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A Passion Redeemed (Daughters of Boston Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2014

    I thought it was just me

    I have never disliked a character in a book more than I do Charity. There was little I liked about her in either book although I did like her more with Brady than I did Mitch. Glad to know it wasn't just me and that others disliked her also. I'm looking forward to learning more about Brady and Elizabeth in book 3.

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  • Posted March 4, 2014

    A great sequel! 3 ½ stars I started this book not liking Charit

    A great sequel! 3 ½ stars
    I started this book not liking Charity O’Connor at all. I’ve never read a book where I didn‘t care much for a main character. I usually just quit, but I liked A Passion Most Pure so much, that I had to find out what would happen with Charity and Mitch. I am happy to say, that I did end up enjoying this book a lot. Charity grew on me as the story progressed. Julie is an excellent storyteller and I was quickly drawn into the story.
    If you’ve read a Passion Most Pure, then you know part of Charity’s story. For some reason, unknown to even her, she is often cruel to those closest to her. She pushes her family away and will manipulate a situation to what she thinks is her advantage. She uses people and the only ones she seems to truly love are her great-grandmother, grandmother, and best friend Emma. We get the impression that something awful happened to her, but we don’t find out what until later on. While Charity has several unfavorable traits, she has a sweet side too, which is what endeared her to me. We see that she has a kind spirit, but for some reason, she hides it.
    I loved Mitch! He was great in Faith’s book, so I was super excited to read his story. He’s a little rough around the edges and doesn‘t always react kindly. His faith has grown stronger and he’s determined to live a life honoring God, but Charity makes it difficult. She gets under his skin like no one else, which leads to a lot of interesting arguments and altercations. We also see a kind side in him, as well. While gruff on the outside, inside he truly cares about those around him, sometimes against his better judgment. I loved how sweet he was with Charity, even when she was being a pain. He’s perfect for her, because he doesn’t allow her to push him around or manipulate him like she does her other beaus.
    My favorite part was the redemptive theme woven throughout the book. Mitch and Charity both must be redeemed by God’s love and love Him first. That is what He requires of each of us, that we love Him first and seek His will. Charity spends most of the book bucking His will and trying to go her own way. She is determined that she doesn’t need Him, and my favorite part in the whole book is when she finally understands that she is His and she is redeemed. I almost cried with her. Mitch also learns that he cannot continue to allow himself to be defined by his past and cannot continue holding Charity’s mistakes against her, either.
    I love the faith in each book, because while entertaining, they also teach and remind. They teach us something new about ourselves and about God as we view our hearts and lives through this lens. They remind us who we are in Him and show us the kind of passion He has for us.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2013

    Unrealistic - use a wheelchair!

    I have to agree with other reviewers that it's very difficult to like Charity. She's an immature spoiled brat. Also the trip to America on the ship is totally unrealistic. It makes no sense that Mitch would take Charity back alone especially when they aren't married and she needs help with dressing and other personal issues. Also it's a totally ridiculous that he's carrying her everwhere - apparently they never heard of something called a wheelchair which was invented in 1595.

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    Posted January 9, 2011

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