Hott Synopsis:

Are you a mother? Grandmother? Aunt? Father? Teacher? Coach?

Then I’d suggest you read this book. As everyone knows, girls are absolutely different than anything you’ve ever dealt with — even if you were one yourself. Because of the culture that we have today there is a very slim margin for error in handling situations or even conversations with girls and young ladies.

Take some time to learn the facts and some great insight into the lives and hearts of our next generation.

Hott Review:

A while back I reviewed Five Conversations You Must Have with Your Son. It was a great book but not nearly as scary as this one. Maybe it’s because the conversations we’re to have with are sons aren’t as heartbreaking, I don’t know, but this book really shook me.

I don’t think I made it through a page of this book without highlighting something and sharing it on facebook. I don’t know why things are so much worse than they were when I was a teen/preteen but I know that they are. Even in private schools with ‘good Christian kids’ not everyone has the same morals, standards, or even feelings about what constitutes right and wrong.

I’ll be purchasing a physical copy of this book to loan out to my friends and using my digital copy as a daily resource and reminder. I also think that reading through some of these stats at prayer time would be great guidance.


Author: Vicki Courtney
Source: B&H Publishing Group via Netgally
Grade: A+

Author Bio:

God has graciously given me a platform to write and speak about my journey of faith. Not a day goes by that I’m not floored by that fact. I don’t come with any preconceived notions that He has given me this privilege because I’m qualified for the task. Quite the contrary. I am nothing more than a poster child for God’s grace and mercy. On the average day, I’m still a mess of a girl reminding myself of the same truths I discovered back in 1985 at that weekend retreat. I continue to strive, mess up, ‘fess up, and rediscover God’s grace on a daily basis. I’m a work in progress. It is my prayer that this site, my books, and the messages I present at events will point not to me, but to His goodness and mercy. Apart from that, the rest is just fluff.

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