After being left the day before the wedding, Noelle has had to learn to love and trust again. Things are now better for Noelle and she is hoping for a ring from her long time boyfriend. She is shocked and stunned when not only does he not propose but breaks up with Noelle only to be with her sister. Noelle wonders and struggles with the idea of ever being able to forgive, trust and love again. Pierce an old friend and someone infamous for being a player takes it upon himself to help Noelle though this hard time, but how can someone who has trust issues of his own help her heal?
This book has a very predominant LDS fiction theme. The book while dealing with issues of forgiveness, trust and love, brings in a lot of LDS culture and beliefs; it does so much so that someone not of the LDS faith might not be able to really connect with the characters at times.
When I first began reading the book, the religious and cultural aspects of it were so prevalent that I found it hard to get into; but as the story continued I really did enjoy the book and began rooting for the characters.
This book is a clean book, free of language and graphic content.
If you are a fan of LDS fiction I definitely recommend this.
About the author:
Laura Walker grew up in southern Arizona. She met her husband, Rob, at Northern Arizona University where she earned her bachelor degree in Elementary Education. She and Rob are raising their six children. Her hobbies include water aerobics and sewing. At the end of the day, Laura loves to curl up with a good book or write one of her own. Pierced by Love is her first published novel. (Find Laura's blog here)
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Disclaimer: I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion and review.