Book three of the Bailey Flanigan series moves the romantic storyline forward in a realistic, yet ultimately satisfying way. Kingsbury’s ability to communicate faith through fiction is meaningful. This is a series that needs to be read in order.

As Bailey settles in to life performing on Broadway and spending her free time with boyfriend Brandon Paul, it still bothers her that her relationship with Cody Coleman has not had any true closure. Cody has been thrilled with his football coaching job and his blossoming relationship with Cheyenne, but he carries a bit of a torch for Bailey secretly in his heart. They must confront the past and talk about what happened between them in order to move forward. (ZONDERVAN, Nov., 352 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel