I’m delighted to share with you my review of Lake Season. This book was an absolute delight to read.
Fear has a crippling effect on us as individuals and sometimes it gets the best of us preventing us from seeing the bigger picture, the possibilities we could have if we just take that first step.
I have a grin so wide. I absolutely adore Happily Ever Afters. This book was a whirlwind of emotions, happiness, sadness, joy. It showed me who I was and the issues I had to deal with.
Molly and Adam were so real. I loved their books. Molly’s insecurities stemed from the sudden loss of her parents and the heartbreak she went through. I understood her fear. It’s easy to want to pull back into ourselves preventing hurt but it also deprives us from enjoying other aspects of life. That kind of fear cripples and I’m glad she had a friend who called her put on this.
Adam!! Nerdy heroes (swoon) I loved his quirks always spouting off some random facts. His insecurities and feelings of not measuring up to the expectations of the people around him was all too real. I was really glad when he finally realised his identity alone comes from God and He’s all that matters. Add in a mystery letter that makes the story all the more interesting.
An awesome read. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley. All opinions expressed are mine.