Starry Nightby Robin Jones Gunn
Series: Christy Miller #8
157 pages, Romance
Reviewed by White Rose
Another great read in this series.
PlotChristy is disappointed when she finds out she and her family are going to a cabin in the mountains to spend Christmas. She had hoped they would be going to Newport Beach, where she'd get to spend time with her friends there. And what's going on between Katie and Rick? Still, things look up when she gets the chance to go to the Rose Bowl parade with her friends, and a night under the stars that leaves her feeling like God's princess.
MoralityVery good. Christy is tempted to have a bad attitude toward her parents when things don't go her way, but she doesn't.
Spiritual ContentLots of praying and other Christian activities.
Drug and Alcohol ContentAunt Marti starts to add beer to her shopping list for Christy's New Year's party, but Christy stops her, making it well known that none of her friends drink.
Sexual ContentA kiss between two of the main characters at midnight New Year's Eve is mentioned, but it is a brief kiss, and nothing inappropriate. The topic of saving kisses comes up among the girls.
Crude or Profane Language or ContentNone.
ConclusionAnother story of dealing with the changes in friendships, re-evaluating relationships, and following God. It's all done in ways that the reader will be able to connect with, and not without some life humor. It's all about growing up and growing in God, and done without being cheesy or cliche.
|Written for Age:||13+|
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