While Christy is on a house boating trip with Aunt Marti, Uncle Bob, Todd, Doug, and Katie, Todd finally decides the time is right to take their relationship to the next level and officially asks Christy if she would like to be his girlfriend. Christy can’t believe what she’s wanted all these years she has known Todd has finally happened, and considers it a great way to start her senior year of high school. Her only worry is for Katie, who seems to suddenly be taken in by the new Irish exchange student at school. Christy is certain he’s not a Christian, and is worried about the effect he’s having on Katie, who is gradually changing to be like him in her opinions…gradually getting away from what God’s Word says. Will Christy be able to kindly and effectively bring Katie back into the walk she was on? And balance Katie, Todd, and her busy senior schedule?
Morals are held in high regard, especially when it comes to purity in relationships.
Christy and Todd often pray and talk about God. Michael questions about whether God can actually hear a person when they pray.
Katie and Doug get into a battle of who can get back at who best, causing few unintended punches, a black eye, and a bruised jaw.
Drug and Alcohol Content
A few innocent kisses, nothing more.
Crude or Profane Language or Content
Going into your senior year of high school is not always the easiest, especially with the pressures of balancing friends. This book shows the importance of not letting a relationship take you away from what your relationship with God should be, by presenting it in a form that often happens. It’s all done in a way that is engaging to the reader.