Lately I’ve found out how hard authors work to write, publish, and sell their books. Therefore I always try to be kind in my reviews while staying honest.
Unfortunately I just didn’t like Lisa Samson’s Book Titled The Passion of Mary-Margaret. I’m not interested in the Catholic faith and I don’t like the way it jumped between reminiscing and real time.
I do not think that Lisa Samson is a bad author. I would try another of her 19 books sometime.
Here’s the back cover blurb:
When Mary-Margaret Danaher met Jude Keller, the lightkeeper’s son, she was studying at convent school on a small island in the Chesapeake Bay. Destined for a life as a religious sister, she nevertheless felt a pull toward Jude-rough and tumble, promiscuous Jude.
After sojourning as a medical missions sister in Swaziland, Mary-Margaret returns to the island to prepare for her final vows. Jude, too, returns to the island, dissolute and hardened. Mary-Margaret can hardly believe it when the Spirit tells her she must marry the troubled boy who befriended her all those years ago, forsaking the only life she ever wanted for a man she knows she’ll never love.
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