A Work in Progress - Staci Stallings

A Work in Progress

By Staci Stallings

  • Release Date: 2015-02-09
  • Genre: Contemporary
A Work in Progress book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 266 Ratings)

A Work in Progress Staci Stallings Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Rebecca Avery has never been one of “them”—the popular kids, the beautiful people. With less than fashion-plate looks and an off-beat, quirky style to living life, she has been relegated to finding “alone” activities to fill her time throughout high school. Unfortunately, college hasn’t changed that. Then she meets Eric Barnett, a nice guy who seems a little quirky himself. The only problem is, he’s in love with her roommate—one of the truly beautiful people. When Rebecca finds herself falling for him, she must find a way to break out of her shell or risk losing him forever. Who will win out in this mixed up jumble of feelings and loyalties?

Eric Barnett is drifting through college. Unlike his friends, he doesn’t have a path to relentlessly pursue. In fact, he often feels like the tag-along in a life that’s unfolding without him. Then he meets Rebecca Avery’s roommate who seems like she will finally give him what he most wants—credibility with his friends. However, when the roommate proves to be less-than-into-him, can Eric see past the outward appearance to find love with Rebecca? 

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User reviews about this book

  • Decent.

    By Nsean Richards
    It was a decent book overall. I struggled a lot in the beginning about whether or not I wanted to continue reading. It just didn’t feel like there was enough to hold me. Eventually, it got better but even then.. it was just okay. There was some good spiritual knowledge in the book and even that was introduced very suddenly. However, I do believe God spoke to me while reading and I enjoyed the characters. I really wanted to like the book but it just turned out okay.
  • I didn’t expect..

    By Mrs. Corey
    This book is awesome! I didn’t know what to expect but this was right on time. Sometimes the simplest thing be our biggest fear. Very Great read!
  • Love it!

    By 5bruggs
    Awesome! Uplifting! Page-turner! Great example of how we show God’s love through us. 😀
  • A Work In Progress

    By missyJanie
    Not only was this a Christian romance it was a spiritual learning experience for me Loved reading and learning this book Thank you for writing and sharing this story
  • A work in Progress

    By aguadilla1
    Excellent! I throughly enjoyed this book. It was very insightful and helpful to me in this season of my life. The Holy Spirit really spoke volumes to me. Thanks so much.
  • A work in progress

    By roosteeree
    Avery interesting , moving story. Very applicable to present day lives.
  • A Work in Progress

    By Quadzonboard4
    Awesome! Uplifting! I highly recommend this book!
  • Work in progress

    By Daw you
    This was a really nice story. Touches the heart strings. Makes you think about your life and what's missing. My walk with our Heavenly Father. This was my 1st book by her and I am getting the next one.
  • Work In Progress

    By ZivaChavive
    Intriguing. I thought at first it went over top with religion. The truth there's everything to be learned along with the characters and ourself. A truly enthralling believable romance. Such hopeful and peaceful ending. I know now where to find and see the smoke.
  • Well-woven story, but one point of bad theology

    By Meiguoaqma
    Very realistic characters and interactions. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. --but I strongly disagree with something one of the characters says, that the God of the Old Testament is a God of judgement and not of love. Check out Psalm 136, which repeats 'His love endures forever' 26 times! --and both of the love commands (Love God; Love your neighbor) are from the Old Testament! Also, there's plenty of judgment in the New Testament: Revelation for sure; and read through a Gospel again and note how many times Jesus scolds somebody!

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