Thursday, 4 June 2015

Prah, Constantine and Baryeh Review Choices of the Heart (The Bradly Sisters: Book 1) by Kelsey MacBride #ChristianRomance

Welcome back to another episode. Oops, we are not putting on a television show here J. Another month of reviews. We chose something we’ve never reviewed together before, a Christian Romance.  Once you finish reading my review head over to Constantine’s and Baryeh’s blogs to see what they thought about the book.

The Blurb
Lauren Bradley wants to find true love and goes about experimenting with online dating and attending church singles groups to find the perfect Godly man. But her efforts are met with disaster and her frustration grows as she becomes impatient waiting for God to bring the right man into her life. She decides to become an entrepreneur and purchase Emilia’s, an Italian restaurant. But her goals of buying the restaurant are thwarted by Andrew, a handsome man who also wants the restaurant for himself. Lauren is attracted to Andrew, but becomes involved with her boss, knowing he may not be the man God intended for her.

Andrew has had a passion for cooking since childhood, spending lots of time in the kitchen with his mother. Now he wants to switch from being a teacher, to fulfilling his lifelong dream of owning a restaurant. But there’s one problem, he’s attracted to Lauren and has to fight her for Emilia’s. Will he fulfill his lifelong dream at the expense of driving Lauren away? Or will he sacrifice his dream and compete with her boss for the chance at true love?

My Review
A lovely read. I found Lauren to be delightfully flawed. Claiming to be a Christian, but not always doing things in the Christian fashion (at least according to her). But she finds her way eventually.

A real relationship didn’t happen between Lauren and Andrew until the end of the book. In the meantime they dealt with a lot of drama from the workplace, relationships they were in with other people, and their family.

I give it three chocolate bars.

I got this book (for free) at Amazon.

Remember to stop by Constantine’s and Baryeh’s blogs to see what they thought of the novella.


  1. I love how you say she's delightfully flawed. It definitely makes her character relatable. As a Christian I often try to do right, but....😉

    Great review.

    1. Thanks, Chelle. Doing right isn't easy for anyone.Christian or not.

  2. I also like your words of delightfully flawed!! Good review, Nana!!! I agree!

  3. Sounds like a sweet romance. I've read a couple of Christian romance and I really liked them.


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