If Susan Buckley actually believed in God, she would probably hate Him. Orphaned by a drunk driver as a young girl, she has developed a rather healthy dislike of anyone or anything vaguely religious.
In her senior year of college, Susan is a leader in the Woman's Study Department. The last thing she needs is a romantic distraction to take away from her top academic standing.
What she can't figure out is why Carl Spenser, a wounded warrior who lost his feet in Afghanistan, doesn't hate God. It makes no sense to her at all that Carl gives thanks in everything he does to such a ruthless God.
Granted, Carl is a rather attractive man, but Susan can't figure out why she is so drawn to him; like a moth to a flame, maybe. All she has ever been taught is that a religious man is in total opposition to a worldly woman, yet she is drawn to him. Sparks fly whenever they are in the same room?
Who is the mysterious Maria Alvarez and why is she always with Carl and why should this bother Susan if she has absolutely no interest in him? Maria is so loving, that she and Susan soon become fast friends which really complicates everything.
Hating God is book one in the Campus Romance Series.