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    An interesting story about an interesting communit

    Leah Howard, born with the name Lola to a young single mother who deserted her observant Jewish family, Leah has experienced troubles and sadness in her life, including the loss of a seemingly good job and the accidental death of her fiancé. In her mid-thirties she decides to lead an Orthodox Jewish life, but she is not totally accepted by the Brooklyn community in which she is living. Her volunteer childcare for Yaacov, a 40 year old widower with five children (two of whom are very young) leads to her increased understanding of the community and to a relationship with Yaacov. This relationship has initial difficulties due to concerns within the community, but there is a happy resolution to their story. Having read Naomi Ragen's previous novels, I was anxious to read "An Unorthodox Match". While it is a good read, personally I do not think it is one of Ragen's best novels. Her relationship with 40 year old widower Yaacov
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    A solid 4 Star story!

    An Unorthodox Match By Naomi Ragen An interesting story involving a newly converted Orthodox Jewish girl from New York who falls in love with an Orthodox Jewish widower’s family as she volunteers to help them out through a rough patch. It is her mitzvah. Lola, now Leah, comes from a quasi Jewish family herself and has found solace in the orthodoxy of her faith. She likes the clear cut rules and boundaries set within. Leah also wishes to find a mate in order to leave her former unfulfilling life behind. There is much for the reader to discover here about Orthodox Judaism and its tenets, customs, holidays, ups and downs. There is plenty of Hebrew and Yiddish to be learned in this book. Leah loves Yaakov’s children and the Orthodox life more and more everyday. This well written and informational tale will widen your scope about the life of Orthodox Jews. You will feel for the family and Leah as their conflicts turn into triumphs and Leah prays to find the love she was hoping for in this tight knit community. My sincere thanks to #NetGalley and #StMartinsPress for an ARC for this review.

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