Book Review: A Moment of Weakness

A Moment of Weakness
by
Karen Kingsbury

When they were children, Jade Connor and Tanner Eastman were the best of friends.  They lost contact when a scandal involving Jade’s mother all but forced her and her father to leave town. Years later Jade and Tanner find themselves face to face again and realize that all the feelings they’d had before are still there.  After a wonderful summer spending time together and getting know each other again, one moment of weaknesses changes their lives forever.

Ten years later when Jade’s husband tries to ruin her life, due in large part to her desire to fight for religious freedom, Jade and Tanner find themselves together again.  Faced with losing her only child, Jade must reveal secrets that she’s held onto for more than ten years. When the truth comes out, Jade and Tanner find their lived changed again – this time for the better.

Originally released in 2000, this second book in Kingsbury’s Forever Faithful series is no less relevant today than it was then. The fights for religious freedom mentioned in the book seem as though they could have been ripped from today’s news headlines. The way the story was written was intriguing and thought provoking, it took me a lot less time to read it than I initially thought it would. I can’t wait to pick up book 3 in this series, Halfway to Forever, to see how to story lines develop.

Disclaimer:
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this review. All thoughts are my own and I was not required to write a positive review.

Buy the Book:
If you’re interested in checking out this book you can find it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, as well as many other retailers.

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