A Time to Love by Barbara Cameron
Review: Ok. So I've heard about this Amish Romance trend, and I was vaguely interested in giving it a try. And I had this book sitting around in my Nook. So I read it.
SUPER underwhelmed. Like, SO MANY THINGS about this book just don't make sense. I don't even know where to begin.
So you spent a summer or two here when you were a teenager, and that has prepared you to completely overhaul your life? And now you're gonna marry this guy you haven't seen in ten years and only met again a couple months ago? And you're some foreign war correspondent who's dedicated to helping people, but now you can somehow help children in war zones from this sleepy Amish town with no electricity?
I just... I can't even.
Like, this book had so few redeeming qualities that I can't even think of any now.
Maybe there are better books to read that fit in with this trend?
Goodreads Shelves: bechdel-test, fluffy, is-this-a-kissing-book, nook-book