I used to read romance novels, adult and YA alike when I was in my early to mid-teens. It wasn't until I'd reached fifteen that I found sci-fi and horror a great fascination. Honestly, this is my second romance of 2015 but my first, ever Christian romance novel. and I loved it!
Raspberries and Vinegar is about Jo and her two girlfriends who want to return to a natural, spiritual lifestyle. Jo loves the country and carries strong environmental beliefs due to her knowing God would want her to appreciate all He's given. All she's wanted with said life was a man who felt the same way.
Zach is tired of the country living, caring for bovine with a heart that yearns to be a vet in the city. He's also looking for an opportunity to leave his broken heart behind but there's something in Jo Shaw that makes his heart hitch every time he sees her.
When Jo and the girls purchase land from the Nemesek's, Zach's parents, they think they're devoted to one another and lives with God as their only man. But when Jo falls for Hot and Handsome Zach, she fights against her heart strings for the want of a possible husband. Zach also fights but the feistiness and beauty of the short, brown-eyed nature lover won't leave him be.
This book has an incredible story! It's not just about Zach and Jo resisting, doubting and falling for each other. There are crazy situations (and people), a dog who doesn't mind and seriousness that keeps a Christian theme without forcing faith on the reader. The tone is light and airy, just enough to get you to remember there's a plan, a God-driven purpose for everything. I don't think non-Christians will feel weighed down by it this book at all. It's a terrific story with the perfect merger of romance, faith and comic relief. Check it out!
Have a great day and even better book! 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓👓/5 specs
* Rai Turner: Autobiography of an Adult Entertainer is next.
**Book from my personal library.
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