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Posted December 5, 2012
Lukewarm by Will Montgomery Lukewarm is told primarily through the eyes of Luke Jennings. At age thirty-three he still hasn’t found his soul mate and is rather lukewarm on the whole love idea. He does have a best friend who is a girl (even though he questions the idea that guys and gals can truly be friends) and he wouldn’t mind her being more, but not happening. He wants to help his friend and sister to see they are in the wrong relationships but bides his time. Luke is full of information on the whole relationships and breaking up issues. Harvi Jennings was actually making her mark in Nashville as a songwriter but her eighteen month relationship was going down the drain. A clogged drain. Stuck. B, who’s real name is Blair Randall, is an actor working as a waiter and also Luke’s roommate. He easily attracts beautiful women but sometimes the outside is not what you get on the inside. This is written in more of a conversational form. Mostly Luke’s thoughts but it also adds what some of the others are thinking as well. It does hit on real life relationship issues. The ex-girlfriend who can’t let go. The boyfriend/girlfriend you just know is wrong for you and isn’t that one person God chose for you to spend your life with but….you invested this much time already. As our three main characters travel through life they are reminded they had left their most important relationship on the path behind them somewhere….their relationship with God. There are some unexpected twists and turns in this book and it does end letting you know there is more to come. Lukewarm was quite different from what I usually read but I really enjoyed it. At times you wanted to shake the characters so they’d wake up and see the obvious. The author writes things within his story that I know this age group (late 20's early 30's) really do deal with. Looking forward to see what happens next in the lives of Luke, Harvi, B and some of the others when the story continues.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.