Reviewer: Marti Ross "regency books rule" -
The first two stories were well written and enjoyable, both of these stories illustrated the power of God to transform and make positive changes in a persons life. It was nice to read about people with faith and a romance story with out explicit sexual activity was good also. this is not just appropriate for young people, but older adults will enjoy it too.
However, given the overall thesis of the book I was disappointed by the premise of the last story. After reading the introduction and description, I refused to read the last story. After reading the first two stories I could not subject myself to such total idiocy.
If the stories are to show us that God will reward our efforts if we have faith and believe in His power in our lives, I do not understand why He would reward a liar and deceiver by gifting her with a Duke.
Why should she end up out ranking the vicar's daughter in the first story?