I did have problems with a few things such as Marcus’s treatment of Aurora(being extremely mean and rude), just because he was attracted to her.
I would have liked to have given the book a 3.5 or 3.75 stars mainly because it is one of the first Christian romances that got my attention the way it did in a very long while.
I did think that them falling in love and getting married was fast considering they had spent most of the time they knew each other at odds. Even taking their private correspondence into consideration its still far fetched.
I just took it all in stride though and suspended by disbelief and enjoyed the story for what it was; a light, clean, romance.
That’s the thing about fiction it doesn’t have to be believable to everyone. How much you enjoy this book or not is going to depend on rather or not you are looking for something with a bit of substance or not.
The best thing about this book is that the relationships are centered around their faith in God.