In their final summer before graduating college, three childhood friends expect an uncomplicated transition to adulthood…but learn they all still have some growing up to do.
Alex Makapulo is facing a crisis of faith.
Lori Hanson embarks on the trip of a lifetime.
Andy Taylor is looking for love in all the wrong places.
As the summer unfolds, three young women learn love and faith go hand in hand, not everything is black and white, and sometimes in a fast-paced world you have to slow down, breathe a little, and find your own definition of love.
“Three different girls, three different storylines, but uniquely blended together. I loved the style of the author’s writing, as Love, Defined is as true to life as you can get. This is not a sugar-coated book, but definitely a Christian story that is probably happening all over the world to young adults and older teens, over and over again.”
“It took me right back to those years of confusion, idealism and nievity that fuels that time at the end of school and the cusp of adulthood. It weaves Truth into some of life’s harshest areas including sex before marriage and abortion.”
Author note: I was a newly found Christian stuck in a house with two other college girls. I thought I’d write about the friendships and faith …. because I like boundaries, and both of them shouldn’t have any.