Karin Reid has no time for God. Her childhood memories keep her in a vice-like grip of unbelief. If God was worth knowing, how could He allow her to suffer the abuse she was dealt as a child?
She lives her life ‘on the edge,’ never caring too much about her sexual encounters, nor about having faith in an unseen God. Then she encounters Jason. He is a successful and very handsome doctor. She wants him for herself but his expectations are too high. He is a Christian, and so a relationship with him means she has to change. Although physical intimacy is each one’s desire, he cannot and will not compromise his spiritual ethics. Been there – done that and the result was painful. How can he make her understand?
Karin experiences frustration and confusion as Jason shares her interest in more than a friendship but then withdraws. He is aggravated by her determined efforts to capture his heart by any means necessary, while she cannot fathom his hesitation.
This is a lovely story and an easy read. The friendship and ultimate relationship between these two professionals makes engaging reading as they tread the very fine line of respectful human relationship. I found the story engaging throughout and would recommend the book without hesitation.
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