Everything was going just fine for Logan Stewart until the fateful day when his handicapped neighbour, Chelsey Martin, walked across his lawn and decided to be his friend. She didn't make his life any easier, asking him tough questions about friendship and God.
Chelsey and her twin, Kailey, have problems of their own, including school projects that involve tattoo parlors and a blunt uncle with far too little social grace. They also wonder if their friend Amanda is taking this healthy eating thing a little too far.
The situation escalates when Logan's grandfather moves in. Will learning Grandfather's secrets help Logan to understand his own? Can Logan forgive the father he hates? More importantly, will he seek the forgiveness of the One he has hurt most?
About the Author:
R.D. Korvemaker lives in a small town outside London, Ontario, and spends her time working as a full-time nanny, teaching music part time, volunteering at her church, and writing. She keeps up a blog (byjotandtittle.blogspot.ca) where you can find her latest work. She likes Oh Henry bars, the band Leeland, the smell of fresh cut grass, and going on adventures.