Although this was for the most part a good story I felt that this crossed over the line as a Christian novel. I was disappointed in the lack of Christian morals and the way the characters jumped so quickly from one person's arms to another. I must add though that the author does bring the gospel in in a wonderful way but still I would not in good conscience be able to recommend this book to others.
I have read several books by this author, and she doesn't disappoint. Hope Undaunted was a cute and fun story, and you love the characters the more you read it. I found myself saying I will just read one chapter tonight and it was 3AM before I stopped!! It pulls you in and you can't stop reading. I highly recommend this book and any of Julie Lessman's other books also.
When women's rights and working outside of the home were big issues, Katie is determined to go to law school, marry her rich boyfriend Jack and never ever live under a man's authority again. Rebelling against her father earns Katie an all summer long job as a volunteer at a charity for orphans & homeless Children. Even better, her childhood nemesis is her boss and she is grounded from seeing her boyfriend all summer. Despite Katie's big plans, God has other plans...
I absolutely loved this story from begining to end! The book had so many twists and turns ...when I thought I had it figured out, something threw me every time! The author really pulled me in. I enjoyed the surrounding stories of other members of the O'Connor family. I just found out that Winds of Change series is a continuing series of the Daughters of Boston...i have to read those to find out about the older daughters. I really enjoyed this book and will be reading the rest of the series!