Unforseeable Review

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I have to admit, the reason I requested Unforseeable by Nancy Mehl was because I saw that the main character was named Callie!  I rarely meet a Callie in real life, and I think I've read two other books with a character named Callie.  It's kind of fun to see your name in print.

Callie Hoffman is a Mennonite woman, getting ready to marry the man she loves, Levi.  But then a series of murders come to their town, and Levi starts acting like he knows something about what's happening.  At the same time Callie starts to wrestle with some things about herself that she has never faced before.  Will they find the murderer?  What does Levi know?  Will Callie and Levi get their happily ever after?

I really enjoyed this book.  I felt like the struggles and doubts that Callie had throughout the book were believable, and there was good character growth (which I always like).  The mystery was really good, and I didn't figure it out until the very end, and even then there was a little surprise twist that I wasn't expecting at all.

I also really liked Mehl's style of writing.  If I had to pick one word to describe this book, I would say "cozy".  Mehl's writing style is warm and cozy, which is quite a feat when she is writing about blizzards and murders.

I would definitely like to read the other books in this series after reading this one, and I would recommend this book!  It had just the right amount of suspense, romance, coziness, and lessons-learned.  Good read.

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

Sounds like a book I'd really enjoy!

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