My 1st Janette Oke but definitely not my last! Oke's Christian writing is wonderful. Although this story is set in a earlier America - it still depicts the struggles of so many young people today. Brilliant - couldn't put it down, didn't want it to end, couldn't wait to finish it!!!
This is an excellent book. Marty and Clark's granddaughter, Virginia Davis becomes a teenager. Her parents have taught her to be a Christian, But she is influenced at school by the evil Jenny, who thinks only of herself. Several teens and injured and one dies because of Jenny's wish to control the school group. Virginia plays the middle, but eventually she must pick a side.
This is a beautiful book and story. The author keeps you guessing until the last page.
Twenty years have passed since youngest daughter Belinda's story in Love Finds a Home. Marty and Clark's spiritual heritage has been lovingly passed on to their children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren. And now beloved granddaughter Virginia faces the test of her young life. Caught in that difficult period between childhood and adulthood, feeling that she really doesn't fit anywhere, Virginia struggles against what she considers to be unreasonable restrictions and expectations.