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Blind Faith: Coming Out Should Have Been Easy (Duckton-by-Dale Romance Book 2) by Emma Nichols


This book is funny and sweet. The villagers of Duckton-by-Dale remain as crazy (if not more) and as nosy as they were in the first book.

Faith Divine is comes to the village as a temporary vicar making a stop at the café run by Drew Pettigrew. Faith pulls up on a red Ducati mobike – all black leather, tattoos and lean sexiness and Drew is smitten. Drew is quite certain about her sexuality, but hasn’t been able to come out to her mom, Esther, who insists on setting up Drew on dates with any and every bachelor she knows of. Drew, in fact, has nursed a thing for her best friend Harriet Haversham for a long time. That is till she finds Faith. Despite being friends with Vera and Jenny, and knowing Grace and Harriet; Esther refuses to accept Drew’s sexuality.

Faith and Drew are a lovely couple. Initially the book describes mostly Drew’s reaction to Faith, but their chemistry is evident. The pacing of the book is good. The characters and situation are quite funny.

This is a light, very entertaining read. 


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