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Growing Up: A Contemporary Inspirational Romantic Suspense (Ghost Of The Past Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 3037 KB
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00R4WA160
- Print Length : 404 pages
- Publication Date : December 21, 2014
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #142,805 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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That is the basis for this Book GOD ISN'T ANGRY WITH YOU. Will Ashley, Blake and Ryan become a family. Does Ashley finally find peace with God. This is a must read book. An excellant Author.
Can't wait to start on book 4 in the series.
This isn't a romance novel, which it's listed as. It's a suspense/thriller series that has involves a group of friends. Book 3 picks up where book 2 left off. The story is told from Ryan and Ashley's point of view, which is interesting because Ashley is a new character to the group. As a single mother who was raised in an abusively religious household, Ashley has a few issues that she needs to sort out. The biggest of which is that has suddenly found herself being re-introduced to that father of her child. Ryan is equally shocked to discover that Ashley had been pregnant when they broke up all those years ago.
There were several missed opportunities here for the author to subtlely show the flaw in extreme behaviour by not only Ashley's father, but also with Ryan's mother, a woman on the opposite end of the spectrum from Ashley's father. Both Ashley and Ryan find out life changing facts about their parents but they were downplayed and wrapped up quickly.
This may have also been part of the reason that Kate had become something of a zealot. In the first book Kate was a character that happened to be Christian and her actions and beliefs wer a part of her. In the second book she became more vocal, mostly because Evelyn was so hard headed and they had been friends for years. In this book she's forcing her religious beliefs on others in a very underhanded way. I really don't like who Kate is becoming. It's very easy to see Kate becoming the same character that Ashley's father is in the next few books.
Rather than focus on Ryan and Ashley's relationship, or how their parent's behevaiour affected them, it focuses on the same storyline from the preivous two books. The exact same plot that was settled in the last book is brought back. At some points I had to put the book down because the storyline had become so unbelievably ridiculous that I needed a break from it.
The story, despite never ending, is well written. The story flows well and it's not aweful as long as you remember that it's not a romance book.