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Meanwhile, Katie has some unanticipated news of her own. Her renewed relationship with Rick is developing, but everyone wonders what's going on. Is Rick about to break her heart again, or could this be something lasting?
As the time draws closer to the wedding, Todd and Christy face differences between them that might make married life more complicated that they thought, and Christy wonders if their relationship can work when put to the test. Will they make it down the aisle to tell each other "I promise" for the rest of their lives?
Christy and Todd: The College Years series provides deeper, more mature story lines that follow Christy into decisions about life and love. Each story will offer a thought-provoking and inspiring model of Christian courtship and romance.
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2001
Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.50 X 0.75 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Christy & Todd College Years
Curious as to what could keep these girls away from the sun, surf and guys, Robin borrowed three of their books. As she read them, her heart broke. They were not the kinds of stories these girls should be reading! After the camping trip Robin went to her Bible bookstore and bought every book she could find that she thought would be interesting for the girls and have a good influence on them. The teens read all the books in a week and asked for more. "There aren't any more," Robin told them. "That was all I could find." The teens challenged Robin by saying, "Then you write some for us. We'll even tell you what to write!"
She has now written over 50 books, including THE CHRISTY MILLER SERIES, which has sold more than one million copies. A storyteller at heart, she is also a popular speaker and an active youth worker. Robin lives with her family in Oregon.
shar5 Stars Out Of 5I PromiseFebruary 3, 2015sharQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I love Robin Gunn's storytelling! I just wish I had known about her when I was a teen! it's so nice to show God's alternative to the worldly dating scene that is out there. Even as an adult, I'm learning and being strengthened in ny single walk with The Lord through these books.
JoyONew HampshireAge: 18-24Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5These books are good reads AND Christian examples.February 29, 2012JoyONew HampshireAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I started reading the Christy Miller series when I was 12. Now as an adult I still like to go back and read the College years and Katie's series. These were some of the books I grew up on. They are funny, sweet, romantic, heartfelt, and Godly.
In short, they are real.
I read an earlier review which basically said these books were not at all Christian. And since these books have been my companions for a good decade, I felt the need to defend them.
So just to clarify a few things.
These books ARE Christian, and HAVE GOD IN THEM. And God just may touch you through reading them.
Are the characters like us completely? Obviously not. Are they perfect? No way! That's how we relate to them! They mess up and make huge mistakes and have some major attitude problems. They are "human." Just like us! :) But despite it all, they love God and do their humanly best to follow Him. And that's why these books are so good. It's us.
Lindsay5 Stars Out Of 5August 31, 2008LindsayI love how the characters in this book are so real. They do relate to people in my life. I have a crazy Katie, a gentle Tracy, and a free-spirited Sierra. These are such great Christian books. Mrs. Gunn I think you did a fantastic job!! oh yeah, I love the new Katie Weldon book
Kate3 Stars Out Of 5March 30, 2008KateThis book was good, but the news about Sierra really ruined it. It really makes the whole "Sierra Jensen" series just pointless, if she and Paul are nothing.
ABIOLA3 Stars Out Of 5March 21, 2008ABIOLALol. these books crack me up sooooo much. Firstly, Christy, Todd, Katie, Doug, Tracy, Rick. All fake people!!!!Some of the reviews i read really make me sad. these are romance books with a little bit of Christianity thrown in. My friend who is a real and true atheist recognizes how un-christ like Christy and Todd are. We both agree that the best character is Katie because she is real. If the author did not make Christy a "christain" she would be just like Katie desperate and lonely. this book is well written, but should not be under the title of Christian book.