“Finding Hollywood Nobody” by Lisa Samson
“Scotty and Charley are headed for Marshall, Texas, with Biker Guy once more close on their trail. As Scotty tries to come to terms with the reality of her parents’ deaths, she grows friendly with the locals. That makes staying hidden challenging.
But there’s got to be more to life than fear, and through new friendships, Scotty learns that this prayer thing might work after all. Will prayer be enough when the situation is life and death? What happens when Biker Guy finally catches up to her?”
After reading and writing a review on “Hollywood Nobody” I was very very excited to get to read the next book in the series, in fact I can’t wait to read the rest.
This book didn’t let me down, it is as good if not better then the first book and develops the characters even more. This time Scotty and her grandmother are in Texas filming with longtime friend Jeremy again. Scotty is more mature now after a long summer of relaxing and learning the truth about her life. She is also searching more and more about God/Jesus and what the Bible has to teach her. Although she hasn’t figured everything out she is really trying to. She even walks into a church to seek safety from the “biker guy” and also learns more about prayer. While in Texas she makes a new friend, a girl her age who is pregnant and needs a lot of prayer after a terrible incident. Scotty feel desperate to pray “right” to help her new friend and starts out on a journey to find someone who can help her. While out she finds God and runs into “biker guy”. I won’t tell you any more then that but I will tell you this book is worth reading. It’s written in blog style again as well, making it fun for me to read.
This is a prefect book to pick up for your teen to read. Clean, adventure filled, friendship, and God. Now to go on and read “Romancing Hollywood Nobody”.
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