St. Lucian author and reviewer Joana James.

The first review blogger has weighed in…am I crying happy or sad tears? You’ll have to read it to see.

Catch her opinion, hot off the presses, here: Author/Reviewer Joana James’ review of Saving Grace.

Pamelot

p.s. Joana writes Christian young adult fiction. Be sure to browse her books while you’re at her site reading the review!

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6 Responses to Tears of…

  1. That was a crisp, clean, clear review. Very well stated and I totally concur!!
    nan @ lbddiaries recently posted..Our House

    • Pamela says:

      Thanks Nan. I’ve had two reviews that really were important to me lately — one from a judge, about my depiction of the trial scenes. Another from an islander about my depiction of the islands and the people of the islands. Thank God is all I can say. I care so much about getting it right, as well as entertaining people 🙂

  2. Stasha says:

    I don’t mean to be cheeky but I will refrain from reading reviews until I read the book. I am downloading it tonight! And thank you for the invite Pamela xoxo
    Stasha recently posted..Monday Listicles

  3. Ally says:

    Very cool! I’m looking forward to getting the book and am planning on buying one for a friend for Christmas!
    Ally recently posted..Brain Plague

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