8 Comments

  1. kristi

    I agree with you – a great book! but I am one of those "christian romance" readers…. 🙂

  2. I'm pretty skeptical of Christian romance, too. I don't refuse, I'm just a little reluctant. But, I want you to know, I just requested this one from my library. Thanks.

  3. Lol!! You cracked me up! I think I would draw the line at Christian Romance too, but I'm glad you gave this try and pleasantly surprised!

  4. thegreatfish

    I can't believe that you have read all of Twilight. You have fallen off your pedestal. Sometimes I read Christian romance. It is cotton candy for the mind. It isn't evil, but it you read too much of it, you become a fat-head. Bwa-ha-ha!

  5. Mary Ann

    Hmmm the only Christian fiction I read is my sisters. Have you tried your Aunties?? I'm still debating as to whether I will take your bait on this one, especially since the last good book I read was the Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society. Wish there was another one like that.

    • You know, everyone goes on and on about the Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society … I must be the only one who didn't love it. I didn't think it was horrible, mind you … I just didn't really love it. I think it was the format. For me, the story didn't flow … like Evelina {Frances Burney}, for instance. And that's a must for me; I must be able to lose myself in the story where foo-foo is concerned! 🙂

  6. amyjo

    It's true, I did … right down to the very last word of the very last book. And are you sure it's not a fat-butt … because I have been suffering from one of those as of late …

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