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Maya and Jack's relationship has blossomed into an engagement. Everything should be perfect now...right?
Now that Maya is engaged to Jack, the love of her life, everything should be perfect, but actually, it’s the opposite. Maya must trust that God is in control even when things seem to be a disastrous mess.
This fiction novel uses the power of story and humor to challenge teens to discover the relevance of faith in their lives. This fun, lighthearted read promotes trust in God.
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I absolutly love the Maya Davis Sereis I can not wait to get my mands on this book
5/17/2012 10:49:54 AM
Maya Davis has a lot on her mind lately. Her engagement to Jack was supposed to be a wonderful prelude to marital bliss. However, planning a wedding is stressful and a new job opportunity for Jack is threatening their unity. On top of that, Maya has to deal with a busy job, premarital counseling, and the emotional roller coaster that her nephew's premature birth put her on. Will she be able to completely trust God before her life completely unravels?
Double Shot by Erynn Mangum is an enjoyable read geared toward teens and twenty-somethings. Despite all the issues Maya has, the book feels light and playful. On one hand, this is good because it makes the book a fun and easy read. On the other hand, Double Shot has some important spiritual lessons that get a little lost in the lightness of the book. I think if the book was somehow made to be more poignant, it would be more effective.
The entire time I was reading Double Shot I kept thinking that if a movie was ever made of it, Anne Hathaway should play Maya. She reminded me so much of Anne's character, Mia, in The Princess Diaries. Their names are even sound similar! (Double Shot's plot is nothing like The Princess Diaries.)
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
4/10/2011 2:58:41 PM
A Refreshing Story About Relationships
Double Shot by Erynn Mangum is the last of the Maya Davis Novel series published by NavPress. Maya Davis, who is now engaged to the love of her life, Jack, believes that all will go well from then on. Little did she know that planning their wedding is a complicated matter by itself. Add to that the prospect of a major life change brought on by getting married. But when Jack is offered a better job which entails a transfer to another city, Maya begins to doubt if marrying Jack is God’s will for her. She is resistant to the thought of having to leave her family, her job and her church family. What will she do?
Double Shot is a feel-good story that is appropriate for the older teens and the mature singles. The manner in which Jack and Maya carried on in their relationship is very refreshing. Jack and Maya have promised to each other that they will wait until getting married to be intimate. So they spend their time working hard, getting to know each other better, caring for their family and ministering to others in their church.
I have not read the other books in this series, but I believe that each book can stand on its own. There are no parts where I have wondered what happened in the past books, and I think that’s a good thing. It is good to read a book about Christian singles who have made loving and serving God a vital part of their lives. I love the family dynamics shown in this book where love flows in and through the whole family. The relationships with their friends and churchmates are a joy to read about. I would highly recommend this book for parents to get for their growing teens and for Christian singles.
Disclosure: I was given a free copy of this book by NavPress in exchange for a review.
2/9/2011 6:33:07 AM
Bring on more!
I LOVE Erynn Mangum’s books! I have both complete sets that she has written and have gotten others hooked on them too. :) They are funny, witty, easy-reading and yet her character’s faith as it impacts their daily life is intricately woven into the stories. When this book came up for review, I asked my husband and my brother to each buy me one of the other two for Christmas so that I could have the whole set and read them in order. :)
2/8/2011 5:33:36 PM
Hate to see this series end!
Double Shot" is the third and final book in the Maya Davis series written by Erynn Mangum. I have come to love the characters in this series of books and was sad to see the end.
In this installment Maya is facing several life changing events, her best friend and room mate Jen has just gotten married so Maya is faced with living alone for the first time, although her loyal friend and canine companion Calvin is with her. She is engaged to her boyfriend Jack and is in a frenzy of planning her own wedding, throw in to the mix the fact that her brother and sister-in-law just had a preemie baby, and you would think there is plenty enough going on to keep the readers turning the pages, but add to all this the fact that Jack just might get a job that will take them several hundred miles from their friends and family, and you have a story that has you turning the pages as fast as you can to see how things will ultimately work out!
