I enjoyed the ideas it presented
This book grabs the reader's attention from first chapter through to the finale. It really is hard to put down. I enjoyed the ideas it presented, which did not get in the way of the story but were simply a well woven component of the story. I am looking forward to the next book by this author!
A Unique Worthy Read.
“Skating for Grace” is a tender story about a sixteen year old princess of Lichtenbourgh, who is overwhelmed by her responsibilities as a competitive ice skater, and living up to her family’s (and her own) expectations. She wants to study to be a Veterinarian in the USA, but her parents have other ideas for her future. Mentally and physically exhausted she meets twin teenagers from Dubai who introduce her to their steamy environment, their culture, and to the source of their joy. It is then that Jacqueline Chevalier begins her transformation from young adult to young woman. A unique worthy read. Genre- Christian Young Adult Fiction
Good, clean, Christian read
So many books that I get for free, I start and discard. Although they may be labeled "Christian" or "clean," they are not. I was pleasantly surprised that this book was truly clean and Christian. No unscrupulous behavior. No cursing. Instead it brought out values and character that we all need to strive for. Finally, a book that I can let my teens read. Thank you, Anne, and please keep up the clean writing.
You will not be disappointed with this author or her books
This is my first experience reading an Anne Perreault novel and it was a thoroughly enjoyable experience. My niece introduced me to Anne Perreault and to be honest I was skeptical as I haven’t read romance novels in years preferring crime drama and science fiction as well as historical, theology and eschatology books.
This novel was truly entertaining!
Even though I had not read previous books in the series I was immediately captivated by the characters and the story line. I literally didn’t want to stop reading until I finished.
Anne’s character development and the consistency of each character’s personally and traits remained true throughout the story and is an extremely welcome surprise to this analytical reader.
I enjoyed the storyline and felt it was believable as well as uplifting. You do find yourself rooting for the protagonist and hoping all will turn out well in the end.
Living the life...
Totally enjoyed book 4 in the Chronicle series! Jacqueline takes on life challenges and tests her faith... I didn't want this book to end.
Must read series!!!!!!
Ann is an awesome writer. All her books leave me wanting more. She has a knack to keep you engaged and her cliffhangers at the end make you wait impatiently for the next book in the series. I like how she writes excerpts from the next book so you get a little teaser of what is to come. This whole series on Jacqueline's Life was well written, captivating and fun to read. Can't wait for the last book in the series. She is positively one of the best Christian authors I have read
Making All Things Beautiful
I really enjoyed this book!! I admit, I got a little frustrated with Jacqueline, as I thought she should have figured things out a little sooner. However, that's just like real life. Some of us grasp things sooner than others, and in some cases, we're just as hard-headed. I really liked the way Anne brought all of it together, and worked everything out. By the end of the book, I could see why Jacqueline was the way she is. I haven't read the previous books, so that could have been a bit of it. Still, it's a great read!!! I would suggest reading the previous books in the series. I will be going back and doing that!
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