Click on image below to learn more about T.M. Gaouette’s faith journey and why she writes Catholic fiction for teens and young adults in the Sept./Oct. Issue of Parable
With Tanner Rose gone, Gabriel is left to settle back into the God-devoted life he’d become so accustomed to. Except that his best friend’s sister, Faith, has decided that a life for the Lord is just way too confining. In an attempt to live a little, Faith focuses her interests on a handsome, but worldly, boy from her school, who has major self-control issues in and out of the kung fu arena. When things get too deep for Faith, she looks to Gabriel for help. Can Gabriel save Faith from self-created destruction or is he just too lost in his own worldly struggles to lend a hand?
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God—what is good and acceptable and perfect.” (Romans 12:2)
Review: A great read from cover to cover. A must read for tween – teens for getting insight and wisdom into the dating scene, the mindset of both young men and women, and God’s plan for their best in Him regarding intimacy before marriage.
The characters were a continuation from book 1 in the series and it was nice to go back into their lives and see their maturation process. Sometimes you’re screaming “NO” in your head, sometimes you want to applaud, and all the time you just keep going one more chapter further to see what happens next.
Gaouette is becoming one of my favorite authors and I can’t wait for the next book or for my children to get older to read them. These books will become a part of their personal libraries and ones I hope they re-read throughout their Jr high and high school years. (Amazon customer review)