dale shows an extreme talent for storytelling and quickly and easily brings the reader into the world that she has created. When I read the last line of the last page, I felt completely satisfied and thrilled.
I cannot wait to read more by this wonderfully delightful author and highly recommend It Happened One Night for a great read!
But when a lighthearted spring fling changes her life forever, she turns to the one man whose strong shoulders can lighten any burden: her best friend, Eli Ward.
Review: It was really hard for me to give this book time, I felt like putting it down and giving up after the first few chapters.
However, the story ended up being pretty good. Her sister desperately wanted her to put her baby up for adoption so she could have it, and her father who never fathered them came back in the middle of it all and caused nothing but problems.
But when I did look beyond that, I saw a very realistic story with good strong characters and the choices and words that they make and speak.
The events that happened lined up well, the pacing was good, and it was very original. Maybe it was the fact that the characters acted like real people, they weren't just characters.
Content: For a romance book, this was free of details. There was very very little language I think there was one bad word total.
Slow start, get better toward the end. She worked briefly in publishing before going back to school to get an MFA in fiction at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Other titles include: Simple Wishes. Lana Biel has always had dreams of traveling the world and leaving Vermont behind.
After a rocky and lonely childhood, because it was her sister that got her through, Lana has stayed at home until she feels her sister will have all her dreams too.
But when a brief romantic fling ends in pregnancy, she finds it not only changing her life plans, but her relationship with her best friend Eli too.
Eli Ward has always been there for Lana, but what started out as friendship years ago is turning into something more, something neither of them is prepared for.
Eli and Lana must find a way to move past their insecurities and doubts before true love passes them by, because sometimes, love finds you when you least expect it.
At the beginning of every chapter there is a little blurb fact about a flower, since the main character owns her own nursery, which I found clever.
I found her utterly grating, which I believe was intentional, even despite her past and partly understand her reasoning.
Going beyond friendship and family, this insightful story beautifully illustrates why people are the way they are.
Very attuned to human nature and her surroundingss, this book reads like bittersweet poetry. From the setting, to dialog, to the characters- readers will wish that the story never ends.
I love the way that Vermont is depicted here, not only in spring and summer, but winter as well.
An engaging and bittersweet story- not to be missed! Kelly Moran, Author and Reviewer This novel really disappointed me. I don't know if the story was slow or if it was just the characters.
Or maybe the author tried to put too much in this one novel or overcomplicated the story. Overall the novel was just not that great.
However, I had two major issues with this story. Firstly, in my opinion, the female characters were really annoying, especially the main female character, Lana Biel.
She was portrayed as oblivious because she did not know that Eli loved her until everyone started This novel really disappointed me.
She was portrayed as oblivious because she did not know that Eli loved her until everyone started telling her.
Nevermind, that she and Eli supposedly made "passionate" love while in college and she intentionally went out of her way to break it off with Eli.
The second major female character, Karin, tried to manipulate her sister Lana into giving away her baby to Karin and her husband.
In fact Karin became so obsessed with having a baby, anyone's baby, that she tried to convince Lana that she would make a bad mother so that Lana would give her the baby.
These female characters were living in their own worlds where their significant others did not even figure in. Secondly, the fact that the author glossed over the third mini story in the novel.
The novel contained three stories, 1 the romance story between Eli and Lana, 2 Karin and Gene's quest to have a baby and 3 the suspicious appearance of Lana and Karin's father.
Their father had never really been there for them during their childhood. In fact Karin and Lana left him as soon as Lana finished high school.
Yet the author made it so easy and simple for Lana and Karin to forgive and forget all the ways their father had disappointed them.
Especially Karin who was initially portrayed as being scarred by her relationship with her father, in fact she appeared to hate her father.
Yet she was the first one to forgive him and quickly forget, that even her husband did not understand what had facilitated this change in her.
I believe that this story needed more explanation. What caused the father to seek them out now? Was it just losing his house?
Wouldn't he have to make it up to them somehow before he was forgiven? I'd seen a lot of buzz around the internet about this book and even though it's got a pregnancy plotline which I usually RUN away from I wanted to read it.
