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Harmony had fallen in love with Aaron, but she knew he’d never feel the same way about her. So when Drew treats her so well, she decides that life with him would be better than no life at all. But her relationship with Drew started with deception, and that has a way of boomeranging. Will the mess they’d created just continue?
This didn’t read like the carefully constructed book I’m used to reading by Staci Stallings. It rambled on and on for much too long and seemed much longer than the 276 pages listed. The story idea was good, as were the characters, but it felt disconnected and almost shallow. I wouldn’t categorize it as “Christian” either. There was barely a brief mention of anything related to God, and He had no influence on any of their lives. The fact that Aaron didn’t sign the card with the present he left on Harmony’s desk made no sense to me when he told her he wanted to be more than just friends in it, and, of course, she thought it was from Drew, which prolonged things even more. Overall, this was just an okay read.
lacking though. For starters I found that there wasn't enough detail. I was never really clear about what either of them did at work. In addition, Aaron seemed to really lack ambition and Harmony too. It seemed as though after he was fired he followed Drew's dream and never really discovered his own. The most glaring flaw for me though was the absence of Christianity. I realise that the book was an inspirational and not a Christian romance but still I would have liked to see some indictation that the characters acknowledged God. It would have rated higher for me if it were not for those issues..
This was okay as a secular read. It was predictable and I felt it could have ended anywhere several times, but it dragged on and on and on. I didn't find anything inspirational or Christian in it. I didn't feel it was a clean read either. When I read Christian fiction I don't want to read about someone getting drunk and waking up with a stranger, unless its the before part of their story. Like many other readers I was expecting someone to find Jesus, didn't happen.
Also, the writing was a little bit awkward sometimes. Misplaced phrases, wrong words, bad grammar, missing punctuation...very distracting. I won't be reading the sequel.