of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Rissa4 Stars Out Of 5October 24, 2009RissaIn many ways this is like the 15th book in a series because they link together--which I love because Karen always leaves characters that I want to know about. The plot is not bad--a little redundant--but also realistic in it's challenges. Only a couple chapters dragged on (for me) and the rest left me wanting more. I got so into it that I read at work and spent a Friday night finishing it. : ) All together a good read! Now I have 5 months to wait till the next installment to see what goes on with Bailey, Andi, and the movie.
Connie Fields2 Stars Out Of 5October 23, 2009Connie FieldsI'm tired of what seems like a rerun of Karen's story lines. She's a good author, but a change now and then would be good.
Tod Cannery1 Stars Out Of 5October 21, 2009Tod CanneryKarent is re-working the same theme with just a different set of names. The story was slow and cumbersome.
Prentiss Abernathy2 Stars Out Of 5October 20, 2009Prentiss AbernathyThis just didn't work with all the Hollywood jazz. Karen needs to redirect her writing and thinking concerning what goes into a Christian work of fiction.
Michelle Francis1 Stars Out Of 5October 14, 2009Michelle FrancisOkay, the story is well-written. But the message doesn't ring true. Karen is presenting a secular story with a dusting of God.