By Monica Mynk
Savannah Barrett fled her Dreyfus home to escape childhood bullies, and planned to stay away for good. Body image struggles have led her to a life of empty relationships. After yielding so many times to temptation, she believes no one could desire her for more.
People do change, through Christ, and no sin is too bad to be forgiven.
Why the author wrote this book:
It's one of seven novels about broken girls who've become goddess to themselves learning to forgive their pasts, let go of their sin, and become daughters of Christ. Savannah struggles with overcoming her sexual sin, which is relevant to many modern women today. It's important to write books showing women who've made similar mistakes that they still belong in church and they can be redeemed.