From the day they were both born, Alana and Zac were best friends – that is, until an incident on a school camp causes Alana to push Zac away and to doubt God.
Ten years later, Alana returns to her home town of Oakley and runs into Zac again. He is now a famous TV star and super-cute, but can she forgive him for hurting her all those years ago?
While stranded alone with him in the middle of a natural disaster, she must decide whether to open her heart and trust Zac, and God, again.
A heartwarming story of God’s faithfulness.
Alison is a working mum, living with her husband and two young daughters in the West of Sydney, Australia. In her spare time, she writes and self-publishes inspirational romance books for adults and teens. She also enjoys reading and chilling out in front of the TV, watching other people renovate their houses. Sometimes she even attempts this herself. To contact Alison, or to find out about her writing, visit her website: www.alisonstanleychristianfiction.wordpress.com, or like her on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AlisonStanleyChristianFiction.
I love, love, love Christian Fiction. When Alison asked me if I would review Trust Me Twice I had to say yes, especially after seeing that it was a Christian Romance. I love reading about characters that have been struggling with their relationship with God, find peace in Him.
Alison Stanley did a fabulous job of creating down to earth characters in a wonderful romance.
Alana and Zac have been friends since birth, they even share a birthday. As small children they spent many hours playing with one another until the day that his family moves.
When they become teenagers and Zac moves back, Alana begins to feel a strong attraction to Zac. They bond again as friends but then the high school pressures drive him away from his friendship with her, which leaves her broken hearted.
Now that they are all grown up, Alana heads home for the holidays and who does she run into? Zac. After all those years apart, she finds that those feelings that were so well hidden are coming back like a flood, but she needs to figure out how to push back behind the wall she had built around them before her heart suffers once again.
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