I’m doing a little different format this post. I think the book trailer is a great summary so I’ll let you watch that and then get on to the review!
If you’ve been following me for any length of time you know that romance isn’t usually my genre of choice. Too much yuck and not enough character development, all that sort of stuff. Having never read any Wanda Brunstetter books I wasn’t entirely sure what I was getting into, but based on the fact that the main character was a Quaker I was pretty sure it would be a decent read. And it was. There’s great character/story development but it does move a little slow for me. Admittedly, that’s probably just because I’m not used to the style.
What did I like about the book:
- Clean romance. None of this hot and heavy stuff that people call romance. This was a true blue example of what real, pure romance is.
- Great story line. Some parts did move a little slow but it was necessary for the character or story development.
- The slowness didn’t take away from the book or make it hard to read.
All-in-all, I have a pretty good first impression of Wanda Brunstetter and her writing. While it’s not my first genre choice, and it was a little slow for me, I’d definitely pick up another of her books.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.