Review: Upon an April Night by Krista Noorman

Upon an April NightI have been anxiously awaiting this story ever since I finished book one in the McGregor Family series. If you haven’t read book one, you can easily read Upon an April Night as a stand alone novel.

Jamie and Duncan’s story is not an easy one. There are wonderful moments where you can see God working in Jamie’s life and it is beautiful. The author did a great job of balancing the painful and joyful moments in this book. I could feel Jamie’s heartache as she tried to accept her new normal with Duncan. And I waited for Duncan to eventually wake up and actually seek God’s will in his life! I could hardly set this book down!

(5 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.


Upon an April NightLove isn’t always picture perfect.

Jamie Linde is on the verge of great things. Her photography business is booming, and everything’s going according to plan, until two little lines on a pregnancy test turn everything upside down. For years, she’s loved her best friend’s brother from afar, but after their one and only night together, he left town on a business trip and hasn’t spoken to her since.

Duncan McGregor thought he had set his old ways aside. He’s been living a good Christian life, waiting on God to bring the right girl for him—except for one night of weakness with his sister’s best friend. His work in Denver couldn’t have come at a more perfect time to distance himself from temptation and get right with God.

When Duncan returns from Denver with a girl on his arm, Jamie is devastated and confused. What she wants more than anything is to be a family, but it seems that dream isn’t going to come true. If she tells him about the baby, she’ll ruin his newfound happiness. If she decides not to keep it, she’ll let everyone down, including her best friend.

Will she make the choice on her own or discover that God’s got a better plan?

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Krista Noorman

Most of Krista’s life has been spent scribbling away in journals, while documenting her every day life, but it wasn’t until she took part in National Novel Writing Month that she found her true calling and turned her pen to fiction.

Krista studied music education at Cornerstone University. After college, she turned to her love of photography and spent nearly a decade running her own wedding photography business, which was the inspiration for her novel, Goodbye, Magnolia. She is constantly inspired by books and movies, enjoys beautiful Instagram feeds, and loves a great cup of coffee. Krista makes her home in a small town in western Michigan with her husband and their two children.

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About Brittany

As a homeschooling mom and avid reader, I get great joy through reading and reviewing books. I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I also review sweet, clean fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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