Review: Right Where I Belong by Krista McGee

August 3, 2018

 About The Book:

How do you find your place in the world? 
  Tired of watching her father flit from one wife to another and having formed a true bond with her most recent stepmother, Natalia decides to move with her from Spain to Florida when the divorce papers are finalized.
  There are a couple things Natalia knows for sure: 1) She's being groomed to take over her father's international business. Success is expected. 2) There is no such thing as true love. Just look at her father. 3) Her stepmother's faith is real. And Natalia wants more of it.
  Being in a new place, though, has a way of challenging one's preconceived notions. Natalia is still searching but before it's over, she hopes to discover right where she belongs.

My Thoughts: 

  I've really enjoyed this series. It's so nice to find Young Adult stories that are clean! Natalia is a new Christian and is new to the United States. It was fun watching her experience things in the U.S. for the first time. Her hunger for the Word and more of God inspired me. There was a real lesson in this on how much we take things for granted. And I loved Brian's humor. He struggled with self worth and watching him grow as well was great! This book had tons of faith content. Even though they both liked each other it was light on the romantic side. 

  I look forward to reading more by this author.


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