Absolutely loved this book! It is filled with the "life choice" uncertainty that we all feel at some point. Macy Moore has just lost her job and her boyfriend! She has spent her life staying away from her hometown of Beauty, Georgia in the years following her high school graduation. She is determined not to return there to live, for any reason. She has everything a young career woman wants; status car, good job, girlfriends, boyfriends, nice apartment until it all falls apart in the space of one lousy day. We see her faith deepen during the time she job hunts for a new position. We see her stubbornness displayed when situations come together to lead her back home, but she will not give in. I was surprised at the depth of this story and the thoughtful writing about her angst regarding her "failed life." The author writes Macy's journey to a deeper relationship with God in a very genuine way. This is not just a light and breezy read that you pick up to kill some time. It speaks to our heart and our conscience. I enjoyed it also because I am not always in the mood, or patient enough to dig into a big book with a deep story. This novel had the depth and detail that kept me interested without the multiple layers of plot and countless characters. I recommend "Georgia on Her Mind" and give it five stars! This is my first Rachel Hauck novel and I will be checking out some of her other works.
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