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Thanks for writing, Valerie Comer!! You have given me many hours of entertainment during this summer off from seminary.
This book deals with Chelsea and Keanan. Their personalities clash on first meeting, the upscale city woman with the fashionable clothes and the hippie laid back man.
They gradually begin to feel an attraction when they are thrown together volunteering in their church.
Chelsea discovers that her faith is not the same as Keanan.
Her faith is something she has always known, accepting Christ as a child, going to Christian schools. The fake it till you make it kind of faith\vs Keanan's deep personal relationship with God.
Chelsea's character could mirror my own life as I struggle like her to obtain that deep personal relationship with the Lord.
Thank you, Valerie, to opening my eyes to what I need to do in my life.
This book is definitely a must read and I look forward to more books in this series.
I continue to really appreciate Comer's willingness to address issues that are relatable to a Christian's life, the bad and ugly as well as the good. I really appreciated that even though the characters came from completely different perspectives and backgrounds, they each realized that growth needed to occur. I also loved how in this particular story line, healing and change happened gradually, which is way more realistic than resolution is often portrayed in other books.
There’s not much organizing for her to do yet; even worse, she didn’t realize she would be putting in so many hours on cooking, gardening, etc. And the only single man nearby is not someone she would like to get to know better. What’s a girl to do? Will she stay put — or will she return home? After all, she’s still organizing events in her hometown . . . it would be easier to actually be there.
I sure hope I haven’t said too much. I’m always trying to not reveal any spoilers, because I really want you to read the book for yourself. It’s a great book . . . and . . .
I’m really thrilled to hear that it won’t be the last one in this series.
Berry On Top is due to be released early 2016!!!
I’m looking forward to reading it — and any others that might come after it. Valerie does such an amazing job, promoting really loving Valerie’s Farm Fresh Romance series. The characters are fun, interesting, and life gets messy for them – just like it does for us.
Don’t miss out on this wonderful series.
And . . . Valerie has another series out that I’m eager to read — and review. It’s the Riverbend Romance Novella series; I’m hoping to put Valerie back on my schedule early next year so I can feature her — and this series — on my book blog.
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