This book review is for the novel "Wish You Were Here" by Beth K. Vogt.
I really enjoyed this book. You really end up rooting for Allison and wanting her to not only get back to her good relationship with Christ but also to find herself and her happy ending after all.
Allison struggles with a lot of things and has a lot of soul searching to get through before maybe being able to put her life back together again after leaving her fiance at the alter.
Beth touches on some pretty heavy subjects in this book and I wouldn't say that she does is so much casually but more along the lines of subtly introducing them into the storyline. They are there but are not thrown in your face.
Allison Denman was supposed to be marrying her loving boyfriend in five days but instead finds herself in the embrace of his brother instead.
Confused beyond measure after this incident she isn't sure any longer if getting married is the next nor right step for her. Learning to let go and let God is one of the biggest lessons that she needs to learn and it going to take her decidedly out of her comfort zone.
I really did like the book and I do recommend it! Buy A Copy!
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*Note* I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review. I am not required to post a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own and they are sincere.