I've never done a book review before, so please tell me what you think. Do I give too much away, not enough? Let me know.
Here goes...(fingers crossed)
- Amy refuses to accept a marriage proposal borne out of anything less than the true devotion she had with her late husband. Reed’s initial proposal was out of duty to her husband, his best friend
- Granny Crisp—Reed’s none-too-subtle matchmaking grandmother. She’s a no nonsense woman who wants the very best for her grandson, and she knows what that is. She tells Reed when he’s completely on the wrong track, but she lets him figure out why, and how to get on the right one.
- Reed does figure out the right track for himself on page 154 (really want to add a quote from that page, but I’m afraid that’s too much of a spoiler). He does lapse a little later in the story, but I forgave him.
- Page 148—Reed accepts Christ. It was beautiful. I cried.
- Ms. Goodnight does an excellent job tying up all those series-wide subplots. And I love the way she handles the treasure in the end.
- I really thought previous books in the series said that Amy’s sons were twins. There is a year or two between them in this final book, and that bugged me at the beginning. I did a little checking, not a lot, and didn’t find any mention of them being twins, so I might have made that assumption. At any rate, it would affect the story minimally, if at all. So it really wasn’t bad.
- Now I can’t remember the other thing. It must not have been too bad either. : )
Has anyone else read it? Do you agree? Why? Why not?