One Woman. Two Men. One stirs her pulse and the other her faith. But who will win her heart?
Wow. Julie Lessman sure knows how to write complex.
Even when I knew for certain how A Light in the Window would end... you know, since I’ve read and adored every book Julie’s written about the hero and heroine’s six children... the complexities of the plot, the roller-coaster of emotions, the love triangles… all had me constantly clutching at the edge of my seat. So much so that I often had to put the book down… just to breathe. I’ve had to do this with every single one of her books though, so it was completely expected.
I’ve learned so much about Patrick and Marcy throughout the years as I’ve been reading about their children’s love-lives... and oftentimes seeing things from their perspectives. It might be the writer in me, but I love knowing the entire story. And reading about the beginning of Patrick and Marcy’s love story now, after I’ve been acquainted with them for so long, brings back to mind so many things I’ve read about them over the years. And all these words, when combined and piled up into such a very touching and all-encompassing love story, teaches without fault how God’s awesome love for us can transform our dust and ashes into something beautiful, time and time again.
I am sad that this book won’t be in paperback (eBook format only), but I am very glad to have had the chance to read it for Julie’s pre-release blog tour. I give Julie Lessman’s A Light in the Window 5 stars.
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Fooled by a pretty boy once,
shame on him.
Fooled by a pretty boy twice,
shame on me.