Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Book Review: Bittersweet Surrender by Diann Hunt
Book Description Via Book Sneeze:
Carly Westlake is living the dream. She spends her days at a spa (okay, so she owns the place), she's dating a hunk, and she's surrounded by chocolate—milk chocolate, her favorite—that she uses for the chocolate facials that made her spa famous.
But when long buried secrets threaten Carley's business and her friendship with business-partner she fights like crazy to keep the dream—and the illusions—afloat.
It takes a miracle of grace to get Carley to finally make that bittersweet surrender to love and real life.
This was pretty much your typical Christian love story. I found this book to be a super easy read with easily relateable characters but in typical fashion of the romance novel you could see where the relationship was headed. However, the twist about Carley's prior business partner and best friend was one I did not see coming and it kept the book with some definite surprise moments.
Overall, I thought this was a good read. Not one where I lost my train of though when I took a hiatus and read a different book in the middle though.