Publish date: August 1st 2010
Publisher: Revell Books
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Lake Manawa Summers (#1)
Quick word about the religious aspect: it is pretty superficial, so about a 1 on a scale of 1-5. This book turned out surprisingly well once I hit the halfway mark (pg. 140). That is when the lies unravel and the truth gets some page space. There are a number of liars in this book: 1. The heroin...
The book was ok, but the characters were not so great. For me the story was slow in the beginning. It isn't till about the end of the book it starts taking off. The heroine, Marguerite is a bit reckless and comes across as a woman with no brains. She doesn't have a problem lying or flirting with oth...
This is a delightful turn of the century Christian novel. The history of the old time summer activities was wonderful, a slice of good fun. While I enjoyed the book I would have enjoy more dimensionality in the characters, especially the antagonist.
I didn't really enjoy this book. It was slow to get into, the heroine was flighty and seemed to be completely unchaperoned (which just didn't seem right for a 'lady' in 1895) and the male characters were cardboard cut-outs. It improved, but IMO, it was just OK, and not one I am likely to re-read. ...
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