Wednesday, March 5, 2014

A Broken Kind of Beautiful

With her twenty fifth birthday approaching and her big contract up, Ivy Clark finds herself desperate to stay on top of the modeling world. When the only job that comes her way is to model wedding dresses for her step mother, it's with a reluctant heart that Ivy agrees. Back in her father's home, where she felt anything but loved, Ivy starts to open herself to relationships with Davis Knight, the fashion photographer turned church maintenance man, and his sister Sara. Could her brokenness turn into a blessed thing of beauty?
I loved this book! It was beautifully written. The characters came alive, so much so that I found myself tearing up at times and then cheering them on at other points. Another wonderful thing about this book is that it has well developed secondary character. But, the best part is the incredible spiritual journey that will leave you looking at your own life to evaluate whether you are living like you believe you've been redeemed. And that's what amazing fiction does, it gets you thinking and has you remembering the characters long after you finish the final page.

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