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I just finished The Waiting. It captured my interest right from the beginning. I found it hard to put down.
I really enjoyed it!
Yes, I needed tissues at the end, which is saying a lot since at the beginning I really didn’t think I was going to like these people. They were too…realistic. I like my take-me-away fiction to take me away from all that. But I was compelled to follow these two oddball people in The Waiting, which is not Amish fiction, by the way; just really sweet and wholesome even with some pretty significant tension. Hence the reality part; hence the tension.
I am accused of not letting my characters out of the bag of life when I choose to let them exercise self-control and not use sex for recreational purposes. I think it’s awkward to forcedfeed vicarious lifestyle choices on others without opportunity to make choices and changes. James’s characters, Katherine and Sam, are certainly flawed, but modernly appropriate. Katherine is so wound-up following rules she made for herself, in being so regulated that she forgets to stop and enjoy life. Sam, the professional athlete with a self-realized dre
I loved reading this book. Refreshing and wonderfully clean and honorable. It spoke of regret, repentance, forgiveness, acceptance and moving forward listening to the promptings of the Holy Spirit. To many times, premarital sex and living life for yourself is portrayed as acceptable and normal. Thank you for showing us, purity is still something worth keeping. Sam and MaryBeth show us a sweet pure love and second chances are worth pursuing.
Siouxanne PBG Booklover