via Skype, making it our 3rd time since the ladies love her books so
much that we’ve read each and every one! It was a lot of fun, as always. Our
group review will be up on Friday, so come back for that!
few Would You Rather questions. Here are their fun answers!
our daughter until the Congo government lifts their suspension.
having to pick up my camera again.
places, God meets me most profoundly.
empty. I’m tired of being empty.
those choices still haunt me, I guess I’d opt for the second option.
height. I’d slap on some pointy ears and figure out how to grow some hair on my
feet and move to the Shire.
really have to pick one?
unfair! And Katie, the shire? Bahahahaha!!! Thanks for joining us today.
one or more of the questions in the comments.
agree with Katie. I’d go right where nothing is left. When nothing’s left it
make room for God to sweep in and make everything right! And that really is a terrible question. I’m going with weight b/c I can always lose it right? And I’m already only 5 feet tall so…
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Fashion is a fickle industry, a frightening fact for twenty-four year old model Ivy Clark. Ten years in and she’s learned a sacred truth—appearance is everything. Nobody cares about her broken past as long as she looks beautiful for the camera. This is the only life Ivy knows—so when it starts to unravel, she’ll do anything to hold on. Even if that means moving to the quaint island town of Greenbrier, South Carolina, to be the new face of her stepmother’s bridal wear line—an irony too rich for words, since Ivy is far from the pure bride in white.
If only her tenuous future didn’t rest in the hands of Davis Knight, her mysterious new photographer. Not only did he walk away from the kind of success Ivy longs for to work maintenance at a local church, he treats her differently than any man ever has. Somehow, Davis sees through the façade she works so hard to maintain. He, along with a cast of other characters, challenges everything Ivy has come to believe about beauty and worth. Is it possible that God sees her—a woman stained and broken by the world—yet wants her still?