I appreciate the writing style, the emotionalpull, the way the story unfolds.
I love to feel satisfied after reading a book,and this one does just that!
Very enjoyable read. Highly recommend." ~ Review by Kimberly
About the Author
Growing up an only child, I had many imaginary friends. Ibelieve this - and a love of books - fueled my desire to write. It was manyyears later that my dream of becoming a published author came true.
My books, "Devon's Choice" and the "The Trouble With Charlie" are publishedby Astraea Press.
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This is a wonderful story that easily draws the reader into Devon's story. You can't help but feel compassion and empathy for Devon as she deals with issues in her life, it is easy to relate to her and cheer her on as she comes to terms with the choices and decisions that she makes. I enjoyed watching as Devon and Brandon worked through their personal issues with faith, belief, and trust, so that their budding romance could be given a chance to develop into a loving and happy relationship.
Devon's Choice is a very touching story that is full of emotion, it will tug at your heartstrings and leave a smile on your face.
Devin’s decision was ultimately about coming to terms with the obstacles life has thrown her way and how to accept those obstacles. Don’t get me wrong, Devon’s Choice is defiantly a sweet love story between Devon and Brandon, but it was also about the platonic relationships she has, such as her relationship with her father. I also love Devon’s relationship with her best friend Meagan. I couldn’t help but laugh every time Meagan shows up to give Devon her ‘wisdom.’ I also love the adding of Irish culture—from her dad with his love of corn beef and cabbage to the very end when Devon adds a hint of green to her ideal ending. I couldn’t help but root for Devon as I flipped through her story, and I would defiantly read another of Bennett’s stories!
Reviewed By Jasmine Coreas for The Bookish Blog
Needed tissue for this story, For Happy and sad reasons. I really connected to these characters.
I like most of them and would like to know them in real life.
Devon's Choice is not afraid to bring up prayer, church and God and make it part of the story. It is a clean read.
Devon lives with her widowed father. She works part time at a coffee shop while she is trying to grow her own business. Devon is worried about her father's health. She is dating Michael Turner.
Devon's father likes that Michael Turner is well off. He encourages Devon to keep dating him.
Michael Turner works for his family's construction company. He does not like the fact that Devon has standards. He wants her to work for his family's company. He travels a lot for business.
Brandon Forrester comes into the Coffee shop one snowy day right before closing. He sees Devon and is interested in her. He plows the coffee shop's parking lot while he is there. He asks her out.
I was impressed right away with Brandon plowing the coffee shop's parking lot for them.
I thought the book was good. Would not mind reading another book from Catherine Bennett in the future.
I was given this ebook to read. In return I agreed to give a honest review of Devon's Choice and be part of it's blog tour.
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