Paige Torn (Paige Alder Series #1)Erynn Mangum
In Paige Torn, the first book in author Erynn Magnum's Paige Alder series, Paige Alder’s life is suddenly busier than she can handle. With no time for laundry and lucky to grab a cheese stick for dinner, it’s all she can do to get a precious few hours sleep. But when she... Read More
Between working at an adoption agency and helping her friends, Paige always seems to be the person that everyone turns to - but that never leaves any time for her to spend with God, or even with her own thoughts. Tyler seems to be the only person that she can say no to, but maybe he is the only one who she should be telling yes.
Page Count: 304
- Product type: Book
- Format: Softcover
- Release Date: May 1, 2013
- UPC: 9781612912981
- Height: 0
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 291
- Publish Date: May 15, 2013
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 100
- Audience Age Minimum: 12
- BISAC: "JUV033010"
- ISBN: 1612912982
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- Disappointed by Smiling Sally on 6/26/2013
Paige is a likeable, busy, people-pleasing, twenty-two-year-old Christian. Unable to say no, she rushes from helping one person to another. She barely has time to eat on the run. She believes she worships by serving and even neglects her Bible study because of her many commitments.
Some good church people wrestle with the question, "Is service for God the same as spending time with Him?" The author clearly defines the problem and solves the dilemma. I really liked this part.
However, one part that had me groaning aloud with disbelief was when in the space of one and a half hours, Paige takes "a long, hot shower," and takes her "time blow-drying [her] hair and putting on makeup." She then curls her "hair into long, beachy curls" and digs out her sewing machine and sews a skirt, complete with a hem! (248-9) No one could possibly do all of this in such a short period of time.
The BIG disappointment is the abrupt ending. The reader is left hanging and the author taunts them to buy the next novel in the series in order to read the "next chapter in Paige Alder's life." Really! I feel gypped.
Thank you to Bonnie at Christian Fiction Blog Alliance and Think for my copy.