Always looking for someone to love her, Lindsey put her trust in the wrong person freshman year. She emerged from the incident just a shell of the person she was before. It’s now senior year and Lindsey is finally starting to crack. That facade she perfected can’t be maintained when she’s faced with reality – and a God that knows she’s worth the time.
Oh, Laura Jackson! You ruined a perfectly productive day! I picked this up while in a waiting room and just couldn’t put it down!
What I liked: I loved ‘Worth the Time’! Not only does this novel give the clear message of Christ but it also portrays real people, real teens, and real life without being secular.
What I didn’t like: This was really emotional and it’s so hard to remember you’re not with Lindsey.
|Series:||Waltham Academy #2|
Worth the Time
After graduating with a BA in English and history (where I didn’t learn anything about that battle of New Orleans), I taught 7th-grade language arts for eight years. That’s where I fell in love with YA books.
Wanting to share my passion for books with more kids, I earned a Master of Library Science degree and switched to an elementary school. I loved sharing great books with kids, but I missed writing with my students.
So, I started writing on my own. My first book was a flop, and I didn’t even finish it. Then, Ellie kept popping up in my head, and I had to write her story. So begins the Waltham Academy series.
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