Let’s get straight into Sweet Olive book review, Shall we?
Sweet Olive is an amazing book about a girl with no roots and a heart set on a dream that seems to be wavering in the distance. Camille Gardner is a bright young woman who has seen many places and has been to many places but never had a place to call home. A few secret issues start to bubble up beneath the surface as she takes on her last and final job in the heat of Sweet Olive community. Sweet Olive takes readers on a journey with Camille as she finds a place to call home.
Sweet Olive is an amazing book. It held suspense and tingling romance that would remind me of God’s unsuspecting ways of putting people together. Judy Christie has done an amazing work. The feelings from the main character somehow resonated with me, Camille Gardner had some similarities of things many people these days go through. As for the other characters, they too were a delight. To work in so many characters and yet pull out a bit of suspense made this novel worth the read.
The message of Sweet Olive was a ‘sweet’ undertone of finding a home, where you are wanted and where you feel the presence of God calling you. No matter how much you look around if God lays it on your heart to be there, there it is you shall be; and that aspect was one in a million. This novel I would recommend.
Hope you enjoyed the review, I highly recommend this for a summer read or something to pass long times.
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