Just Jenifer (Jordon Family, #1)



Just Jenifer (Jordon Family, #1) At The Outbreak Of WWII, With Her Father, An Army General Overseas, Adolescent Jenifer Musters Her Wits To Housekeep For Her Large And Lively Family In The First Of This Famous Series.

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  • Hardcover
  • 187 pages
  • Just Jenifer (Jordon Family, #1)
  • Janet Lambert
  • 01 November 2018

10 thoughts on “Just Jenifer (Jordon Family, #1)

  1. Lydia Dyslin says:

    Just Jenifer by Janet Lambert is the first book in the Jordon Family series I really enjoyed the first quarter or so of this book I am much like Jenifer not really in personality, but in the fact that I am taking on a lot of responsibility as a teenager because of an unfortunate situation in my life However, by the time I reached the halfway mark, Cyril had entered the picture I very much disliked Cyril and the entire plot that revolved a...

  2. Linda says:

    This is the first book in the Jordan family series and in multiple places it s suggested that this book should be read before continuing with the Parrish books since the families become entwined at some point Although both Penny Parrish and Jenifer are warm vibrant girls young women and the author describes great personalities, they are very different Or I should say that...

  3. Lindsey says:

    Janet Lambert apparently wrote 20 30 girls books between 1941 and 1967 Just Jenifer is an early example from 1945 I found it as a reprint.I was drawn to the book as I always am drawn to period books Plus the blurb on the back noted that Jenifer meets a young and attractive English nobleman While this is true, it wasn t nearly as exciting as it sounds Jenifer, the protagonist, is 16 years old, but acts like a 45 year old housewife the entire book, taking care of her 8 siblings and the you Janet Lambert apparently wrote 20 30 girls books between 1941 and 1967 Just Jenifer is an early example from 1945 I found it as a reprint.I was drawn to the book as I always am drawn to peri...

  4. Ariel says:

    Sixteen year old Jenifer is keeping the home fires burning with her eight brothers and sisters while her father, a general, is off fighting in WWII This is a good before I go to sleep book so I ll probably readof them.

  5. Karen says:

    This is the first of the Jordon family series, introducing each of the Jordon children Jenifer and Peter from General Jordon s first marriage and his second wife s children Gwenn and Alice, along with additional progeny from the second marriage Neil, Susan, Vance, and Bitsy and their cousin Donny The Parrish and Jordon families end up very much intermingled so I decided to read the books in publication order instead of series order.General Jordon, a two time widower, has been assigned to the This is the first of the Jordon family series, introducing each of the Jordon children Jenifer and Peter from General Jordon s first marriage and his second wife s children Gwenn and Alice, along with additional progeny from the second marriage Neil, Susan, Vance, and Bitsy and their cousin Donny The Parrish and Jordon families end up very much intermingled so I decided to read the books in publication order instead of series order.General Jordon, a two time widower, has been assigned to the European th...

  6. Jennifer says:

    I have a copy of this book that I got from a rummage sale when I was in my early teens It s inscribed Dec 25, 1945 which makes this story about the oldest daughter of an army officer so poignant, since it was a gift for a girl who had likely been in a similar situation It s a sweet who...

  7. Dichotomy Girl says:

    This was both better and worse than the Penny Parish Books My biggest dislike is that it seemed to jump time frames with no segues.

  8. Kelly says:

    I guess I m just not a Lambert person I ve given this book multiple attempts and I m not able to get through it Is there another Lambert I should try instead

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