Monday, July 11, 2016

No Other Will Do by Karen Witemeyer

 I still remember the first time I came across Karen Witemeyer. Her first book had just been released and for me it was love at first read. I've been a fan ever since and have snatched up her books as soon as they come out. No Other Will Do is the story of Emma Chandler who runs a town built to empower and protect women abused or abandoned. Emma's town is left alone for the most part until an ominous threat begins to attack. She calls on her old friend Malachi for help and the war is on. War with the enemy and war with her feelings. 
This book moved a little slow for me but was still enjoyable. Clean and easy to read. Karen Witemeyer writes historical fiction like few others. Nice summer read.
This book provided for review by Bethany House

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