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And the Greatest of These Is Love

by Staci Stallings

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The story line is terrific (as always). Staci Stallings knows how to weave characters into a story and tie it all together neatly. My only complaint (and it's a pretty gripe) is that there is way too much changing POVs (point-of-view). It jumps around without an actual page break, paragraph break, or any special use of symbols to signify a change. I don't like the "surprise jump" from view to her view. I really hope that this book will be re-edited because it's a very good book, but I think a lot of readers will appreciate it more if it's done properly. ( )
  caslater83 | Nov 12, 2016 |
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