“For years he’d possessed her dreams, but she’d been the master of those dreams. Now, he possessed her memory, and there was nothing she could do about it.”
Since this series has been out awhile this review is all about discussion, aka SPOILERS ahead, but like Here Burns My Candle, sometimes a girl needs to discuss!
Let’s all agree Charity needs to be smacked.
I was promised by the wonderful Julie Lessman herself that her character goes through some amazing changes in this series, but lordy did I want to scream when it came to her character. I’ll blame immaturity. And selfishness. So I haven’t given up on her yet. But y’all was I yelling when the scene with Mitch went down. I mean, we’re talking Bon Qui Qui “oh no she didn’t!” style.
I need a Mrs. Gerson in my life.
Dear Collin, You.were.dumb. I mean you came around, but buddy…for a significant part of the book I too wanted to give you a “wake up!” slap.
I would have revolted if Patrick really died. REVOLTED. I was thinking WHAT??? It’s way too early in the series for a traumatic death. This series is going to be the death of me.
I really liked Faith’s character. I felt the struggles of life, love and faith were real. I bet we would have been friends.
You guys, trust me when I say Lessman is a riveting storyteller and even though it took me a bit to get on board, I’m so glad I did. So glad! Grab A Passion Most Pure if you haven’t. Trust me on this one.
P.S. How many books deal with this family?? Because I need them all. Immediately.