A Love Surrendered by Julie Lessman ~ Revell Blog Tour & Review

A Love Surrendered (Winds of Change, #3)
My Review: I did not want this story to end!

A Love Surrendered grabbed me right from the start, drawing me to Annie's plight. I loved how she was a brand new character, which was a kind of break in pattern from the other books in the series.

I just loved this book, the pages turned rapidly and the the time flew by, yet at the same time I was dreading reaching the end, not only of the book, but the final chapter in the O'Connor family saga! I don't know what I'll do now that all the O'Connor's are married!

I loved how in this book I got to see much more of Steven, whom I have always kind of never got to know in the other books, and finally get to see what makes him tick. And Annie, was a sweetheart from the start. So for me it was great watching Annie and Steven, and getting to know them better :) I also loved catching up with the other O'Connors from the previous books.

In all this was a wonderful conclusion, that was everything that I'd hoped it would be and more! A Love Surrendered  is fraught with drama and sparkles of humor and wit, that took me through a host of emotions. Personally, I think that this book isn't one that you can just pick up without reading the previous books, mainly because who would want to miss a single moment with the O'Connors? I certainly wouldn't!

But A Love Surrendered has it all, romance, drama, history, smiles, wit, laughs, and characters that you can't help but cheer for. I can't wait to see what Ms. Lessman will come up with next!

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!


  1. WOW, FAYE ... what a review!! Thank you SO much, my friend, for not only reading my book, but taking the time to write such a wonderful review as well -- I am blessed!!

    I am giving you a point in my review contest, so if you post this fabulous review anywhere else, PLEASE let me know so I can give you additional points, okay?

    And, Faye, I responded to your query about the blog tour for ALITW on FB a while back, but never heard back from you. If you would still like to be part of it, I would love to have you, and you can even post after the blog-tour dates of 10/22-26, okay?

    Thanks again for making my day!!


  2. Julie,

    Thanks so much for stopping by! I am so glad that you liked the review, I had such a time writing the review because I wanted to do the book justice. I'm looking forward to reading A Light in the Window, thanks so much!



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