Monday, April 28, 2014

CFBA Presents Paige Turned by Erynn Mangum

My review is at the end...enjoy!
This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
Paige Turned
TH1NK (April 1, 2014)
Erynn Mangum


A few things about her:

So, if we were having this conversation in person, we would probably be hanging out at Starbucks or one of the cute coffeehouses in town. I’m nuts about all things coffee, I’m crazy about all things pink and girly, and I love, love, love the Food Network! I’m married to my best friend and the most amazing guy ever, Jon. He is amiable toward coffee, does not like anything pink or girly and tolerates the Food Network. So, we make a good match! In July 2010, we became parents to one of the funniest, cutest, sweetest little guys in the whole world (and nope, we aren’t biased at all!), our Nater-Tot, who is legally known as Nathan. Most days, I’m cleaning up messes, making goofy faces, trying to fit some writing in, and just LOVING the life that God has given me!

Read more about Erynn at her website.


Despite her valiant efforts, Paige Alder seems stuck in chaos. Her new job as youth intern keeps her hopping from coffee shop to coffee shop all summer long, but at least she’s loving the one-on-one time she gets to spend with the girls. The unfortunate side-effect is that now, four weeks of laundry fills her apartment. Plus, she barely has time to help her sister and best friend with their weddings! And even worse? Something is definitely wrong between her and Tyler. She apologized for what he thought he saw happen with Luke. Can’t they move past it? Or could there be something he’s not telling her—something that could change everything?

If you'd like to read the first chapter of Paige Turned, go HERE.

Pattie's Review:

I read the second Paige book, Paige Rewritten, and enjoyed it, so I was looking forward to book 3. I was not disappointed. Paige is a likeable and relatable heroine.  I can totally relate with her feelings of being overwhelmed, and overscheduled, and wondering if anything she's doing has eternal significance.

Erynn Mangum's style is just as readable as I found it with the Lauren Holbrook series.

I will not break the reviewer's code (by giving what Doctor Who's River Song calls "Spoilers!"), but suffice it to say the end of the book was satisfying. :)

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