I think my favorite thing about the Maya Davis series is that the characters seem so real to life, they are a twenties something group, and have ups and downs like we all do. Maya is such a down to earth person, who has no problems laughing at herself upon occasion. Maya's pastor, Andrew, is so funny, and I kept hoping he would finally ask out Liz. I also enjoy how the author weaves in the issues of faith, and God into this series, the idea of Wed night Bible study seems so normal for this group.
While this is the third in a series it can easily be read as a stand alone book, although I would suggest reading the entire series so that you can experience the entire relationship of Jack and Maya!
I received a complimentary copy of this book from NavPress in exchange for an honest review.
1/30/2011 2:36:57 PM
Maya is getting married to her best friend. Planning the wedding is stressful As if setting the date wasn't hard enough, they have to set a TIME too! AHHH, are you stressed out yet? Then there is the color of the napkins and the location. During the stress of getting the wedding planned, the fiance Jack has a job opportunity that might send this California couple to Seattle! Can Maya trust that God is in control of her life?
This is my second book that I've read by Erynn Mangum.
It's a different series however the main character was just like Laurie from Miss Match. They both love chocolate, coffee and watching chick-flicks that are over referenced.
The writing is pretty energetic and funny but overall, I didn't like this book. At all. I'll do my best not to turn this into a hate review but I was really hoping that it might be a little different from her previous series. It took 87 pages for Maya to set a date for the wedding and 200 pages for Jack to get the job opportunity.
I was just bored. The highlight of reading this book was to see how many tv and movie references were made. (10 by chapter 5) It's just not very exciting to read about snuggling on a couch with your fiance watching the Wedding Planner. Not my kind of chick-lit novel.
However, if you want something light and easy to make you chuckle, then you might enjoy this story. It touches on trusting God and having faith which are important lessons for all women to be reminded of.
1/28/2011 6:27:22 PM
Love, happily Ever After
When I ordered this book I didn’t realize it was part of a series and even found out later it was the last “Maya Davis” book. I was worried I’d be lost, but how the book is written you don’t feel left out. I’m sure there were a few things that I would have gotten more out of if I had read the other books but I didn’t notice.
Maya works at a coffee house, her fiance, Jack works in the Zoo. They both seem different but perfect for each other. One thing they have in common is their love for God. They attend a weekly Bible study and got to church together. They even pray together. It warms my heart to see a book/story showing how relationships will work with God as the center.
Maya has to trust God a lot in this book. from her nephew being born months early, to planning a wedding in a short amount of time, to Jack getting a huge opportunity to work at the zoo in Seattle. She prays and trusts in God’s hand with her nephew’s life. She prays and trust in God for her wedding planning and even accepts help from her family & friends. But when it comes to Jack’s promotion and the thought of move 20 hours away from her family she just doesn’t know what to do. Jack reminds her to trust in God and follow His leading. She digs though the Bible looking for pros & cons of moving. But because her mind is set on staying her views are twisted. Later she learns that instead of praying for Jack’s heart to change about moving that she should have all along been praying for her heart.
Throughout this story line we see Maya’s friendship with one of her co-workers, Ethan. He is not a believer but he suddenly starts attending the Bible study and church. Maya figures it out, he’s coming to be with his crush, Lisa. No matter Maya has and continues to pray for Ethan and hopes one day he will become a Christian.
The book ends with a beautiful wedding and everything ends happy. I would have loved to see if Jack got his job and to hear about the fun in Hawaii. I would have also loved to see what happens with May’s friend, Ethan.
I loved reading this book and will be looking for the rest in the series.
1/28/2011 3:12:23 PM
Surprisingly more serious than the last one
-The characters are real. They are just normal people struggling with finances, insecurities, and decisions. They are imperfect just like the rest of us. Jack works at a zoo, and Maya works at a coffee shop, even though she has an English degree. Real life!
