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Aaron and Erin Thibodeaux are not brother and sister, but their similar names cause all kinds of chaos at summer camp. When they make a pinkie promise, they have no way of knowing how it will play out - especially when their paths do not cross again until 14 years later! But should every youthful promise last a lifetime? Full of light-hearted humor and Christian values, this sweet romance is sure to warm your heart like the summer sun at Faith Stream Camp!

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  • Angelofmusic
  • 03-11-2020

Beautiful

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

I loved this story. It’s a very Christian based story but not too the point that it’s overbearing.
When I read the synopsis I was wondering how Erin and Aaron would meet up again after 14 years. But John thought of an event that works great. I totally wasn’t expecting the serious bad guy. Wow that was a twist but it works out great.
Not to compare... but think of this as similar to The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. Teenagers find love in a chance meeting and life brings them back together much later under interesting circumstances.
If you like romances this is a book for you, if you like innocent teenage romance that matures into something more this is for you.
Great story and great narration.

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  • Deb
  • 29-09-2020

It's a very inspiring story.

I can honestly say that this story is really good and the narrator was fantastic. My problem was with too much God in the storyline. I am a Christian but I honestly felt like he was being pushed down my throat.

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  • sci teacher
  • 29-09-2020

4/5 Promises Kept

Summary:

Aaron and Erin Thibodeaux aren’t related, but they happen to have names that are pronounced the same way and the same odd last name. They meet at a summer camp, make a pinkie promise to marry if they’re both unattached and old (26??).

Additional Comments:

- I’m going to start with this (Christian romance) isn’t my go-to genre.

- I’ve got no issues with the values presented in the book. Wish more books held to them. It did belabor the point a few times though. Most notably, Misty’s conversation with Aaron at the camp reunion of sorts.

- I enjoyed the little bits of background on Erin and Aaron later. I missed the connection between Erin’s boss’s brother being one of her failed dates, but that was kind of glossed over. It’s also not a huge point. Their reactions did seem a tad overdone though.

- The Erin and Aaron thing I can easily buy. The fact that they both happen to have the same weird last name, not so much. If they were both Smith, sure. Apparently, it’s a prominent French surname. Good to know.

- There are a few other coincidences that had to happen to move the plot forward. They’re handled very well. (Jacky and Jackie)

- I liked that it’s not set in the modern world, so it’s a time without cell phones.

- Narrator’s performance is good. Kinda hated the voice she used for Russell, but he wasn’t in there enough to become a problem.

- I had to stop listening for a while at the third act comedy of errors part. It works for the story, but the amount of times the two MCs jumped to conclusions was disturbing.

- Story is predictable but satisfying.

- I enjoyed that the author worked in some action near the end.

- Content Warnings: None. It’s sickeningly sweet. Totally kid-friendly.

Conclusion:

If you’re in the mood for sweet Christian romance and don’t mind coincidences, give this one a chance.
***I received a free copy and have freely chosen to leave a review. All thoughts are my own.

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