Unlikely Match

Unlikely Match❮Reading❯ ➶ Unlikely Match Author Beverly King – Bluevapours.co.uk A woman finds an unexpected love with a man of a different faith A woman finds an unexpected love with a man of a different faith.

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  • 271 pages
  • Unlikely Match
  • Beverly King
  • 15 September 2018
  • 1591561930

10 thoughts on “Unlikely Match

  1. Bonnie says:

    I m not sure if it deserves the second star It was just really predictable, LDS cliche fiction I usually don t read this kind of stuff for a reason.

  2. Juli Andrews Jacklin says:

    A good clean romance.

  3. Karli Willden says:

    This one was enjoyable, but a book I would only read once It is a about two single adults in their later years, who are both devout religiously and want nothingthan to find a spouse of his or her own faith One a devout Jew, and the other a devout Christian, specifically a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Circumstances bring them together, and while they know they could never marry, they do enjoy spending time together and getting to know each other After a whil This one was enjoyable, but a book I would only read once It is a about two single adults in their later years, who are both devout religiously and want nothingthan to find a spouse of his or her own faith One a devout Jew, and the other a devout Christian, specifically a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Circumstances bring them together, and while they know they could never marry, they do enjoy spending time together and getting to know each other After a while, however, they begin to develop strong feelings and must distance themselves to save from greater heartbreak He loves his Jewish heritage, and she is firm and loves her Christian beliefs During this time, the most unlikely of circumstances occur, as he is filled with new questions about life and he find his answers and a new conviction where he least expects it It changes his life in drastic ways, and he must decide if his new found beliefs are worth the sacrifice and breaking his family s heart

  4. Kathryn says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I really liked this book Maggie couldn t seem to say, no, to anyone Not her obnoxious brother in law, who was constantly assuming that she was available at a moments notice to watch his two adorable children or any other family member that assumed that just because she was a single 4th grade teacher and had summers free of work that she didn t have other obligations for her timelike finishing her requested manuscript for her mystery novel Maggie didn t mind watching Caitlin and Robert e I really liked this book Maggie couldn t seem to say, no, to anyone Not her obnoxious brother in law, who was constantly assuming that she was available at a moments notice to watch his two adorable children or any other family member that assumed that just because she was a single 4th grade teacher and had summers free of work that she didn t have other obligations for her timelike finishing her requested manuscript for her mystery novel Maggie didn t mind watching Caitlin and Robert especially since she loved children and her recently deceased only sister s children had a permanent place in her heart, but the timing was all wrong, but she did it anyway and while Brad was off finding jobs, she was playing mom and trying to write on the side Then her 80 year old grandmother, her only other living relative, her parents had died in a plane crash starts having health issues not allowing her to live by herself, she feels the weight of all her responsibilities She gets an appointment with the best geriatrics specialist, David Rosenberg He becomesthan Isabelle s doctor but also a caring friend One who is single, but wish strong jewish heritage Over time he gets handed the Book of Mormon along with a book about Parley P Pratt s autobiography and finds that he can t put them down He struggles with finding proof of their trufulness, but with the missionaries help he finds that burning of the Holy Ghost Although he knows it will be hard to break away from his families beliefs, he can t deny what he knows is true in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints He also finds that he has found Maggie to be his soul mate and after finding the truth of the gospel without her knowing of his searching, he asks her to marry him She is able to finish her writing and even get a book published due to David s help with watching her ailing grandmother and her other charges

  5. Susan says:

    Forget the Relief Society Dr David Rosenberg makes house calls David is drawn to Maggie and her grandmother, a new patient Maggie s family is LDS She is a returned missionary, and faithful member wanting, and waiting for, a temple marriage David truly believes in his Jewish faith and is looking for a Jewish wife They are up front with each other and become good friends Their feelings for each other become obvious I ve only known two Jewish men in my life who joined the LDS Church Their Forget the Relief Society Dr David Rosenberg makes house calls David is drawn to Maggie and her grandmother, a new patient Maggie s family is LDS She is a returned missionary, and faithful member wanting, and waiting for, a temple marriage David truly believes in his Jewish faith and is looking for a Jewish wife They are up front with each other and become good friends Their feelings for each other become obvious I ve only known two Jewish men in my life who joined the LDS Church Their families did not support them in their decision They are strong and wonderful members

  6. Shawnee says:

    Wasn t a huge fan I felt the author got caught upin the details of each setting that actually creating a plot The conversations between the characters were laughable because they weren t realistic The language used between characters isn t what would really be used unless they were all PhD s in literature.

  7. Jessica Liza says:

    I forgot to write a review and now I forgot about the book Ha ha I remember that I really liked it though Love the grandma and her feisty personality I feel like I have a lot in common with the main character Fun to read.

  8. Jenny says:

    Good, clean entertainment good before bed read, not wonderful but cute.

  9. Patricia says:

    This book was off to a slow start, so much so that I began to wonder if the story was headed anywhere Eventually, it became a nice story.

  10. Kami says:

    Quick fun read A little to predictable and way to unrealistic, but fun.

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