Emma Chandler is different. There’s no denying that. But it’s gotten her to where she is now and there’s no denying that either. But sometimes you’ve got to bend just a little and let compromise sort out the more sticky situations. That’s why, despite her stance on males, Emma must enlist the help of Malachi Shaw to help bail her community out of something.
If Karen Whitmeyer’s stories didn’t have that dash of humor in them I would consider them just like all the other Christian Romance books out there. But the humor makes it something else altogether and I love it. I enjoyed this story as much as I did her others. History and wit. It starts off a little slow but after you get past that you’ll be engulfed by the story of the characters.
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