Available: January 2015
How many parents hope and pray that their child(ren) do not follow in their footsteps of bad decisions and/or actions. Gin Lightly definitely prays for a better and brighter future for her daughter Raine; but, even a loving, mother cannot decide her child's actions and decisions.
When Raine and her mother's car breaks down in Banister Falls, Wisconsin, Gin agrees to stay so Raine can finish her senior year of high school. During a class project, Raine is paired up with Cody Bennett. Cody is a friend to all - athletes, nerds, and those not part of the "in" groups. He is an outspoken Christian who helps lead the youth at Hope Community Church.
When Raine and Cody's relationship become serious, can he practice what he preaches? Or will he lay aside his beliefs and walk away from God to live life his own way?
Kathryn Springer has written a story that so many women can relate to - poor decisions and the consequences which follow. God's love is seen in and through the characters. I look forward to enjoying more of Kathryn Springer's stories of faith, love, and understanding.
My rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
I received a complimentary copy of The Dandelion Field from Harper Collins and Zondervan Publishing for my honest review.