Phoebe and the Rock of Ages: The Gustafson Girls Book 3 (Christian Fiction Series)
Becky Doughty, author
A wild child. A Jesus freak. What will happen when their worlds collide? MEET PHOEBE GUSTAFSON Phoebe Gustafson has been running wild her whole life. A gifted artist, she portrays people and places the way she wishes they were, not the way she really sees them. Her jaded perspective is born out of disillusionment, betrayal, and loss, and of memories too painful to dwell on. Rather than face the past, Phoebe charges full throttle into the future, never investing in anything or anyone for longer than it takes to finish a job. When a family emergency and the charming, unconventional Jesus freak, Trevor Zander, converge on her life at the same time, will Phoebe find the courage to remove her blinders and discolored filters so she can truly see life, and love--and herself--the way they really are? MEET THE GUSTAFSON GIRLS When Paul and Simone Gustafson are killed by a drunk driver, the lives of their daughters change irrevocably. Although raised by loving grandparents, it's the G-FOURce--the Gustafson Four Sisters Club--that binds them together when their differences would tear them apart. All grown up now, Juliette has become the quintessential doormat, Renata, the self-appointed matriarchal figure. Phoebe is, at least according to Renata, borderline narcissistic, and Gia is on the verge of a major identity crisis. Then there's Angela Clinton, the senior class darling who drove her cherry black 1970 el Camino into the side of their parents' car on the night of Juliette's high school graduation. Angela's prison sentence is winding down; soon she'll be eligible for parole and moving back to town. Will the G-FOURce be strong enough to hold them together as they step into the eye of the storm that's been brewing for the last fifteen years? Will they finally be able to let go of the past and embrace the future, no matter what it holds? Note: The Gustafson Girls series is Women's Fiction/Christian Romance written from a Christian world view.