Unrivaled Review






Unrivaled by Siri Mitchell is a story set in St. Louis in the early 1900's.  Lucy Kendall returns from a European tour with tons of ideas for a new candy that will help save her father's struggling confectionary, but no matter what she tries, it's not enough.  At the same time Charlie Clark comes to town and is reunited with his father, who owns a rival candy company.  Charlie and Lucy have a connection right away, but it's quickly stifled when Lucy realized Charlie is the son of her father's archenemy.

I enjoyed this book.  The Christian message is pretty light in it, but it's there - the message that it doesn't matter what we have done, it matters what God has done to save us.  I liked the character development in the book s Lucy realizes that she has done some things wrong and that her preconceived notions about the Clarks may not be correct.

The romance in the book was cute, and the story kept me interested.  You could also tell the author did her research, which I always appreciate - I enjoyed this book!  I would recommend it.

Note: I received this book for free from Bethany House in exchange for this review.  This is my honest opinion.

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HickChickBritt said...

I just starting reviewing books for Bethany house too! I love that it forces me to take time out and read, something I have been horrible at since I was pregnant with Hayes.

Siri Mitchell said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed my book! Thanks for taking the time to write and post a review.

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