Saturday, October 16, 2010

Lily's Redemption by Jeffrey Allen Davis

Lily's Redemption
Lily's Redemption by Jeffrey Allen Davis

from publisher's website:
Ever since his wife was killed in a car accident, novelist Thomas Bradford has dedicated his life to his young daughter, his writing, and to Christ. But when Kassandra Moore, a lovely young woman from California, moves to his Missouri town and begins attending his church, he is surprised to find himself falling for the new Christian. But the darkness from her past comes back to haunt her and threatens everything that Tom holds dear

My Take:  This was an ok book.  Was I blown away by it?  No.  It did have an interesting premise but I thought some of the plot was just not very believable and that some of the plot was not developed enough.  It is a a short book and it is a bit difficult to write a review of it without giving away to much of the story.  
I thought that the development of the relationship between the two main characters happened way to fast to be very believable considering Kassandra's past and Thomas' wife's death.  
I also thought that the aspect of the plot that dealt with the missing missionary should have been developed more.  
Would I recommend this book to anyone?  Not really unless it was just for something to read while you are looking for your next great read. 

I received a electronic copy of this book from in exchange for an honest review.   

No comments:

Post a Comment

Due to a recent large amount of spam comments I have decided to start comment moderation. I love comments so please leave them.