Book Review: In Front of God and Everybody

In Front of God and Everybody: Confessions of April Grace
By
KD McCrite

April Grace is a young girl growing up in the Ozarks.  Life is normal and comfortable on the family farm until some new neighbors shake things up. April Grace doesn’t care much for the neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. St. James, or the new guy in town, Jeffrey Rance.  Though her family keeps telling her she should be nice and look for the best in people, she can’t get over the feelings she has about them. Will she be able to overcome these feelings or will her intuition pay off?

Even though this book is geared toward young adults, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. KD McCrite has written a story that reels the reader in; settings are vividly described and characters are beautifully developed. April Grace is witty and fun; it’s quite fun reading a story written in her voice.  If my daughter were older, I’d definitely be passing this book on to her. I might even pick up some of the other books in the series for myself to read in the future! 🙂

This book can be found at Amazon and Barnes and Noble, as well as many other retailers.
Disclaimer: A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review by Thomas Nelson Publishers. All thoughts are my own and I was not required to post a positive review.

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