HoaP would like to thank Monique Bucheger for gifting us a copy of her book in exchange for an honest review.
This review was first seen on Heart of a Philanthropist blog.
Simply West of Heaven had some very serious issues that kids have to deal with in today's society. There is the abuse Ginnie's friend had to experience as a child at the hand of her drunken father. There is fighting among friends. There is a relationship that we've been waiting to see progress from the first two books. There is one secret after another. Without telling the whole story, I cannot go into much more detail. There are a lot of details, and it is not as easy of a read as the other two books because of the amount of detail, but it is a good read. This reviewer wants you to know that this is a good book with several subplots. The ending will cause you to want to immediately begin the next book in the series, so when you buy Simply West of Heaven, make sure to pick up Being West is Best at the same time. Beware, there are fights and a lot of drama in this book. It may not be an appropriate storyline for younger readers. We suggest reading Simply West of Heaven alongside your child. Our whole review (with spoilers) can be found on Heart of a Philanthropist's blog.
HoaP received a copy of Simply West of Heaven: A Ginnie West Adventure in exchange for an honest review. [...]