The Rekindling of Love - Derrick Knight
"The writing style felt very clunky. It seemed to be very formally written. Rarely were contractions used that I noticed. Sometimes facts would be restated when a new character entered a scene, even though the reader was privy to the prior conversation and didn’t need to have the information repeated. I think a couple of rounds of editing would probably have made this an excellent book and cut out approximately 75 pages.

The main characters created by Mr. Knight were very likeable, and I was rooting for them. Even the cast of secondary characters was quite likeable. When they get their own stories, I will probably be rooting for them as well. With the characters already established, and a promising storyline like the one seen here in The Rekindling of Love, I have every hope that Mr. Knight relaxes his style a bit and writes a much more readable sequel."

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