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    Great companion novel to Saving Grace

    I received this ebook through ebooksforreview in exchange for an honest review. First off, if you haven’t read Saving Grace, I highly recommend you read that one first. They are both REALLY good books and I’m sure the third one is going to be just as good. Now for those who are a little confused with the concept of the “companion novel” let me explain. Saving Grace which was the first book published read as a stand-alone. Loving Helen could also be read as a stand-alone, but I have to admit that I was really glad I had read Saving Grace before. Both books cover about the same period of time, BUT from different points of view. Saving Grace tells the story from Grace and Nicholas alternating POV, as for Loving Helen it retells the story from Helen and Samuel alternating POV. But Saving Grace really introduces the characters and really starts from the beginning as for Loving Helen starts a little later and thoroughly summarizes past events. This book is great because reading only Saving Grace, I felt like I would want to know more about her sister Helen. The second installment really gives you that chance. The love story is very well developed and the characters are very believable. And for anyone thinking that it is going to be very predictable since it tells the same story as the first one, you couldn't be more wrong. The author didn't make this book about Grace, it is really about Helen. So there are a lot of new elements and even though you think you might know the ending because you read it in Saving Grace, think again because you might be surprised!

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