I read a review of this book and decided to give it a try. I’m glad I did. I love redemption stories and books with religious themes, so this really ticked all my boxes.
I thought the characters’ reactions were pretty realistic. I love how the author had Dillan step away from Miska and let Tracy just be a good friend to her. It doesn’t always have to be the book boyfriend with the shoulder to cry on. Sometimes a good friend is better.
I also like how both questioned their feelings for each other. With Miska so new to the faith, it is hard to be sure if the change is true, and if she was really seeking God, or seeking Dillan.
The ending was expected, but with this story it is the journey and the character growth that makes it well worth your time.