Saturday, March 26, 2016

Review: An Uncertain Choice

An Uncertain Choice An Uncertain Choice by Jody Hedlund
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Lady Rosemarie is a month away from her eighteenth birthday and the time she will become a nun. Although she has accepted this event as necessary, it was not a choice she made herself. Her parents made the vow in order to conceive her, yet Lady Rosemarie has just learned of a second alternative. If she falls in love and marries before midnight of her eighteenth year, she would not have to be cloistered. Will she fall in love with one of the Knights presented to her? Can she trust her heart to guide her in this uncertain choice?

An Uncertain Choice is the first book in a series by the same title. Readers will be teased with information that would have been provided in the prequel novella (The Vow), but that book is not needed to enjoy and understand this portion of the story. This is a clean and fun romance that would be great for a weekend escape, but it is not geared toward any literary awards. Readers will have a good time following the romance and intrigue, but there are no surprises in the predicable ending.

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