This was a very interesting book, but tragic. It's a book about the worst that can happen to a girl and how her faith in God brought her through it. I liked how she listened to God's voice instead of going ahead with what felt right.
Once again Allison Pittman does not disappoint. I thoroughly enjoyed the conclusion to the Crossroads Of Grace series and look forward to Allison's next novel. The one important lesson I learnt while reading this novel is the liberating effect foregiveness has on both the one receiving foregiveness and the one giving it. Such a wonderful blessing directly bestowed from a loving father. I would love to know how Belinda's life enfolded and my only complaint is that the reader is left hanging without any actual conclusion. Hopefully a new series will be written following on Belinda's life with Del.
I loved this book from the first sentence: "I wasn't asleep--wasn't even pretending to be--when my cousin Phoebe slipped into my room." So many thoughts come to mind with that sentence. What time is it? It must be night because the speaker is supposed to be asleep. Why is Phoebe slipping into a room when someone is sleeping? What's she up to? Why isn't the speaker asleep? Why doesn't she even pretend? What happens next?Allison K. Pittman can write! With the compelling plot, the main character so realistic that I felt as if I've had conversations with her, the twists and turns surprising me over and over again, all add up to make this ONE GOOD READ!