Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Book Review - JUSTICE by Emily Conrad
This Christian romance is outstanding. Excellent. Amazing. And a bunch of other superlatives.
Jake is a Christian, the youth dude in his church, respected and loved by everyone. Almost. Not loved at all by the guy across the street with a bookstore. Jake owns and runs a coffee shop, and he's put in a few little gift books.
Harold warns that he's going to add a coffee shop to his bookstore to even the playing field. Things escalate.
Brooklyn--aka Brook--is the girl Jake has loved since fifth grade. But now she's pregnant, and not by him. Because they've always been an item, a lot of folks think the baby is Jake's. He can't deny it without hurting Brook. Nor can he tell what really happened to make Brook the silent, sad woman she's become.
Jake makes a lot of wrong choices, and I found myself wanting to shake him. Not sure how I could do that, seeing as how he's made of paper, ink, and imagination. Maybe you can figure it out. Go buy the book from Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
I received a free copy of this book from Pelican Book Group. However, neither they nor the author have had no influence over my evaluations and opinions.