I had difficulty deciding how to rate this book, after reading it. I've put off reviewing, and kept searching my concience, hoping that an idea would come to me.
Finally, in desperation, I contacted a friend, and she gave me some great advice.
Ryan has an attraction to someone of the same sex, he's a christian, and he doesn't act on his feelings, but they are still there. I think we all know someone who
doesn't quite fit the 'perfect mold' in fact a lot of someones, all of us. June Foster did a good job of telling this difficult story, without making you feel bad, sorry, or angry, at any of the people involved.
She made it believable and the characters all work together, to tell this story well. So you don't like the subject matter, then you need to put your flaws in that place, where Ryan's flaws are placed. Then sit down, open your Bible, and understand that we are all sinners, working to become better people
I was given a copy of this book by the author, to read and review. She knew she was treading on a subject that might disturb some people, but she didn't ask to read my review before I posted it. All opinions expressed here are my own, and I was given no other compensation for my opinion