Book Review: Aglow by Michelle Pennington

AglowTitle: Aglow
Author: Michelle Pennington
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Release Date: Oct 26, 2011

Book Summary:

Christmas is only days away when Ashley Wright leaves Utah and college life behind with nothing to show for the last four years but a bachelor’s degree. Her hopes of finding love with a good Mormon boy have eluded her. She believes that a family Christmas at home will lift her spirits and maybe even help her forget the man her heart yearns for. But life has other plans, and soon her lonely heart will be set … Aglow.

Cheryls review

Sweet story that is perfect to put one in the mood for the holidays! Ashley’s family is so much fun. I loved all the teasing and protective brothers. Mark is so strong and good, he seems to good to be true. This is precisely the problem Ashley has. Believing that he is real and that his intentions toward her are genuine. Some of the pacing was a little slow, but the family dynamics were so fun that I really didn’t mind the extra detail. This is Michelle Pennigton’s first published story. I fell in love with her writing when I discovered her True Images series. Those stories are a bit more developed with more layers to each story. Still, I really enjoyed this first story of Michelle’s and the homey Christmas feeling it brought with it. I always look forward to more of Michelle’s writing.

4 stars

Rating: 4 stars – Great Book!

Content: Clean

Source: ebook for review

This book can be purchased at Amazon.