Sunday, January 13, 2013

Echoes - A Review

Lauren Phillips thought that she was happy. Happily engaged. Happily working at a steady job. When her fiance breaks the engagement, she's lost. Her brother introduces her to the wonderful world of the Internet and sets her up with a pen pal known as "KC." Over the months, emails fly back and forth between KC and "Wren." When Lauren is given a chance to meet KC in person, will she take it? Or will she hold back from what could be an everlasting love?

The third book in the Glenbrooke Series doesn't have to be read in order. While this one is not my favorite book, it is still a sweet story. I love how Lauren grows and changes through the book. I also love the beautiful new cover. I'd originally read this book for the first time when it was first published in 1999 and have reread it several times since. I personally love this cover much more than either the first cover or any of the other reprints that have come since. This is unlike any of Robin's other books in this series in that the romance takes place entirely via  email.

I received this book for free from Waterbrook/Multnomah's Blogging for Books Program for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

Recommend to fans of Robin Jones Gunn, Denise Hunter, Deborah Raney, sweet romances

Rating - 4 stars



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