Review – Love Unfeigned by Nadine Keels
From the first time Lorraine, a plucky and competitive girl, contends on the playground against Isaiah, an impish boy whose smile gleams in more ways than one, the two of them can’t help knowing each other. Neither can they avoid passions and misfortunes lining the path to young adulthood, and when the breakup of Isaiah’s family disrupts the haven he’s shared with Lorraine, their natural relationship is eventually threatened by jealousy, grave trauma, and abandonment.
Reading Nadine Keel’s ‘Love Unfeigned’ was a wonderfully enjoyable experience. It was a truly lovely read which kept me interested & intrigued until the very end. In these times, it was sincerely lovely to read a book that did not contain profanity or explicit sex throughout.
My only regret upon finishing ‘Love Unfeigned’ was that it didn’t go on a little longer to see if the main characters did actually live happily ever after.
**** Four & Half STARS