In this final installment of the Bailey Flanigan series, Kingsbury meaningfully and deftly handles all of the issues facing Bailey, Cody and Brandon. It’s tough to say goodbye to characters that feel like real friends and family, but this is a beautiful culmination of the series.

Bailey Flanigan is struggling with what God wants for her future: What job does He want her to pursue, where should she live and to whom should she give her heart and love? Brandon wants her to stay in Los Angeles, where he is getting ready to sign a multi-picture contract, but Bailey is feeling pulled to return to Indiana. Cody is looking for God’s will for his future, as well. Have he and Bailey finally resolved their relationship, or is there still something there? (ZONDERVAN, Apr., 352 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel