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This Very Moment Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B0048EKJ14
- Publisher : White Star Press; 2 edition (21 October 2010)
- Language : English
- File size : 500 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 199 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 859,890 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I like the idea of the two of these people riding to the rescue of children with disfiguring facial problems. I don't understand the doctor's reasoning behind being a plastic surgeon and yet not wanting to help children. I would think that if it's that much of a problem, he'd have gone into something else. And why did he need to change his name? Not enough of a reason in my humble opinion. It would have been cool to bring a bigger element of suspense into it.
This, to me, is a book about learning to stop running and take a stand. There's got to be a time when you grow beyond the things you fear. The doctor in this book does that. I applaud him for the courage it took to take another look at someone he would just have tossed away before, because she was too demanding that he leave his comfort zone.
I like the doctor's struggle with what he believes religiously. Many people, upon having major struggles in their lives, have this sort of struggle. They ask themselves, "What's God doing up there? Does he care about me or about xxxxxx?" It's easier for some than for others to accept religious beliefs or ideas at face value. Others have to test it. This book kept me reading in hopes that at some time he'd finally figure it out on all counts.
I like that this book asks some religious questions. Any person of conviction wants to marry someone who shares those convictions. I think those who wrote negative reviews based on their dislike of the Christian religion have missed the point of the book. The struggle to marry someone with whom a person is compatible is a very real plot point. I think Rachel handled it well.
More Rachel Ann Nunes, please...:o) She doesn't disappoint.
This is an excellent Christian romance, but Kylee is divorced if that's a deal-breaker for you. Her husband left her because they were having a Down's syndrome baby. The only mistake I saw was "slow" used when "slowly" was needed. I don't agree with Mauro's "Christian" view that there can't be life in any other place in space. I don't think it's probable, but My God is big enough it's possible. All in all, however, I enjoyed the novel much more than I expected. It was a feel-good read.