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About the Author

Chautona lives and writes in California's Mojave Desert with her husband Kevin, nine children, and three grandchildren. When not lost in another world with her imaginary friends, she home educates her children, enjoys a variety of hobbies, and glances longingly at her trusty laptop.

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  • File Size: 1138 KB
  • Print Length: 509 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 148394607X
  • Publication Date: February 8, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004MYFT10
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When asked about writing, author Chautona Havig says, "Books. I love them- always have. From my earliest years, I spent most of my free time lost in a book, until one day I realized that I had stories in my heart and mind that I wanted to tell. Time passed, life, family, and work got in the way, and my dream of being a writer seemed to vanish into the desert winds.

Dreams are beautiful things, though; they never quite disappear. I began writing again, editing, writing, editing...more editing... and now I have over a hundred books in progress and a few dozen published. I write the stories of fictional people who have real problems, weaknesses, and triumphs. Through their stories, I try to share the Hope that is within me."

Chautona lives in a small, remote town in California's Mojave Desert with her husband and seven of her nine children. When not writing, she enjoys paper crafting, sewing, and the knowledge that someday she'll be able to retire from home education.

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83 of 96 people found the following review helpful By K. Fowler on July 4, 2012
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First of all, I want to be upfront. I am not religious. Not at all. I don't currently attend a church, I don't have any strong feelings at all about any religion, and I don't particularly want to. I have been exposed to many, and I am tolerant and accepting, but I have no place for it in my life. And this book...well, it definitely has strong religious undertones. So there, now that's out of the way. Suffice it to say, if you like the Duggar family or if you relate to them/are interested in them, you will like this book. If not, you might like this book anyway.

Perhaps you are like me. I downloaded the first book of the series, "Ready or Not", for free during a Kindle special. I was so absorbed and loved it so much that I bought the second book. Perhaps you enjoyed the first one so much you are also curious about a sequel. If you loved the first book and are not especially religious, I think you should consider this book carefully. I found it still very good and definitely worth the read, just be aware of what you are getting yourself into.

During "Ready or Not," I had some trepidation about the book. The story was so engaging, the dialogue so wonderful, the characters very real...except for the religious aspects. I could not relate to the constant hymns and some of the thoughts of and actions in the church (which I considered strange and almost fanatical). If you felt the same, you should be warned - *****there is a lot more religion in this book!***** Particularly religious ideas which in my community are considered "fringe" at best, fanatical to most.

I'm not sure what "label" best fits the religion in this book. Quiverfull? Evangelical? Providentialism? Fundamentalist? Pentecostal?
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By J. Gigowski on June 26, 2012
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I wondered how Chautona would keep up with the great story of the first book, but this one was even better. More humor, more fun, and a love story that just sneaks up on you. Again, Aggie is truly believable and relatable, and we really see she's not a superwoman. The kids' personalities really shine, and I just fell in love with Luke and his family.
This book is now one of my favorites, and it made me so excited to read the next in the series!
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on July 10, 2012
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...not b/c it's bad, necessarily (although the characters immediately struck me as a bit too holy & not so human), but because 1) I couldn't figure out who was who or what in the world was going on, & 2) the last 3 pages of chapter 1 were written like a script, not a book. Ummmm...was that intentional? Did anyone else not notice that? Is something wrong with my Kindle Fire?

My guess is that, if I were to read the first book (apparently there is a first book), then I would know who these 84 (or however many) people are & what they all mean to each other. Is this character a kid? An adult? Family? Friend? Boyfriend? How old are these people? Why are they there? Where are they? Just a few of the questions that ripped through my brain in the 10 minutes it took me to figure out I am not going to read this book.

I'm a Christian. I like Christian fiction (generally). I probably would have considered struggling through at least a few more chapters to see if I could catch up with the story & figure everything out. (What can I say? I like puzzles.) Then I came across those couple of pages at the end of the first chapter written like a script. Sorry, but I didn't download a script. I thought I was getting a book. Seriously, did this happen to anyone else??? The book is not engaging enough by half to keep reading past such a major editorial flaw, for me anyway. I'm more than happy to overlook errors when the story engages me, but this one just doesn't.

So, I'm off to check out another book. Sorry I couldn't say anything positive here. (No, seriously...did anyone else have a screwed up last couple pages of chapter 1? This is gonna bug me.)
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 7, 2012
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The story line in this book seemed so interesting from the blurb and other reviews, but I was quite confused when I started to read it. It seems to start in the middle of a story with absolutely no background given on the characters or the story line. Characters just wonder into the story and I have no idea who they are or why they suddenly show up. After the second chapter, I went back and read all the reviews again. That's when I found out this was book 2 and you must read all of the books in the series for it to make sense. Also, right in the thick of the story in at least the first 2 chapters, the story suddenly jumps to a stage-type script. It literally says "Aggie says:...Libbie says:...Aggie says:...Libbie says:... This is so strange especially when the story suddenly jumps back into normal narrative on the next page. I still think the concept of this story sounds quite interesting, but I was too confused to continue past the first few chapters.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S.B. on March 19, 2013
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The beginning of the book would probably be easier to understand if you had read the first novel. It took me awhile to catch on to the use of messenger during the beginning of the book. Once you have got past the first chapter the characters begin to fall into place. Many women would love to be "romanced" like this example. I am a Christian and I enjoy reading books that reflect the way I live. I like simple easy to read stories free of sexual talk and foul language.
I didn't check the date the book was written but the attitude towards homeschooling made me think the setting may have been in the 90's.
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