Jade Connor was cool. Just a downright strong women with a heart of gold. She was a victim of many sad people's ignorance. Without being a spoiler, I did shake my fist a few times and ask "Why Jade? Why did you do it?" I just felt she led with her emotions too often and it made me frustrated. But I loved her because I saw me in her - the person who does not give up and always looks for the good in others. And I was happy to know her faith journey led her far.
In trying to find a fault in this book, I came up short. I could not find a single detail, errror or inconsistency. I only share that because in reading an entire book, there is always one picayune detail I come up with which I feel the need to share.
I realized in reading A Moment of Weakness that I need to read more Karen Kingsbury books! Her writing style is so fresh and to the point. I like that the details are not over emphasized or "wordy". She writes with crisp sentences and I do believe this is what makes me so easily get drawn into the story. I feel like Jade and Tanner are my friends. For the one week it took me to finish this book, I felt their presence as I thought often of them and what would happen in their world.
I cried, laughed and just thoroughly enjoyed A Moment of Weakness. I need to do more of this type of reading. These types of books are like a spa day for your soul. Reading truly does take you places can never go. I want to be in Jade and Tanner's world forever.....
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Multnomah as part of their