Courting the Clearwaters (Boys of Summer book 1) by Jill Penrod

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Hello My Dear Romantics!

I hope you all are having a beautiful Wednesday!

This weeks read is a Young Adult/Coming of Age story that I enjoyed quite a bit.

Courting the Clearwaters is the story of Shawn is young man in college who has recently become saved and is on his way to his first College Retreat. On the way to the hotel he asks his new friend Seth about a girl in the College and Career age group that has interested him. A Ms. Jenny Clearwater to be exact.

That’s when Seth clues him in on the fact that Jenny and her parents don’t believe in dating but in courtship. For those who don’t understand what courtship entails I’ll give you a rough idea of it.

Basically courtship is almost like dating with a purpose. A young man goes to his parents and asks for guidance and prayer if there is a certain young lady he is interested in then once he gets the ok from his parents then he approaches the the girls parents and asks for permission to get to know their daughter and see if they are suited to possibly getting married in the future. Once he has her parents permission that’s when he and the girl are allowed to get to know each other.

After learning what courting means Shawn is pretty sure he doesn’t fit the bill and decides that he won’t try to pursue a dating relationship with Jenny.

Jenny is definitely attracted to Shawn and they start a great friendship but she knows that Shawn is trying to become a stronger Christian and doesn’t want to court her at this time.

Will Shawn be able to overcome his insecurities and ask to court Jenny? Will Mr. Clearwater allow Shawn to court his daughter? Will Shawn be able to get rid of the anger and issues of his past?

Read the book and find out!


Courting the Clearwaters (Boys of Summer)

Re-readability Rating:

2 out of 5 stars
While I liked the book, I probably won’t come back to read it too often.

Romance Rating:
4 out of 5 stars
This is not a conventional romance. There is one small kiss on the cheek. The real love story, in a way is how Shawn grows in his love for God as well as in his love for Jenny

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