Feb 202014
 

Hott Synopsis:

Twelve years. When Camille’s father deserted her and her mother Uncle Scott swooped in to save them. Camille has been trying to pay him back ever since she was able. At some point the debt has to be paid right?

Camille is ready for her dream. Ready for her community center. Ready for her house. Ready for her family. When will Uncle Scott let her be who she is instead of who he wants her to be.

Hott Review:

I didn’t love this book. The beginning was terribly confusing and I felt like an eavesdropper that missed most of the conversation. Then it just seemed to mosey along. I read the whole thing because the characters were very interesting and I liked them but I kept getting everyone confused because there were so many.
There wasn’t much of a “Christian” aspect to this book. No pronouncement of faith or anything like that just the absence of violence, foul language, and intimacies.

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Author: Judy Christie
Source: Zondervan via Netgalley
Grade: C
Ages: 14+
Steam: YA
Setting: Samford, Louisiana
Series: Trumpet & Vine

Author Bio:

Judy Christie is an author and consultant who lives in Northwest Louisiana.
She writes inspirational fiction and nonfiction. Her popular Green series chronicles the goings-on in the small Louisiana town of Green and is part of Abingdon Press’s new inspirational fiction line.
Judy is also the author of the popular Hurry Less, Worry Less nonfiction series, published by Abingdon Press.
Wreath, published in October 2011, is Judy’s first young adult book. Look for it and a free download on her books page!
Judy was a journalist for many years and is a frequent speaker at retreats and workshops. She works with clients around the country on how to slow down and enjoy each day more and how to set and meet goals.

Websites & Links:

– from Judy’s website

 

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  2 Responses to “Review | Sweet Olive”

  1. Bummer. It looks so cute.

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