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Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
How do you know, at fifteen, what love and affection really mean? Ruth learned all too soon that love is commitment, and affection has a price. But who will ultimately make the commitment, and who will pay the price?
At fifteen, Ruth thought she had her life planned out. That is until she met Luke, a charming new cadet from the local military school. After entering into a seemingly harmless teenage romance, Luke’s possessive attitude and subtle remarks begin to undermine Ruth’s confidence, sending her into an emotional tailspin.
A beautiful young girl is suddenly lost in a grown-up world, trying desperately to hang on to a love she thought would last forever. Shattered dreams and hopeless tears become the bricks that build walls around Ruth; yet just below her broken heart, a beautiful vessel is being formed.
Join Ruth on her wedding day, five years later, as her childhood friend helps her journey back to face the demons of her past.
MaureenTSyracuse NYGender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Making ChoicesNovember 5, 2012MaureenTSyracuse NYGender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5Kathryn Hewitt has presented a look into the mind of a young girl and facing pressure of joining womanhood. This young woman has committed her life to Christ and vowed to remain a virgin until married.
When evil lurks in the body of a young man named Luke who has made it his mission to seduce 15 year old Ruth. We see such plotting...what a journey we are on!
Will Ruth be able to resist the pressure of this pro, as we soon discover?
Will his friends and her family be able to see through him? The choices that this young girl has to make, beyond her years.
Will God answer her prayers? Will she go through years later with her wedding...you have to read this book to get these answers.
I received this book from the Author and First Wild Card Tours, and was not required to give a positive review.