Author: Lindsey Leavitt

Average Rating: 4


Review: The Chapel Wars by Lindsey Leavitt

Posted 20 May, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Review: The Chapel Wars by Lindsey Leavitt

“‘We’re all messed up,’ I said. ‘I think life is just about finding the right people to be messed up with.’” “‘I wonder what happy even means.’ ‘Maybe happy isn’t forever. Maybe it’s just moments, and you save them up and hold on for all the in-betweens.’” When I first read the synopsis for this novel, I thought that it was unique and couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. The Chapel Wars tells the story of Holly, who inherits her grandfather’s ailing wedding chapel after his death. However, the chapel is failing fast—something that her grandfather had kept secret. Her grandfather leaves a letter and insists that she reaches out for help from Dax—the grandson of his arch enemy. But Holly is intent on one thing—saving her family’s chapel. The Chapel Wars was definitely a unique novel for me. For one, I had never read a novel about wedding chapels! I actually really liked this concept, because it was able to pull in settings and situations unlike anything that I’ve ever read before. It was full of turns and funny events as Holly worked her way up to save her grandfather’s chapel. It didn’t have quite the ending that I was expecting, which made it that much more enjoyable for me as I was unable to correctly predict the ending. It was an interesting read that kept my […]