Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Choosing Charity Book Review




When Kit learns that her biological mother wants to meet her, it seems her perfect life is about to come tumbling down. With a new job, a husband she adores, and friends all around her, can Kit possibly be expected to risk everything for a woman who left her in a dumpster to die?

Of course, love comes in many forms. Now Kit's about to learn that when faith and hope aren't enough, charity can make things right.

My Review:

I truly enjoyed Choosing Charity. It had some gut-punching twists and was a very touching story (I'll admit it, I cried, more than once). I'm a bit behind and read Choosing Charity first, now I'll have to go back and read Finding Faith and Having Hope. The author did a great job of making the book read like a stand-alone even though it was the end of a trilogy. I didn't feel lost but I did feel like I wanted to go back and get the whole story.
I would definitely recommend Choosing Charity to those who like a heartfelt family drama.  
 
Giveaway Info:

As part of the tour, Terri is generously offering a grand prize giveaway of the Faith, Hope, and Charity trilogy, including hard copies of Finding Faith, Having Hope, and Choosing Charity. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this post or any of the other stops on the tour. (Visit http://thebookbug-hogan.blogspot.com/p/choosing-charity-blog-tour.htmlthe tour page for the full tour schedule.) The more stops you comment on, the more entries you have into the contest!
** Giveaway ends September 7th.



12 comments:

  1. Thanks for the review and for being part of the tour!

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  2. Don't remember hearing of this series before. It sounds really good. I love stories about family members.

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  3. It was really good, good enough that my 13yo son listened to me explain the plot and then he sat and asked questions about it. We don't usually discuss the books I read, which is really unfair because I have to hear all about some sci-fi thriller!

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  4. Glad you mentioned that it's worth reading even if you haven't read the first two books. To me, even if the book is part of a trilogy, it needs to be able to stand-alone.

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    1. I agree but it's a hard thing to do without retelling the first stories too much.
      Thanks for stopping by,
      Cami

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  5. Sounds like an interesting read. Thanks for sharing, I'll have to look into this series! :)

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