Thursday, July 23, 2015

When Grace Sings {Review}

The second book in the Zimmerman Restoration series, When Grace Sings picks up the story of Alexa, the adopted daughter of an Amish exile.  We find Alexa managing the B&B in her grandmother's house as a stranger reporter comes searching for his break out story.  But they both hold their own secrets.  She's hiding from hers and he's running from his.  But in a small Amish community, secrets have a way of catching up.

Picking up from the first book, When Mercy Rains, I was curious to see what direction Sawyer would take with this book.  Middle books are so hard to write in trilogies.  However, this book offered new engaging characters and really took the trilogy in an unexpected direction.  And quite a delightful one.  

This book is written in such a way that we "hear" from each character's perspective.  It can get confusing at first and the first several chapters took me awhile to get into the flow of reading.  However, as the book moves on, it allowed me glimpses into each of their thoughts.  It makes for an interesting read.

All in all, I'm delighted with how this series is progressing.  This book was a well-written "middle" and I look forward to the conclusion of these characters' story.

*Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book for review.  All opinions are my own.

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