I'm glad I did. Lana Biel co-owns a flower and seed store with her sister, Karin. Lana is a free spirit, she's always wanted to travel the world and plans to, as soon as her sister is settled in with her husband.
Karin and her husband want a baby but so far have been unsuccessful in their atempts to conceive naturally.
Lana's best friend El I'd seen a lot of buzz around the internet about this book and even though it's got a pregnancy plotline which I usually RUN away from I wanted to read it.
Lana's best friend Eli is a meteorite hunter and teacher; he travels often with his job. Eli loves Lana but hasn't told her - recently.
Lana wants their friendship to stay platonic because she's afraid if they become romantically involved he'll eventually leave her and she doesn't think she could live without him.
As the book opens, Lana is taking a home pregnancy test with Eli there for emotional support.
Lena had been casually dating Ron but hadn't seen him in months - the last time they'd had sex, actually. From that point, the story goes back to the night Lana and Ron had sex, and the events leading up to the moment Lana takes the pregnancy test, which is positive.
Lana is devastated - she doesn't want kids, she wants to travel. She knows she'll have to tell her sister, Karin, who is desperate for a child.
Her relationship with Eli is becoming rocky, as he wants a romantic relationship and Lana keeps fighting it. This book has several twists that are heartbreaking yet hopeful.
There are no easy answers for Lana, Eli, or Karin's problems. Dale does a very good job of showing each side of the story and I was unsure of the outcome until the end.
There were a few slow spots involving Lana's father where I wished she'd move the plot along, but I really enjoyed this book and give it 4 stars.
This took me a while to read, because there were days I had to force myself to pick it up. It's not that it's dull, exactly, though the date subheadings did make it feel like a real slog, for some reason.
So, somewhat dull, perhaps, but the biggest issue for me is that it feels All the way through, it made me feel so damned blue, even when it came to the HEA.
It's a dour, humourless book, full of sadness, misery, and poor mental health. The older sister is so controlling a This took me a while to read, because there were days I had to force myself to pick it up.
The older sister is so controlling and rage-fueled that she's willing to abusively gaslight her own sister into giving up her baby so she can have it for herself by making the younger sister feel inadequate to keep it.
Depression seeped from her, constantly. The men in here are all fairly useless, with some of them being downright awful.
Gene, the older sister's husband, was somewhat reasonable, but ineffective. The baby's father was foul, and his turn around made no sense at all.
The sisters' father was a black cloud of menace, when he wasn't whining and panhandling. The "hero" was merely there, and all of this could have been much shorter if he could just open his damned mouth and tell the truth once in a while.
This book made me sad, which is not what I expected from the attractive premise and the somewhat-Christmassy look to the cover.
I also felt it was longer than it needed to be, and no where near the light, happy read I wanted. Side Note: It was also way more religious than I expected, and had a lot more religious content than seemed right for a book filled with such awful, depressed people.
I can live with that, but some readers might find it surprising. The only thing holding her back is her sister and Lana wants to be there for her when she is finally able to start a family of her own.
So for now, Lana will be content to be near her only family, her good friend Eli, and working at the place she loves. After a date, Lana heads home and is more than surprised when she discovers Eli waiting up for her.
Eli has been gone on a trip and h review courtesy of Romance Junkies rated 3. Eli has been gone on a trip and has just caught Lana at an inopportune time.
Eli Ward realizes he just cannot go on any longer with the way things are between him and Lana. He wants to take their relationship to the next level, but Lana is afraid it will ruin their friendship forever.
Somehow Eli must convince Lana that they are perfect for one another, but complications soon arise that force them apart.
Will Lana and Eli be able to put aside their problems and express their true feelings for each other before it is too late? This riveting story contains lots of humor, passion, and is thoroughly entertaining.
The characters are very believable and have amazing obstacles that they have to overcome. Dale is a talented author that I intend to keep up with.
It Happened One Night raises many of questions that I'd spent hours debating with my college roommates and single friends. Can men and women be friends or will attraction get in the way?
Is it better to stay best friends with a guy than risk losing that special closeness? The novel contains the elements of a good romantic comedy - a shifting love triangle, beautiful people completely unaware of their appeal, and best friends th It Happened One Night raises many of questions that I'd spent hours debating with my college roommates and single friends.
