Kelli London once dreamed of being a songwriter. As crazy as it seemed, she hoped that God would use the lyrics that came to her even while she slept. She dreamed about Brian too, that the love they shared as high-school students would grow into marriage. But choices that still haunt her destroyed those dreams. Until now-when a series of love letters reawakens her hope for the future.
Heather Anderson's life has spun out of control-first, an affair with a married man, then a one-night stand with the drummer of a popular Christian band has left her devastated. Broken and alone, she cried out to the only One able to save her. He met her there, but it was just the beginning. Because now she must take a different path. And the one God has planned for her looks nothing like the one she envisioned.
If you like your Christian fiction on the religious side, this is the book for you. It starts off in church, at a wedding. We meet women who are in a Bible Study/Accountability group together. One character is a Christian rapper. Not long after the book opens we visit a conference for those who hope to sing Christian music, and there we learn that not all Christians are as Christ-like as we would hope. I read 87 pages and I don't think there was a paragraph that didn't involve religion in one way or another. It just didn't seem realistic and as I don't really care for the sermon dressed up as a novel type books, I'm marking it DNF and moving on to something else.
I'd like to thank Thomas Nelson publishers and the BookSneeze program for providing a complimentary hard copy of the book. I also received a NetGalley. I was not obligated to provide a positive review.