Review: The Last Summer of Ordinary Times

Book Title: The Last Summer of Ordinary Times
Author:  Deborah A. Jaeger 
Genres: Christian Fiction, Romance, Historical Fiction,
Publisher: Hampton House Publishing
Pub: August 6th 2013 (320 Pages, Paperbook)
Book Source: I review this for Honesty Review

Synopsis:
AN ASTONISHING MESSAGE DELIVERED
TO ORDINARY PEOPLE
A typical teenager, Jillian Macomb is looking forward to her senior year in high school. Or at least she was. Having just broken up with her boyfriend, she receives the stunning and unexpected news that she’s pregnant. As if that isn’t enough, she must convince her parents and her doctor of the truth…she is still a virgin. She forms an unlikely alliance with Stephen Jacobs, her father’s protégé, when they both finally realize the child she carries is no ordinary child. 

Then the miracles begin. 

Amid escalating chaos surrounding the miraculous events taking place around them, Stephen and Jillian fight to protect a blessed child from those whose lust for greed and power threaten to harm the very life that promises to save them.

The Last Summer of Ordinary Times, a novel of suspense, is the story of extraordinary events surrounding the birth of a child, where ordinary people are faced with questions about what they really believe, and whether faith alone is enough when faced with the unimaginable.

My Thoughts:
This book was interesting. But it was a bit creepy. I did enjoy it though. It something different. If you enjoy the story about Christianity. Then this a book for you. I was a little creepy out by it but not horribly. I am not starting it a bad book. I did like it but I it gave me a bit of strange dreams.

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My Rating:

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