The novel contains the elements of a good romantic comedy - a shifting love triangle, beautiful people completely unaware of their appeal, and best friends that are on the verge of dating don't want to risk their friendship.
Aside from dealing with friendship and love, Lisa Dale delves into the pushes and pulls of family relationships. It Happened One Night is rich with emotion.
I am sure that this book will appeal to many people, but it just didn't speak to me. I had a hard time connecting with free spirited Lana and was often frustrated by her response to difficult situations.
Lana's responses to her crises were likely honest and realistic, but I prefer lead characters to be assertive, funny, and savvy or to have the story be wholly unrealistic and funny.
Review copy provided by the publisher. I wasn't sure what I thought about Lana at the beginning, I couldn't understand her way of thinking and her behaviour.
But after few pages, things started to make sense to me and I could connect with her and understand her.
I loved Eli from the beginning, I could empathize with him. He was so in love and didn't know what to do with his relationship with Lana.
Lana's sister Karin was everything you expect from the person that cannot have a child. Although her husband suffered as well I don't thin I wasn't sure what I thought about Lana at the beginning, I couldn't understand her way of thinking and her behaviour.
Although her husband suffered as well I don't think he could understand her hurt. She tried to be supportive to her sister but just couldn't overcome her wish for her own baby.
I didn't like Lana and Karin's father and I just couldn't fathom his change of attitude towards his daughters. Relationship between Lana and Karin is a real sister love but since Karin was the older and had to take care of Lana during their childhood she did have an attitude of a mother.
As I said, it really is a story about family, friendship and love. I recommend it to anyone who wants an emotional read with obligatory but resonable happy ending.
This book had such a wonderful premise but fell short of living up to its potential. Eli and Lana have been best friends forever, but they both have their secrets.
Eli loves Lana and not in just a friendly way. Lana wants out of her hometown and the chance to explore, but stays at the family business to support her sister, Karin.
Karin is smart, driven, and looking to be a mother, but it isn't happening. Eli is wonderful - smart, well-traveled, and slightly wacky.
Lana is family-oriented and q This book had such a wonderful premise but fell short of living up to its potential. Lana is family-oriented and quirky - and he loves her for all her perceived "flaws.
Here is where Lana and Dale loses me - she is so flaky. It isn't until just before the baby is born that she really gets that she is having a baby.
She spends so much time hiding her pregnancy from everyone but Eli, but even then she doesn't open up. Her indecision is really a large part of the plot, and she ends up hurting the people around her.
Lana and Karin are polar opposites regarding motherhood, but while the opposites had great potential, the characters felt one dimensional.
If you're looking for an unpredictable romance, this is the book for you. I was captivated from page one. This is one of those 'can't put down' books, so make sure you have time to read it when you start.
This was my first book of Lisa Dale's, and I can tell you that it won't be my last! Lisa Dale's writing style is beautiful and the characters in this book are very believable - they seem so real.
You get to know each of them on a personal level and you feel as if you've known them forever.
I fe If you're looking for an unpredictable romance, this is the book for you. I felt like I was right there with Lana, experiencing everything that she experienced throughout the book.
My heart hurt for Eli but was filled with so much hope too. I honestly didn't like Karin Lana's sister at first, but throughout the book, I began to understand her pain and suffering, and by the end, I came to like her.
This is a very real, moving, and compelling story. I recommend this book to anyone who is a romance fan. Lana and her sister have survived this crazy thing we call life by depending on no one but each other.
Lana's best friend Eli has just come home from a long trip and has returned to tell Lana he loves her, only can Lana open up her heart enough to let him in as more than a cherished friend?
After he finds her in a relationship with another guy on the night of his return will he even tell her he is in love with her?
Lana has an affinity for plants and all things green and growing. This book has in Lana and her sister have survived this crazy thing we call life by depending on no one but each other.
This book has inspired me to grow a little garden. The store that Lana and her sister own, which sells things related to plants and country living is a place I would love to spend my time.
I believe the setting of the store is what drew me to the book in the first place but what kept me hooked was the little twist Dale threw in about midway through.
