Asking for trouble is the first book in London Confidential, written by Sandra Byrd.
Savannah's father took a job in England and moves the family there from Seattle. Savannah is struggling with making friends and where to fit in.
This book is a good book for teens. I like how Savannah used the bible in her writing for the school newspaper. This book is a very realistic book about life as a 15 year old girl going to a new school.
I am very pleased with Sandra Byrd. She has always written good, wholesome books. I read her "Secret Sisters" series when I was younger and was soooo happy to find that she wrote a book for fifteen-year-olds. So many of the 'teenage Christian fiction' (as it is labled) deals with things that NO Christian teenager should even know about. I find it very refreshing that Mrs. Byrd writes about normal issues.
Now as to the writing and the subject matter, I think that ,as always, Mrs. Byrd has written the story well. Her characters are very lifelike. Savvy's story is interesting, funny and has problems that normal Christian kids face. Great story! My only complaint is that I wish it had been longer! I didn't want it to end!