The Colonel's Lady - Laura Frantz I'm not a fan of Christian fiction really, but the plot of this book sounded really good so I thought I could get past the religious-ness of the book (perhaps this was naive of me).
Anyway, my main problem was that even when reading from the POV of the heroine, I had a hard time understanding half her actions. Her reasonings made no sense to me and I ended up feeling lost at times. And when you can't connect to the mindset of the main character, that character never really comes alive off the page and remains very two-dimensional.
There were a few other things that didn't feel realistic (too coincidental) or true to the period so that this book didn't do it for me.