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Friday, April 30

Review: Caleb + Kate by Cindy Martinusen-Coloma

caleb and kate

Title: Caleb + Kate

By: Cindy Martinusen-Coloma

Reading Level: Young Adult Christian

Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishing (Release May 2010)

BookWhisperer Rating:

five stars 

 

Book Description:

As the popular darling of the junior class and heiress to the five-star Monrovi Inn empire, Kate has both everything and nothing. She's bored with school and life...until she locks eyes with Caleb at a school dance.

Caleb is new to Kate's exclusive prep school, and it's clear he doesn't fit in. In fact, he and his dad work in maintenance for Kate's father. And while Caleb knows better than to spend time with the boss's daughter, it seems that every time he tries to back away, something pulls him right back in.

When their parents demand that they are to stay away from each other, they learn of a fight between their families that occurred more than fifty years ago. It's a mystery Kate doesn't understand...but a legacy Caleb has endured his entire life.

With the world stacked against them, Caleb and Kate will have to walk by faith to find the path that God has planned for them.

reviews plate copyCaleb and Kate has a spell binding story line that captures it’s readers from the book description alone. I have been anxiously awaiting this book arrival, and I found myself buzzing through the story so quickly I was done before I realized it. Caleb and Kate are amazing characters that demand your respect from page one. Being a Christian myself I love to find a Christian that tweeks your reading desire and spiritual all in one. Even more impressing was that religion was not only an aspect of this novel, but a true player with Kate relation of love and her life’s love. This is a wonderful novel for young adults and adults alike. Martinusen wrapped this entire story in a easy mastered story that will leave all readers begging for more. For the young hearted I believe that this novel is not only a entertaining read, but also a lesson as to what is truly important and responsibilities. The cover of this book is beautiful, and wonderful addition to my bookshelf. I can not only see myself admiring its presence, but I can also anticipate a return visit to this amazing story. For spiritual readers and non this is a beautifully created masterpiece that will keeping your interest.

**Special Thanks to Thomas Nelson for this review copy

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