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"Haunted by her marriage to an abusive man, Kaydie Kraemer is determined never to fall in love again, and it will take the grace of God to change her mind--the same grace that works in the heart of Jonah Dickenson, a confirmed bachelor, and awakens in him an attraction to her"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New Kensington, PA : Whitaker House, 2011.
ISBN: 9781603742177
Branch Call Number: FIC ZELLER
Characteristics: 318 p. ; 21 cm.


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Nov 22, 2017

This was my first book to read by Penny Zeller. I probably should have started with the book "McKenzie" only because it would have given some background as to what the author referred to regarding Kaydie and McKenzie. However, it CAN be read as a stand-alone. It just would make more sense if Book 1 (McKenzie) was read first, as other series usually are.

I enjoyed this book for the most part. It is fairly simple writing and a predictable plot. Cute, clean story. There is a lot of scripture used and sometimes, even for us Christians, it sounds like preaching. However, the ONLY thing that really irked me while reading this book was the name "Bethany Ethel" for the child. It was used over and over again to the point that it became annoying. What a weird name. The author can choose whatever name(s) she wants obviously but this was annoying to read on nearly every page. I liked the name Kaydie.

Cedric is unlikable, in my opinion. I liked Jonah the best as far as the characters.

Kaydie and McKenzie's parents were uppity, snooty people and needed to be stood up to. The ending (without giving it away) was good.


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