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Coral Springs, FL
5 Stars Out Of 5
Peace comes with Forgiveness
April 21, 2015
Coral Springs, FL
Jenny Hinson must go live with her aunt and find employment so she can help her family survive. Since her father has abandoned them she feels she must provide. Many surprises await her, she has never been to a big city nor lived among electricity. She meets Austin Grant in quite a comical misunderstanding. When she continues to run into him, she can't believe everyone is so drawn to him and can't see him for who he really is (or who she believes him to be). Jenny is a dependent, fun loving, quick witted girl with a past that has left scars. Can she learn to forgive and trust?
Austin Grant never expected Jenny Hinson. He is not sure why she will not trust him. He is a fun, independent, mischievous man. Can he help Jenny deal with her past or is it more than their relationship can handle?
I love the writing style of Laurean Brooks, the comedy, relationships, depth, spunky characters and real life issues. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys good, clean, christian, romance. You can feel the pain, sorrow and joy of the characters throughout this novel.
I was given a copy of this book from the author and publisher for my honest opinion.
Laurean definitely has a fun writing style. The main character, Jenny, is always getting herself into trouble and funny situations with her overactive imagination and lack of control over her tongue. In some places, I thought the phrasing or dialogue could be tweaked a little to make it more smooth or realistic, but for the most part I really enjoyed it. I loved that they went on a mission trip to help people right in their own area! That really impressed me, and I loved that Austin wanted to do that with his life. The whole theme of forgiveness was good, and I liked the way Laurean portrayed the need for it through the character's situations. At times, it seemed like the characters where "discovering" something, or saying that they "hadn't thought of something that way" when they already had, so that area could have been improved. But, all in all I thought the author did a very good job, and it is a good book with an important message that was fun to read. Lots of potential in this author, in my opinion.