by Janette OkeMike and I read this book togrther. The thing about Oke as an author is that she writes about everyday occurances. There are not huge climactic happenings in her books.
This particular one is the continuing saga of Virginia Simpson and how she comes to terms with entering into adulthood. Many of the inner conflicts she faces are realistic. I enjoyed reading the book.
My only complaint is that Oke does not truly capture (at least in my case) the feelings of a single adult facing the possibility of never marrying. Oke lets Virginia decide that she is determindly happy that she will be single. It did not ever seem that she backslid in that feeling.
I don't know many women who are determined to be that happy in the single life. But there may be some.
All in all the book is enjoyable and well worth the read.
|Title||A Searching Heart (A Prairie Legacy, #2)|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|Publisher||Bethany House Publishers|
|File size||3.6 Mb|
|Book rating||4.05 (1593 votes)