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The Edge of Belonging by Amanda Cox

The Edge of Belonging by Amanda Cox

My rating: 4 of 5 Stars


Amanda Cox crafts an elegant story with compelling characters and weaves sometimes difficult topics through the story with grace and heart. There are moments that tug at the heart, characters and situations that are relatable, and the thread of love and family throughout. There are also moments that seem a little too coincidental and the story steps are on the predictable side. Even so, this is an enjoyable light read with Christian elements that are not over-the-top or spread too thick. This makes it available and enjoyable for a broader audience, which I appreciate. I really enjoyed the connections between characters as their stories evolved. Overall, this is a well written and crafted story that belongs in the hands of readers, regardless of their preferred genre.


I received a complimentary review copy of this book through the publisher in exchange for an honest opinion. In no way was I otherwise compensated nor was a positive review required. These are my opinions which may or may not mirror your own and belong solely to me.



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Book loving single mother to a wonderful special needs child who fills my life with adventures, excitement, love and innocence.