Wednesday, February 13, 2013


Joann Durgin

Lexa signs up for a summer working for TeamWork Missions. Her assignment lands her in San Antonio under the guidance of her team leader, Sam. She feels an immediate attraction, but doesn't really get his commitment to Christ. It's an enlightening summer for her physically, mentally, and spiritually. At the end of the mission assignment Lexa must choose which path she will take as she returns home.

The story jumps right in and gives the reader a view into Lexa and Sam's personalities. But after arriving at the mission location it seems to lag a bit. Lexa has a forceful personality that might annoy some readers. Towards the middle/end of the story it picks up and gives some conflict and drama. The story ends with all of the loose ends neatly tied up. I appreciated the Christian way that several of the issues in the book were handled. While probably not my favorite style of writing, I can definitely see why this story will appeal to Christian fiction readers.

I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

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