I have to disagree with several of the reviews that said the first 100 pages were boring. Very interesting. The two young main characters were very well written. There is a lot of detail at the beginning but it is very helpful in understanding the characters. I flew through this book. Didn't want to put it down. Will read more by this author.
Great book. The characters were very interesting. The way they came together and interacted with each other kept you guessing. The way things came to be with Reese was a total surprise to me. Good ending. Very enjoyable read.
I was putting off reading this book after I read the reviews on here but I'm SOOOO glad I read it. It was a short easy read, about a day and a half. It made me think a lot about the unprecedented situation we're in now with Covid 19. I though the story was very well told and thought out. I loved Julia, the main character and how she was so true to herself. It definitely pulled at my heart strings. I thought it was phenomenal, especially since it was Walkers first book.
I have loved this series up until this point. This book was so long and complicated. The characters all started to run together. It was hard for me to get through. Too political for my taste. Marlene's storyline was far more interesting than Karp's in this one. I hope the next one is more like the ones before this.
Another great Stephanie Plum mystery. Evanovich never disappoints. I wish that she and Morelli would hurry and hook up. But, that's just me. Read #4 to find out how close they come.
I can't read all of her books at one time because I like to savor them. One helping at a time.
Perfect Janette Oke book. This is the second one in the Women of the West series. Julia, wife to John and mother to twin girls, is trying to keep her town alive after the mill shuts down and all jobs are lost. She tries to rally those left in the town and leads them in a plan to make Calder Springs a resort town. With many trials and tribulations she relies on her faith to get her through.