My Review of Glimmer of Hope by Julie Lessman

by Tamera Lynn Kraft

A Glimmer of Hope

by Julie Lessman

A novella prequel to Isle of Hope Series

She’s a wounded girl serving up trouble.
He’s a pastor’s kid bent on serving God.
But can they find a glimmer of hope for a future together?

From the moment Jack O’Bryen kissed the sixteen-year-old tomboy next door, he knew he would love her forever. Lacey Carmichael was everything he’d ever wanted—intelligent, warm, and brimming with life, the perfect complement to his serious and sensible self. A girlfriend who not only shared his faith, but he hoped his future as well, the perfect mate for a would-be pastor.

Eighteen-year-old Lacey Carmichael has dreamed of marrying Jack O’Bryen since she was twelve years old, the boy next door who always picked up the pieces after her father shattered her heart. But when her cousin leads her astray while Jack’s away at school and her father’s rejection soars to new heights, Lacey finds herself at odds with the boy that she loves, not only jeopardizing their relationship, but Jack’s faith and heart as well.

My Review:  ♥  ♥  ♥  ♥  ♥

This tragic romance was difficult to read. Lacey’s distraught relationship with her emotionally abusive father broke my heart. Jack’s desire to live for God and do things the right way conflicting with his desire and passion for the love of his life is torrential and shows how strong temptation can be, and I could feel his struggle. Julie Lessman has done it again in writing this Isle of Hope prequel. worthy of a Shakespearean tale of young love gone wrong. Only with God, there is always a glimmer of hope. I won’t tell you how it all works out, but once your finish the last line, make sure to have Unfailing Love, the next in the Isle of Hope series. You want to read it immediately to know what happens next. I highly recommend this book.

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