Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Gone South by Meg Mosely

Looking for a great summer fiction read? Give Gone South by Meg Mosely a try! :) This is a great clean book with some nice character development. It's enjoyable -- you won't want the story to end!

Letitia, the main character, entertains romantic ideas about her far-back-in-history ancestors; so much so that she purchases their original house and decides to jump full in and form a new life there. She fully expects to be embraced because of her historical ties; however, the reality is much the opposite. Her name alone sets people on edge and turns would-be friends into uninterested enemies.

Despite her disappointments, she finds the time and ability to serve the Lord through opening her home to a troubled individual. She helps this girl through many difficulties and. . .you'll have to read it to get more!!

Is it a romance? Only slightly. There's just a touch of that, not the focus. The focus is really the sweet story. Not really a romance, not history, not a mystery. . .just a good story.

I'd certainly recommend this book! It is one of the most enjoyable books I've read lately!

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review. I was not required to write a positive review.

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