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I have loved the other books in the series and I still liked the characters and the author. However, I found this one a big difficult for me. I understood the premise of God's forgiveness (and family forgiveness) and actually really appreciated the older women mentors helping Madison on her journey. Yet somehow I felt the message was "go ahead and be impure- God will forgive you." Even reconciling this, I had trouble with the fact Madison could not find her way (or her self esteem) without a man - her dad, Miles, or Luke. It seemed she should be able to find her own way with those women mentors or female friends - or God. I also had concerns that there didn't seem to be anyone watching out for her- even though the pastor's family were supposedly close friends. No one questioned her changed behavior or the fact she stopped going to youth group? It didn't make sense and seemed like everyone missed the cues. I guess sometimes it is hard to see cues when you are too close to the situation. Even looking over everything else, my greatest concern was that Madison's eating disorder was significantly downplayed. This is a huge issue for young girls and the book would have been a great medium for dealing with this serious issue.
It was brilliantly written.