Allie Carroway is done. With reality TV that is. It seemed fun at first, to be part of a famous family, but life gets embarrassing and challenging especially when every detail of your life is filmed for the world to see. Allie’s cousins, Kendall, Ruby, Lola, and Hunter have had enough too. Each one has experienced some embarrassment, and lately it seems that all they do is complain about the show and how they don’t like having everyone know what is going on in their lives. But when the cousins call a strike, they are quickly reminded that they can’t go back on a decision they made as a family.
But Papaw Ray has a surprise for the kids. He sends them on a trip to escape reality. With hunting season and the holidays just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to take a trip and escape the show—but on one condition. They can’t tell anyone about their adventures, no matter how fun, challenging, or even amazing they are. No cameras or pictures allowed.
Allie, her cousins, and the family head for California and warmer weather, only to find that what’s in store will be the hardest secret they’ve ever had to keep. Especially when what they learn, and the ways God allows them to help others, can give people hope and be light for all to see.
The second book in this series explores the nature of a family filled with social, cultural, and physical diversity. In a world splashed with class and camouflage, the cousins are constantly looking for ways to love unconditionally through all the hiccups, with the love and faith of family.
About the Author
Missy Robertson, author Blessed, Blessed...Blessed and co-author of The Women of Duck Commander with Miss Kay and her sisters-in-law, is one of the stars of the reality TV show Duck Dynasty. Missy and her husband, Jase, founded the Mia Moo Fund. In 2016, Missy launched a new jewelry line, Laminin by Missy Robertson, providing jobs for women in the West Monroe area who are in need of work. Through her websites www.missyrobertson.com and www.laminindesigns.com, Missy keeps her fans up-to-date on the jewelry line and offers weekly devotions to help encourage people to pursue a personal relationship with God.
Mia Robertson is the youngest daughter of Jase and Missy Robertson. Born in 2003 with a cleft lip and palate, she is the inspiration behind the Mia Moo Fund. Mia is well known for her positive attitude, kind words, beautiful smile, and killer tumbling skills. Mia is a strong advocate and example of faith and devotion to God and family.
Jill Osborne works in children’s ministry and has a passion for telling great stories. She has written plays, skits for youth groups and Sunday morning drama teams, curriculum for children’s ministry, countless articles for her church newsletter, and a blog about taking a sabbatical in a motor home. Good News Shoes is her first series for kids, and she plans to run with it!