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Paint and Nectar by Ashley Clark

Paint and Nectar by Ashley Clark

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

3.5 stars!

Characters: Eliza and Lucy were both entertaining characters. William, even though he had a rough stage as a thief, turned out to be a decent guy by the end. I never connected with Declan though. He was too arrogant for me.

Language: Clean.

Moral: This book included themes of memories, preservation, beauty, and heaven. I struggled to understand some of these themes because they were quite poetic, and my simple mind does better with clear things. 🙂

Plot: This one dragged a bit for me, but that could be because I’m not a huge fan of split-time novels in general (and because I read it over too many days). But readers who enjoy this genre will love the family secrets, missing treasure, and romances.

Romance: Clean. Just a few kisses.

Writing: Ashley Clark has a poetic, detailed writing style that fit this novel well. While this isn’t my favorite style to read, I know many people who love this kind of writing.

Overall: Paint and Nectar was an entertaining read, and I’d recommend it to readers of Christian fiction, split-time novels, historical romance, and contemporary romance.

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Published by Kristina Hall

Kristina Hall is a sinner saved by grace who seeks to glorify God with her words. Things Not Seen is her debut novel. She is a homeschool graduate and holds a degree in accounting. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, arm wrestling, and lifting weights.

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