Adam Young is a devout Mormon whose life is all planned out, by both his strict father and his church. He follows the path they’ve established for him, goes off to his mission in Barcelona, Spain, and realizes that his life may not follow the trajectory already chosen for him.
His mission companion, Brandon Christensen, is a handsome, enthusiastic practitioner on the surface. But as their mission progresses, they both realize they have major questions about their faith… and substantial feelings for one another.
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About the Author
A life-long fangirl, Laura Stone began telling elaborate stories to her parents at the age of four; she was so successful in catching her parent's attention that her father actually dislocated his back, trying not to sit on her imaginary cat. (She and her father have made amends. Doka, a beautiful grey Tabby, ran off shortly after the near-tragedy to work in a gumball factory and married Mike Cooper, his longtime love.) She was finally able to devote her energy to writing full-time after several years of acting, studying Microbiology, becoming a Master Gardener, and raising children. They're not fully raised, but then, neither is she. She lives in Texas as proof that it's not completely populated by hard-line right wingers. And because that's where the good tamales are.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This novel was amazing, and the author's familiarty with the Mormon church made an incredible difference. The struggle and emotions of all the characters felt so real, as did the beautiful development of the main relationship. The sexual and romantic tension went hand in hand with the spiritual questioning. This book is emotional on many levels, and makes for a very enjoyable and satisfying read. Highly recommend!
Compelling and captivating!