Joy Comes in the Morning #urban #Christian fiction #book review
Vertical Reach =4
Alex Carter and her fiance are both very transparent and believable in how they relate to God throughout the story.
Ministry Message =5
Shame and secrecy can keep you imprisoned in the darkness like the night but the freedom in truth brings the light like and joy.
The plot and storyline were compelling but sometimes the most powerful emotion the Alex evoked from me was annoyance. I was more interested in seeing how things turned around for her sister by the end of the book than I was for her. Overall it is a good read albeit with an irritating protagonist at times.
Aesthetics = 2
While pretty and spiritual I don't understand what the cover has to do with the story. They are not Catholic and very little of the story happened in the actual church. Just saying, I wasn't feeling it.
Dollar$ & $ense = 3.75
The theme of the story is enjoyable and the cast of characters are diverse enough to keep you engaged even if one of them is rather annoying. Overall a good pick for Ashea Goldson, urban Christian and romance readers.