Announcing a new blog feature! From time to time, I’ll be posting mini-reviews. A mini-review indicates a title that I didn’t love. Maybe I loathed it, maybe I liked it; but I didn’t enjoy it enough to spend as much time as I usually do writing a review.
Now, on to a mini-review:
Karen Kingsbury’s In This Moment
I love checking back in with the Baxters, y’all. In every story, they’re the same devoted Midwestern family facing challenges hand-in-hand. This time, the challenge is Luke’s religious freedom court case supporting an equally devoted high school principal. Seeing how Luke has grown and matured into his own man since his original story just reinforces why he’s always been one of my favorite Baxters.
However, this isn’t one of my favorite Baxter books. I really enjoyed the original novels about the siblings, but these last couple Baxter Family titles haven’t been as addictive of reads as the first few Baxter series were.
Thus, my rating for In This Moment is based on the quality of the writing, my opinion of the book, and probably some nostalgia.
My rating: 3.9/5 stars
Recommended for: fans of Karen Kingsbury, Denise Hunter, and similar authors
Note: I received a copy of this novel via NetGalley.