-About Jack and Maya’s relationship, I wasn’t convinced. On the other hand, I love that their relationship shows us all that true couples aren’t all lovey-dovey, knight in shining armor romances. Actually, none are, at least not for very long. It takes hard work to stay in love. For that reason, this makes a great book for especially younger readers, because way too often we read romance books and then have unfair and unrealistic expectations from our mate.
-There are good lessons in this story. Compromise is a major lesson. And the characters are good role models. They are saving themselves for marriage and premarital sex is not even a choice for them. There’s kissing, but the scenes are not detailed in the least bit!! And I’ll point out quickly that in the 2nd book, they never kiss until they are engaged. They pray before EVERY meal. They do Bible studies. I don’t necessarily agree with the method of worshipping in this book, but without more details, I can’t say for sure, so I won’t go into details on that. Again, I especially think this is a great book for younger readers!!
I greatly enjoyed this book. It was wonderful to jump back into the world of Maya (Nutkin) and Jack. And I surprised myself at how quick I read it. I hate to see it end, especially since the ending does leave you hanging! Erynn Mangum is yet another author that I will keep an eye on. I love her style of writing. I’ve only read two of her books so far, and even though this one contained a very serious subject for me, her books are still lots of fun to read. I definitely recommend them!!
1/28/2011 12:28:55 PM
Do you trust God with your Future??
“Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, ‘Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?’ And I said, ‘Here am I. Send me!” Isaiah 6:8
Double Shot by Erynn Mangum
Double Shot is the third and final book in the Maya Davis series written by Erynn Mangum. The first in the series is a Cool Beans and the second is Latte Daze. Maya Davis is living what she thought was becoming the perfect life… engaged to her best friend, family close by, a promotion at work… but then life throws a curve ball. Her fiancée is a top prospect for a new job position (hundreds of miles away), wedding plans are crazy (flowers and food and dresses and location) and her prematurely born nephew are all adding to the stress of life. Does God really care about Maya’s life?
So often we start to believe that the next stage in life will be better than the last. Once we graduate from high school, there’s college, and that is supposed to be better, right? But then we become stressed over money and college majors. So we can’t wait for the next stage… finding a career and getting married. But then when we are in that stage, we find yet more details to worry about and hope for the next stage yet again! Before we know it, we can be guilty of hoping our life away!
Throughout this novel, Maya is hoping for the next stage of life to be “better” and then realizes that God is in control and to trust Him and live in the blessings He has given today!
As great of a storyline that Erynn presents, I could not find myself becoming attached to the characters and yearning to know more. A majority of this book is spend on digressions with little tidbits that are not needed and then at the climax of the novel… We find two chapters left with no major information. It left me wanting to know more information about these key parts of the story and therefore left me disappointed.
Overall, I would give this book 3 out of 5 stars.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
1/14/2011 3:45:28 PM
Fun read about love that doesn't cheapen love
Book three in the series featuring Maya Davis clinches the love story with a match-made-in-heaven engagement. You'd think Maya has reached the finish line by hooking the perfect guy, but then we wouldn't have a third book, right?
Wedding preparations spiral out of control and decisions for the future leave the couple in doubt. Double Shot is a roller-coaster ride of haywire emotions, relationship tangles, and faith builders.
The novel features a generic young adult fiction world, peopled by the usual suspects: a coffee-addicted heroine, a dreamy hero, a cast of crazy-lovable friends and family.
Acquainted with Erynn Mangum's Lauren Holbrook series, I was constantly trying to figure out the difference between main characters Lauren and Maya. There seems to be none, except physical description and occupation. The rest of the characters (and plot twists) feel birthed from the same formula.
In place of the usual heavy lacing of sex and promiscuity in today's chick lit, Double Shot serves a heaping spoonful of God conversations and church (and churchy) symbols. This may turn off half of the young adult reading population, but it provides a clean-fun alternative to the rest (and gives parents something less to worry about).
And while the Christianizing of chick lit can get a bit overboard for me, what I like about it is how it gives a fun read about love without having to cheapen love--the way other books do when they dredge out sacred details.
