- File Size: 1999 KB
- Print Length: 131 pages
- Publisher: Lavish Publishing, LLC; 1 edition (April 4, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XBFBQK5
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #303,100 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There were a lot of secondary characters in this book, which I’m sure played into the other stories. Ragan and her husband, Adam, played a heavy part in this story, but at the beginning they both, but especially him, were introduced as if I should already know he was some big rock star. I didn’t know because I hadn’t read the other books. Even though this is noted as a standalone, I think it would be beneficial to read the others first.
This book is written in third person, which admittedly isn’t really my favorite. I find that I have difficulty finding attachment to the characters when I’m being told about them, verses being part of the story through their eyes, and that is exactly what happened here. Robbie and Faith started off on the wrong foot, and from the time of that less than pleasant first meeting, their relationship bounced from hot, to cold, to back again several times. So much so, that I became less interested in what would happen next, because the story was bouncing back and forth rather than progressing. It wasn’t the hot and cold that left me wanting more, but more of the back and forth that left me expecting it. There were some parts within the story, like the fact that Robbie brought a virtual stranger into the delivery room immediately after his sister had a baby (and the fact that they were all totally okay with that!) that jut seemed to fall short for me. The ending did have a good twist to it, although I really did see it coming it wasn’t a total surprise. The problem was so many other people I didn’t know (that were probably introduced in the first two books) played a part in the end that I couldn’t appreciate everything that happened.
I may have had a different outlook if I didn’t read this as a standlone, but overall I just think the gaps in the storyline, the back and forth with the main characters, and the addition of so many other people just left this one a bit short for me.
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Sweet, bestselling author Faith finds peace in the cottage offered by her friend to write, she also finds love. Only she does not know or remember if it is the real thing. Not knowing where she came from or who she was Faith is wary of finding love with Robbie yet she cannot stop herself from falling for him. He is equally conflicted about moving on after his wife’s death but succumbs to the love he feels for Faith.
They bond over the cold winter days and the trauma both have faced. Little do they know how much they have in common. The book is a little bit predictable as I was able to guess the connection but not the twist! The author spun a tale of mystery, second chances and deceit. A love lost because of selfish people. I found the story interesting with twists that kept the story going. I wanted the two of them to find each other.
The author has written a good book with many secondary characters, which find their stories in other books, but this one comes out fine as a standalone book. I felt the other characters enriched the story and added layers to the book.
The suspense in the end when the two are about to meet made for a gripping read but I felt it to be a bit simplistic – a few more details about the original crime since Faith cannot remember anything would have helped. How the culprit is caught when lives are in jeopardy made for a thrilling but short read. Also, I wanted to know why Faith was left the way she was when she had her accident. These, however, did not stop me from enjoying the book.
Where There’s Faith is a bittersweet love story that tugged at the heartstrings, a read for a cosy weekend with a book and happy endings and new beginnings.
“Anything is possible if you truly believe.” – This is indeed true for this book.
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