Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Review of Boyfriends, Burritos, and an ocean of trouble

Title: Boyfriends, Burritos, and an Ocean of Trouble
Author: Nancy Rue
Series:   real life
Chapters: 22
Genre: Christian teen fiction
Rating: 4 ½ stars
     Bryn Christopher has been abused by her boyfriend Preston. After a nasty car accident the truth is reveled. Her father presses charges against Preston. That is just the beginning of the trouble that Bryn has to face. Her so called friends don’t believe that Preston was the one that abused her. Bryn becomes a target. She finds a leather book that presents the Bible in a whole new way that brings it to life for teens.
     Her grandmother comes to visit in order to help Bryn deal with everything that’s happened. Her grandma gets her to learn to surf, and it’s while learning to surf that she meets Shaun. Can Bryn learn to trust God again? Can she face everything she has to face? Will she be willing to let Shaun in?
     I enjoyed reading the book, it is a great book for teens to read. This series tackles the tough stuff that teens go through everyday. I guess that’s why the series is called real life. 

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