Allison Doll's mother is rebelliously turning 50, her two best friends have started dating, and a gorgeous injured relief pitcher named Ashton Boyd has joined her Sunday school class, rocking her world into confusion, heartache and temptation, places she hasn't visited in a long time, much less all at once.
But with the help of family, old friends she really hasn't lost, a new friend she really can count on, and God, she begins to find out whether she'll always be a girl waiting for life to happen or a woman who's ready to commit to her best catch.
Lindi Peterson definitely believes happy endings are just the beginning. She lives out her real-life romance with her husband in a small Georgia town. When she's not writing, she loves to read, bowl, and spend time with her family.
Visit her at: LindiPeterson.com or TheFaithGirls.com
©2011 Lindi Peterson (P)2012 BelleBooks, Inc.
Basic story line with limited number of characters. Narrator was spot on with the first person lead character. Subject matter and characters could have been more deeply developed to create more reader emotion. Little too much "religion" for my liking.
Book would probably appeal to a late teen or early 20's female audience more than the older reader.
Poor character development. I don't even know who Ashton is. So disappointed.
I listened to 3/4 of this book and still have no idea who Ashton was. Silly book.
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