Interestingly, Double Shot, and other chick lit in similar mode, gives readers a window to the psyche of Christians in love, who, contrary to what the Sunday dress would have the world believe, mess up big time, as well.
Thanks to NavPress for coming out with this book and sending me a copy to review.
1/13/2011 5:20:22 PM
LOVED this book - Great read!!!
Okay, let me just say...It has been a really long time since I've picked up and started reading a book that I REALLY didn't want to put down! I *loved* this book. "Double Shot" is the last of 3 in the Maya Davis series of books by author Erynn Mangum. I am so sad that I didn't read the first 2 before this, but I am just going to have to find them and read them, too!
The main character, Maya, is a 20-something barista living in California. She's engaged to a hunky zookeeper and planning her upcoming wedding. This novel leads you through several months of her life in a hilarious and realistic way.
I don't want to give away too many details about the book, but I'm sure that if you are anything like me, you will love it. The language and funny mannerisms of the characters were so REAL to me. I felt like Maya could have been my best friend...and her pastor? HILARIOUS! The guy reminds me of several of the pastors up at my church - cool, funny, and real people.
I loved how the Bible and several key verses were weaved into this great book. It really makes you think about whether the path you're following is the one God wants you to take or if you are asking God to just accept YOUR plans for your own life. Deep thoughts in a light-hearted book.
I give this book 2 thumbs up and really do highly recommend it!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commision's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
1/12/2011 10:42:46 PM
Sweet, easy read
Double Shot by Erynn Mangum is the third book in the Maya Davis series. I was looking for a light, easy read for my impending snow day and this was a perfect choice! Double Shot seems to pick up right where Cool Beans and Latte Daze (the first two books in the series) left off. However, the novel definitely stands alone if you haven't read the first two.
Maya, recently engaged to her long-time friend Jack, is in the midst of planning her wedding. With the help of her mom, best friend Jen, and sister-in-law Kate, all the details start coming together.
The story is sweet and an easy read. Maya, Jack, Jen, and the other characters are very likable. I appreciated that Maya constantly struggles with not letting the wedding plans take over her life. She still seeks out opportunities to share the gospel with her non-Christian friends from work and reaches out to new people in her small group. She also battles with anxiety and fear as circumstances threaten to interrupt this happy time. Friendship, family, and faith in God are obvious themes in this book. The book is fairly predictable and doesn't develop the plot or the characters too deeply. But it was enjoyable and I would recommend it if you're looking for a quick read.
I think that this book is technically billed as young adult fiction. However, I would recommend this book for adults and older teenagers (mature, upper level high school students). There aren't any controversial topics in the book; I just feel like books about adults (vs. teenagers) are better suited for older age groups.
I received a free copy of this book from NavPress in exchange for my fair and honest review.
1/10/2011 10:36:51 PM
Michelle (read all my reviews)Quality:
3 out of 5 .Value:
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3 out of 5 .‘Double Shot’ by Erynn Mangum is the third book in her Maya Davis series. After reading the 2nd book of this series, ‘Latte Daze’ I was very excited to have the opportunity to review this new book. This book picked up at Maya's roommate Jennifer's wedding and concludes with her own. But from wedding to wedding is not an easy time. Maya's resistance to change is pushed to its near limits. It was an enjoyable read and I had a hard time putting it down. There were some changes from ‘Latte Daze’ though. I found this book not as filled with scripture and Bible truths which I had found surprising, different and refreshing in ‘Latte Daze’. ‘Double Shot’ was more storyline focused with some scripture referenced more typical to other Christian fiction novels I’ve read. This book also focused primarily on Maya with very little development of secondary characters which lead to a minutia of detail in Maya's day to day that got to be overwhelming at times. All and all it's a great light read with a good message. I look forward to following along as Maya embraces the upcoming big changes in her life.
I received a free copy of this book from NavPress blogger review program for the purpose of this review. The opinions expressed in this review are my own and I was not required to provide a positive review.
