This is a touching and heart-wrenching story of a girl abandoned at a young age and rescued by a godly man. While it seems as though she rarely has choices, the greatest one comes when she chooses to give herself to the One who loves her. A painfully beautiful story.
I haven't been able to put this book down, the same with Book #1 of the series. Written in a surprisingly frank way, not something that is found in many Christian fiction books (at least in my experience).
I'm sorry the third installment is out of print - would love to have read that one.
This is a powerful book - the reality of tragedy in life and God's presence through it all. Pittman's writing style is high caliber, yet not difficult to read. Pittman is now one of my favorite authors.