Posted July 18, 2012
It is fairly slow moving. Involving a terrible secret which I was able to guess within the first couple of chapters, the book failed to create suspense. The drama is sometimes stretched a tad too far and becomes almost boring rather than intriguing. The romance was predictable and the leading male character is extremely one-dimensional. The danger then becomes seeing all men as perfect like “Mark”. What were the redeeming factors? There is a strong Christian message to it. Also the portrayal of schizophrenia seems to be fairly accurate. For Tracie Peterson, this is some of her best work, but it is obvious that she still has a long way to go.
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