Friday, March 31, 2017

Blog Review ~ Given to Fly by K.L Montgomery

Given to Fly
by K.L Montgomery

Can you break your vow if it's the only way to save yourself?

Annelise thought her purpose in life was to get married and have babies. That's what her family and church have been telling her since she was a little girl. But when her marriage turns rocky, and she struggles with her weight and infertility, she fears the childhood dream thrust upon her will never come true.

Then she meets Trek Blue, the father of a little girl in her preschool class. After losing his wife to cancer, he's moved to Indiana with his two young children to seek a fresh start. In need of a friend, Trek is immediately drawn to Annelise, who begins to think of him as a confidant and bright spot in her otherwise dreary life.

But when the two grow close enough to raise eyebrows, she is forced to make a choice. Will Annelise honor her faith, family, and wedding vows? Or will she spread her wings and fly away?



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I have mixed feelings about this book; I enjoyed the writing style, the flow of the story and how Annelise finally got a back bone. On the other hand it made me mad that Annelise even went forward with her marriage after the comment she heard her fiancé Aaron made about her; she continued to stay with him after she found out things that were going on behind her back.

Now for what I feel is the silver lining in this book; Trek and his family. They saved the story in my opinion. Trek helped Annelise see what she was worth even though in my opinion she should of already known. I'm not quite sure what the author was trying to go with this story overall I'll give this one a 4. It did have a HEA which was great.


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