Alison Stanley – Trust Me Twice

From the Back Cover

TrustMeTwice12From the day they were both born, Alana and Zac were best friends – that is, until an incident on a school camp causes Alana to push Zac away and to doubt God.

Ten years later, Alana returns to her home town of Oakley and runs into Zac again. He is now a famous TV star and super-cute, but can she forgive him for hurting her all those years ago?

While stranded alone with him in the middle of a natural disaster, she must decide whether to open her heart and trust Zac, and God, again.

A heartwarming story of God’s faithfulness.

Amanda’s Review:

Trust Me Twice is a relatively short read, which I did in a few hours one night, and it kept me awake until I finished it. Parts of the story take place in Alana’s teen years and it really took me back to my own adolescence, awaking those feelings I experienced back then.

I enjoyed Alison’s writing, especially one piece of dialogue between Alana and Zac where they were on opposite sides of a door, and passed notes underneath. Loved that.

All in all, Trust Me Twice was an engrossing, heart-warming read, and I recommend it to all to love a good romance with a satisfying ending. Thanks Alison, for sending me a review copy.

About the Author:

AlisonStanleyAlison is a working mum, living with her husband and two young daughters in the West of Sydney. In her spare time, she writes and self-publishes inspirational romance books for adults and teens.

She also enjoys reading and chilling out in front of the TV, watching other people renovate their houses. Sometimes she even attempts this herself. To contact Alison, or to find out about her writing, visit her website: alisonstanleychristianfiction.wordpress.com.

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3 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Reblogged this on Alison Stanley and commented:
    A lovely review from award-winning author, Amanda Deed.

  2. Sounds like an interesting book. I hope to read it soon 🙂

    • Yes, I loved it. Hope you get to enjoy it soon. 🙂


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