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Unfortunently, I didn't like Molly all that much. She depended too much on Bailey and not on God. She was spolied, manipulative, and petty. And the circumstances involving her and Pierrepont seemed forced and unbelievable. Truly, I only tried to like her for Bailey's sake-- as a character she wasn't horrible, I just couldn't relate to her in any way and couldn't understand her actions. I must say that she managed to redeem herself at the end... slighty.
I enjoyed the attentiveness Regina gave to historical detail-- mainly on the fashions of the day-- and the humor balanced in between the serious issues handled in the book. The romance, overall, was deep and portrayed a beautiful lesson of enduring love, at least, in Bailey's case. Regina managed to deliver a satisfying ending albeit bitter-sweet. Now, despite its short-comings, I managed to read Love In the Balance in two-three days because the plot kept my interest enough that I wanted to see how the character's problems resolved themselves. I give Love In the Balance three stars. It can be bought at Amazon.
** Thanks to the Litfuse Publicity Group for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for the honest review that I have given**