1/10/2011 5:22:28 AM
Make Mine a Single
Reading Double Shot spun me back in time to another dimension--the one I inhabited while a single, recent college grad. The main character of the story, Maya, is funny, cute, and engaged to her best friend, Jack, and a barista at the local coffee shop. The bulk of the story is spent on her trying to figure out what she wants her wedding to look like, while managing expectations of friends, family and work. The twist arrives rather late in the tale when Jack's offered a job in Seattle (they live in SoCal) throwing Maya into a tailspin as she faces two life-altering changes back to back.
Personally, I love chic lit and enjoy reminiscing about my post-college years, but Double Shot was strong on syrup and light on caffeine--not quite the cup for me and at times I struggled to maintain interest in the story. It's possible that the writing style didn't draw me in as I had hoped it would. While the closing book of a trilogy, Double Shot contained enough backstory that it worked fine as a standalone and I didn't feel that I missed anything by not having read it's predecessors. One thing I did appreciate about the storyline was that Maya was not a bridezilla, nor did she feel like she needed months (or years!) to plan her wedding. Also, I'm thrilled to see Mangum as an author continuing to write. She writes with a lot of humor and was first published at a rather young age, a definite inspiration to younger aspiring authors. A follow up book or a new series about her previous characters as newlyweds or new parents definitely holds a lot of potential. I give Double Shot 3 stars out of 5. Recommended for teens, twenty-somethings who enjoy happy, light reading or current Erynn Mangum fans. Kudos to NavPress for adding Double Shot as a solid addition to the tiny, albeit growing Christian YA market.
I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements andTestimonials in Advertising."
1/7/2011 8:49:56 PM
My Review of Double Shot
Written by: Erynn Mangum
Published by: NavPress
I haven’t been a big fiction reader lately, but I chose to read this book because it sounded the most interesting of those that were available to review from NavPress.
This is the story of Maya Davis who is engaged to be married in a few months. Maya faces various difficulties along the road to her wedding, and must face the ultimate question - does she truly want to marry her Fiancé Jack?
Who the book is for:
This book is good for contemporary romantic fiction lovers. Teens, as well as adults.
What I liked:
This book was pretty easy and fun to read. The story kept me interested.
I liked that I could actually feel a push to follow God better through reading a fiction book!
What I didn’t like:
I found parts of this book kind of odd, like how it would constantly mention the weather and whether or not Maya was taking a coat with her wherever she was going.
This is a pretty good read for a fiction book and I give it 4 out of 5 stars.
I received this book free to review from NavPress. The opinions expressed in this review are my true thoughts and feeling regarding this book. I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.
1/4/2011 12:21:05 PM
A fun read
Double Shot follows the continuing adventures of Maya as she goes from being a girlfriend to a fiance and plans a wedding. I laughed at many of the wedding planning scenes- I could definitely relate to Maya's feelings of being overwhelmed and out of her element at all of the bridal planning! This book is really a great read- the characters are believable and multi-dimensional and fun, and it was great to catch up on all their continuing adventures. My only point of complaint with the book was Maya's confusion over whether or not to move to Seattle- how could anyone ever not want to live in Seattle! :)
This book, like the others in the Maya Davis series, is written for the young adult audience, but I (in my early 30s) still really liked it a lot. The author has a gift for writing Christian novels that are realistic, but still full of faith and scripture.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
12/31/2010 4:30:23 PM
Double Shot is the third book in Erynn Mangum’s trilogy about Maya Davis, a coffee obsessed, slightly crazy, completely loveable barista. Maya works at Cool Beans, a local coffee shop. In Double Shot, she’s just become engaged to Jack. Everything will work out perfectly...won’t it? Maya is faced with the challenge of a possible move to Seattle, honeymoon decisions, her premature nephew, and planning a wedding in only three months. Her faith in God is challenged as she struggles to accept the possibility of leaving her family and her friends.
I really enjoyed this book. When I requested it, I didn’t realize that it was the conclusion of a trilogy. Even though it was the end of the trilogy, it was still great. I was impressed that Eyrnn was able to write a book that could stand on its own, without requiring the first two books. As in the Lauren Holbrook series, Maya has the same coffee obsession and likeable personality.
