“I loved God, but according to her, anything short of becoming a missionary was not considered God’s work. I was certainly no missionary. I didn’t even like that position.”
“I saw Tracy here almost daily and I’d always wanted to ask her out, but I also liked free coffee. One thing was certain, if I asked her out, I’d never get free coffee again.”
“I was sure hormones had come into play. It was the only explanation for why she kept looking at me like I was a second helping of pecan pie.”
“There isn’t a word strong enough to tell you how I feel. I love you. I adore you. I cherish you. I worship you. My life was nothing until God gave me you. No one will ever take that away from me.”
“After all the years I’d known her, it turned out that I never really knew her; I never knew what she was fully capable of. I’d spent so many years without her. Now I wanted to spend the rest of my life absorbing every detail of her.”
“This is your life wifey. The preacher said so two weeks ago.”
I love this group of friends and was surprised I found myself aligned with Angie and antagonized at Tom – I mean… come on – Angie? Of all people! But – she was not who I thought she was, and I yet I am so very happy to be wrong. The story was full of surprises, wry humor, intrigue, and suspense. I adore Jaycee Ford and am already looking forward to her next book.