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Book creation ratings:
Overall total -- 25 out of a possible 30
-- Story & characters -- 10
-- Cover & title -- 7
-- Editing & formatting -- 8
* based on a 1-10 scale with: 1-4, poor; 5-7, good; 8-10, very good.*
I was briefly horrified when her father made the suggestion of Rebecca marrying her attacker until after better informed thought better of it. It was obvious there was affection between Rebecca's parents and that made it even more confusing to me when Rebecca made it quite clear that she believed every man took a mistress. This is also the third book where the h badgers her husband to take a mistress. It was a bit disappointing because I liked the h and it made her appear too weak.
While I could appreciate the direction the author wanted to take her and could even believe she may lack self confidence it seemed too similar to her other characters viewpoints from her wager books. The panic attack she has in his study was convincing to me because I do believe a trauma like that would not just evaporate but then it is followed up with her need to push him into another's arms. She states she loves him and he has become her life now to even suggest such a thing to me did not seem right to me because I think you would be so dependent on him for security reasons the thought of someone splitting up that bond would make her feel sick.
The story was still entertaining and justice was served. Daniel's brother (Simon) lifestyle is unconventional but easily embraced which was modern day influenced I think. People were not so open and feared the word of God too much in that time to question it's fairness. I would not have wanted the subject approached differently though because I believe as they did so it worked for me. I liked Simon too much to want any other turn out but for that time I fear things would have been unfortunate in that manner. The love scenes are throughout and although they are not skimmed over I did not find myself bored so the author did her job in that department. There are also some spelling errors sprinkled throughout so be aware. It is not abundant but note worthy. I'm going with 3 and 1/2 stars on this one. I would have rated it higher but the viewpoint of her h all being that men need mistresses bothered me and effected my experience.