Tuesday, June 25, 2013
A reformed rebel, Harriet Bisset has managed to create a comfortable world around her, attempting to make up for the mistakes in her past. When Maddox McCray roars into her life on a motorcycle and takes her church, the one she works at part time, by storm with the changes he proposes to help them reach a wider audience, everything in Harriet's perfectly crafted world is turned upside down. Suddenly, she is challenged to truly forgive herself and believe that God had a plan all along that included her rebellion, using it to help others in similar situations.
I have to say, Perfecting Kate was cute, but Splitting Harriet was more my cup of tea. I fell in love with the characters and enjoyed Harriet's journey immensely! The characters had depth to them and there was a fun diversity in the group of friends Harriet has.
I highly recommend this one!