Saturday, August 27, 2016
The plan was to serve a mission, marry her boyfriend, and live happily ever after. But all of that changed when Quinn got a Dear Jane email. Now she's stuck at home with no boyfriend, no job, no major, and absolutely no social life. Will Quinn ever find the path that leads to her eternal happiness?
My thoughts: While I am not LDS, and this book is very much geared toward that culture with it being about a young woman on her mission who gets a "Dear Jane" letter, I still enjoyed the story immensely. The author does a wonderful job of engaging the reader in this story about a young woman trying to live out her faith and dealing with what happens when life doesn't follow the perfect plan that we think it should. She does a great job of dealing with sensitive subjects like suicide and divorce. I would recommend this book for older teens and young adults on up.
I received this book from Cedar Fort in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Inklings and Notions at 12:42 PM
Labels: cedar fort, lds, YA
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This one intrigues me. I don't read LDS fiction (for no reason other than I've not had access to it - meaning I don't seek it out), but this story does sound good, and I've seen it reviewed on some blogs. Glad you enjoyed!ReplyDelete
I enjoyed this one and that it has a lot going on in the story. I think the favorite one that I have read from an LDS author would be "Born to Treason" by E.B. Wheeler.Delete