When Grace Sings, a novel written by Kim Vogel Sawer, is book 2 in the series. I didn’t know this until I got the book, which had me confused the first few chapters in. This book is about a young woman, Alexa, running a B&B in her grandmother’s Mennonite home. But when a reporter shows up to stay, he reveals secrets no one wants out. Anna Grace, Alexa’s cousin, comes to stay in the community while her fiance’ finishes the house they will live in. But the tension between Alexa and Anna Grace mount as secrets come to surface.
Overall this book would have been pretty good if I head read the first one! I will say it took me longer to finish and it got pretty boring in some parts. Normally I like Kim Vogel Sawyer, but this book was so hard to get interested in. By the end some things made sense, but it lacked true excitement. Not sure if I will finish this series or not.
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.
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