In the third book of Carlson's 86 Bloomberg Place series, readers
will enjoy discovering what the
roommates are up to and seeing
how they are changing. At times
it feels like important parts of the
narrative are left out and scenes
are skipped to make the pace move more quickly, but the spiritual angle
is explored further.

Kendall is broke, pregnant and still unsure as to what to do about either situation. Lelani has decided it's time to make some decisions about her daughter, so she plans to return to Maui during spring break to discuss things with her parents. One by one, her roommates and their boyfriends decide to join Lelani for a trip that could change all of their lives. (DAVID C. COOK, Mar., 320 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel