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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Multnomah Books
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Harriet watches helplessly as the church she has been a part of most of her life undergoes what she considers disasterous changes. She would not consider those changes to be quite as bad, though, if they were not such a strong reminder of the situation that sparked her past rebellion, and if Maddox, the charming church consultant and the man behind the changes wasnt intent on changing her as well. A reformed rebel, Harriet is determined to avoid any temptation that presents itself to her, and Maddox happens to be one of those temptations.
As a reformed rebel himself, Maddox understands Harriet more than any of the other characters in the book. What he does not understand is why she persists in surrounding herself with people much older than she is and why she keeps pushing him off to a safe distance.
As she is struggling to deal with Maddox, Harriet is also trying to help Anna before it is too late. Anna, the newly arrived preachers young daughter, is about to travel down the same path Harriet took when church conflict started affecting her family. At the same time, Harriet is trying to mend the relationship with her brother that she severed during her rebellion.
Each of the characters is flawed but likable. Harriet is especially likable with her addiction to jelly bellys and The Coroner. Her ability to pull ridiculous stunts and, in turn, to place herself in comical situations further endear her to the readers heart.
Splitting Harriet is amusing and romantic. I would recommend it to a Christian woman of any age. -- Christa Mullen, www,ChristianBookPreviews.com