Unlike the Lauren Holbrook series, I felt like the God thing was better incorporated into this book. In Lauren’s series, I felt like Erynn ended most chapters with one to two paragraphs about God, and that was it. She did a much better job in this novel.
It’s a great read!
12/23/2010 9:28:36 AM
I liked it.
I shrug. "I'm no theologian. I just have my beliefs."
Jack grins again. "Like your belief that God's favorite color is pink?"
Andrew about loses his mouthful of ravioli. "Pink?" he sputters. "Why pink?"
I have a very good reason for this. "Sunsets and sunrises are always at least a little bit pink," I say. "Since God takes so much time to create those, I figure it has to be a favorite color or His."
Liz is smiling. "I like your logic, Maya Davis."
"Thanks, I like your cooking."
Double Shot pg. 114
Erynn is witty. Every book I read by her doesn't finish and make you want to be inside the story of that book, but instead the book is like lessons learned with a biblical perspective. "Double Shot" is a splendid book. Maya Davis (the main character) is hysterical. I enjoyed reading about her personality and weird quirks that just make the book even better. Jack (the fiancé) is a great example of a Godly guy who is looking to lead his soon to be family. Together the two make a wonderful pair that worships God, and has funny stories that will make you crack up.
I enjoyed this book a lot, and highly recommend it to you.
Disclaimer: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their blogger review program. I wasn't required to be have a favorable opinion, but a honest one.
12/21/2010 6:43:41 PM
My favorite Maya Davis story so far!
Third title in the Maya Davis Series, Double Shot by Erynn Mangum brings us the much-anticipated wedding of Maya Davis. This was my favorite book in the series and continued in the highly caffeinated spirit that fans have come to expect from Maya.
Being a coffee lover myself, I enjoy the coffee shop setting and the overall feel of Erynn’s books. I do think that reading the books in order helps to understand the back-story and characters, but it’s not necessary. I appreciate that while Erynn keeps her characters trendy, they also maintain Christian standards in their relationships. Erynn’s books are wholesome, lighthearted and interesting, which makes her a gem in the literary world.
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12/17/2010 8:38:34 AM
Maya Davis is preparing to marry the man of her dreams, so why is she postponing the preparations and stalling in making decisions? She is surrounded my caffeine in her job, but even that cannot simulate her to get going on the preparations. We are taken into the life of Maya and her fiancé Jack, in “Double Shot” by Erynn Mangum. Maya learns who is truly in control of making the decisions of her life. She and Jack are following God in their lives but are they truly allowing him to make all decisions? I think you will find this a pleasant story to read and will learn from Maya’s experiences. The characters are likable and draw you into their little town of Hudson, where many life choices and decisions are being made, weddings are taking place, babies are being born, and families are spending time together on Sunday afternoons. This is book three in the Maya Davis Novel series. I have not read this first two but I found that this one stood alone quite well and I had no difficulty fitting into the story.
I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to provide a positive review. The opinions I expressed are my own.
12/13/2010 3:08:02 PM
Double Shot Review
Double Shot by Erynn Mangum is the third book in the Maya Davis Series. It is a light-hearted contemporary story set in the present.
The story begins at the wedding of Maya’s best friend. In the personal ups and downs, in this fast paced book, Maya learns to trust God through a premature birth of a nephew, planning her wedding, and discovering that Jack, her fiance will possibly accept a job in Seattle. To learn the conclusion, you will need to read this book.
There were many references, throughout this book, to today’s television characters, shows, and movies. Double Shot will be enjoyed by those who stay current in the entertainment industry. While it is categorized Fiction/Young Adults, it has an appeal to anyone looking for a lighthearted read.
It was encouraging to read a fiction story where the main character consistently turned to God and His Word for her answers to life’s problems. Thank you to Erynn Mangum and NavPress for allowing me to review Double Shot.
12/11/2010 8:25:20 PM