I kind of bought this book for my Kindle accidentally on purpose. Let me explain. I was actually looking for a good Christian fiction book. I like to read fiction because it is usually an easy read for me and I let myself get lost in the lives of the characters. Many times I hate for a really good book to end. I was downloading some books for my Kindle when in the right column of the Amazon page I was on recommended this book as a good Christian novel. “Hmmm, I’ll try it”, I thought to myself. I did not read the reviews because I was in a bit of a hurry. I’m always in a hurry. My life is in fast forward here lately. I determined after reading the first few chapters that Amazon’s interpretation of Christian is a bit different from my standard. Hence, the accidentally on purpose. Any how, here is my review:
It was a good read. I probably won’t read it again. If someone asked me if they should read it, I would say to check it out at the library. Don’t spend your money on it. I sort of related to the whole “sister thing” because I come from a family of all girls. There is definitely an exciting plot to the book, which keeps the reader on their toes. One way the author did this was by switching to a different character’s perspective right when you were about to put another piece of the puzzle together. This did make me want to keep reading. As a Christian, I did take offense to a couple of “bad” words. She took the Lord’s name in vain and used the “f” word a few times. It was definitely not prevalent in the story, though. There was also an affair between the local police chief and one of the sisters. I would say that is not exactly Christ-like either. In the end, most of the conflicts were resolved and there were many. If you come across this as a free download for your Kindle, then go for it.
Remember the fast forward thing I was saying, well that means I must go. Too much going on in this house of mine to go into any more depth.