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Entertaining Despite Minor Problems
on August 13, 2012
This book was rather hard for me to rate. The first half was a five, but it got weaker toward the end. The story kept see-sawing between the attraction between Liz and Zachery and their disagreement over the Chalmers house. It got a little old as the story progressed. Nick, Liz's adopted son, was cute and amusing, but his misuse of words, which was delightful and funny in the beginning, got redundant, because the trait was overused. At least the writing flowed smoothly and was grammatically correct. Zachery scolded Liz for going to Florida without telling him, but he went to Jefferson City without telling her. Also, I couldn't understand why Grace hadn't sent money to help support Zachery, since she was wealthy, or why she didn't take her "nephew" to live with her before he was sent into foster care. You'd think her brother would have contacted her before sending him away. Regardless of the minor problems, I liked the story and read it quickly. In the end I decided to rate it 4.5, which rounded up to a five. It was a clean, Christian romance worth my time.