Things aren’t always as they appear. I think is a core message in this story. Along with, in any circumstance if we give our hearts to God, He can use us for great things.
Meri and Jakob’s story take up several years after the end of the first book, No Other, and right away I could tell there is strife in their household. I believe this book shows an excellent example of what life must be like for a married couple with one or two feet in Hollywood. But this book isn’t a sermonette about such situations. It also delves into the intimate beings of Meri and Jakob who struggle with poor past decisions and how they have affected their current life.
I would definitely call this edgy fiction, which I believe is what it was intended to be. I thought it was tastefully done, but also to show that sex isn’t the answer to every problem. And while Meri and Jakob like to think it is, there is a growth and maturity that must take place in their hearts.
There were moments in the story I would have liked expanded upon. More emotive fiction, but in the end I thought overall character development was well done and I enjoyed my time in this story. A great follow up to its predecessor, No Other. Be sure and check out IN ALL THINGS.
This review is my honest opinion. Thanks to the author for my ARC to review.