Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Taken for English

Taken for English
Valley of Choice Book 3
Olivia Newport

Annie is joining the Amish faith. She's made her decision based on a lot of prayer. But she's hoping that it will also help her love life with Rufus. Arson, wayward teenagers, and a distant boyfriend all seem to pile together to make her life very confusing and stressful. Can she get everything straightened out?

It's been over a year since I read book one in this series. Somehow I missed getting my hands on book two and picked this one without realizing that small detail. The entire book was so confusing to me. I enjoyed the story, but stayed lost for large parts of it. There were just so many missing details, apparently from book two, that I couldn't keep everything straight. While I liked the story, I wouldn't recommend reading the books out of order. The details and suspense were nice. But the romance part that was pulled through all three books could have been tied up a little better. Overall, it was a nice book, but not a huge favorite.

I received this book free of charge from Barbour in exchange for my honest review.

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