Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Book Review: "Learning To Let Go" (book by Elizabeth Pina)

Happy Tuesday Everyone,

Well, yesterday I finished Elizabeth Pina's Learning To Let Go.

Genre: Inspirational (Christian Romance)

Number of Pages: About 216.

Publisher: White Rose Publishing

Elizabeth has a very nice balance with Christianity and the character's every day life. The characters are those I could see myself coming across (even see a bit of myself in the female main character, Emma). There is a kind of conversion story in there, but it's a gentle sliding into deeper faith. The story is not any specific Christian Denomination and doesn't get into too much doctrine, so, there's a sense that any denomination could read it and see something of their own faith in there.

I ended up really liking the main characters, Keith and Emma and believing in their personalities and story.

The romance was sweet and made this hopeless romantic go "Oh, that's sweet!" (well, at least in my head).

There was also a couple of funny lines in the dialogue (which, for me is always a big plus--I love it when books make me laugh with their humor).

Elizabeth Pina has affirmed that she would do an interview for this blog (Yay!), so I'm going to be writing up the interview and emailing it to her. At this point, Christie Craig's interview will be closer to May when her new novel, Shut Up And Kiss Me comes out, but she's still on for the interview (Yay!)

Have A Terrific Tuesday!


Marsha Sigman said...

That sounds great, Bethany!

Bethany said...


Tell that to Elizabeth Pina, she wrote the book :-)