Life might get a little more complicate for Lana now. Another win from First Reads ETA: I received this book this week, just as I was finding myself in a reading rut, and it was the perfect thing to drag me out of that rut.
It was an easy-to-read, nicely flowing story that didn't require me to think too hard. Sometimes, that is exactly the kind of book I need!
I really liked the characters in this book and found them very believable. While there were times that the main character, Lana, annoyed me, everything she did was in k Another win from First Reads While there were times that the main character, Lana, annoyed me, everything she did was in keeping with who she was.
The story had a great ending that made me happy, and I was glad to spend a few days in these characters' lives.
I will definitely look forward to reading more from Lisa Dale in the future! I recieved this book as a giveaway from Goodreads that I signed up for.
Also it takes place in Burlington Vermont which is a wonderful setting as I grew up a I recieved this book as a giveaway from Goodreads that I signed up for.
I enjoy Lisa Dale as writer and I will now pick up her first book. I received a copy of this book through FirstReads.
The characters really seemed real which made me sympathize with them; their feelings, thoughts, and actions could have happened in my town.
I was especially drawn to Karin--her intentions were sincere and even though she could have become really despising of Lana's easiness in life or so it seemed to me , she was always there doing the right thing.
It took me forever to get through this book. I can usually go through a romance in one to two days. It took me two weeks to get through this book.
I felt like I was just plodding along. You just want to tell Lana the protagonist to get on with it already. The book could have been about half as long and the story would have been tighter and would have had a better flow.
The story line was good but typical and you knew what was going to happen from pretty much the beginning but that isn't what th It took me forever to get through this book.
The story line was good but typical and you knew what was going to happen from pretty much the beginning but that isn't what the problem was.
It was just too long and drawn out. The age old question is answered in the cute and light story Lana and Eli have been friends forever.
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Ich glaube nicht, dass sie begeistert sind über eine Christin in der Familie. Vorurteile gegenüber religiösen Menschen wegzubringen, das dürfte schwierig werden.
Sie ist auch zu jung, um die Familie zu verlassen. Googel doch mal nach dieser Whiteboard-Animation, die erklärt ganz einfach, wie man sowas feststellen kann:.
Mach bitte das Leerzeichen raus, ohne Leerzeichen kann ich den Link auch im Kompliment nicht schicken. GF zensiert hier ausgiebig.
Nun werde ich abwarten und schauen wie sich die Situation entwickelt. Ich will sie besser kennen lernen. In diesem Alter, probiert man viel aus.
Man denkt oft, dass man liebt aber liebe ist was ganz anderes. Und nein viele sind auch mit 16 oder 17 ziemlich reif. Aber ich würde es auch einfach sein lassen, vllt ist es nicht dein nasib und es sollte so kommen.
Meine erste Beziehung hatte ich in seinem Alter und die ging jahre was soll man ausprobieren mädchen du bist krank.
Du bist vllt krank. Ein Mädchen nach der anderen zu wechseln, ist bestimmt normal für dich ;. Ihre Mutter hält nichts von Religionen.
Und ihr Vater meint "Ich suche deinen Mann aus" obwohl sie mich nicht einmal kennen. Ihr Vater war wegen häuslicher Gewalt 4 Jahre im Knast und sie wird von ihrer Mutter auch geschlagen.
Ist es Liebe oder nicht? Hallo Ich habe vor einer Woche ein Mädchen kennengelernt Wir haben die gleichen Interessen und sie ist genau mein Typ.
Was meinst Du mit der Aussage Ich glaube an Gott, und das gefällt ihren Eltern nicht. Und das wollen Sie nicht.
Darfst Du als gläubiger Muslim ein fremdes Mädchen umarmen? Was würde deine Familie zu einer Christin sagen?
Ganz ehrlich Es wäre mir egal was sie dazu sagen. Sowas hab ich noch nie gespürt. Bodesurry Ich bin 17 und sie 16 Meinem Vater wäre es egal und meine Mutter will eh das ich eine Freundin finde.
Ihre Eltern sind das Problem. An was "glaubst" du Joh. Wie definierst du "Liebe" Gal. An ein Leben mit einer Frau, die du nicht kennst und keine Ahnung hast 1.
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