Monday, February 13, 2017

Book Review: Ornamental Graces

While the cover and title of this book might lead you to believe that Ornamental Graces by Carolyn Astfalk is only a Christmas read,  you would be wrong. This Catholic romance is an enjoyable escape any time of year.

After being badly burned by a woman, Dan Malone is in no rush to get into a relationship with another one, but he can't seem to get his mind off of Emily, the younger sister of a new friend. He has a great deal of baggage to contend with and the two share an on-again, off-again up-and-down relationship, trying to work through all the assorted junk that life seems to throw at them.

Ultimately, this is a story of redemption and forgiveness and the fact that none of us are beyond God's mercy, no matter what may have happened in the past.



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