Wedding Score by Amanda Tero: A Book Review

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Age Appropriate For: All Ages
Best for Ages: 25 - 35
Description: Most girls dream of their wedding days. Except me. I’m too busy practicing piano and being the live soundtrack for everyone else’s weddings to think about my own. I’ve survived most of my twenties with harmonious chords and pleasant days.

So why is it that now, at twenty-seven, a discordant feeling presents itself? Is there a solid solution to loneliness when there is absolutely no potential husband on the horizon?



This is not a typical book. For which I’m grateful. I’ve started a lot of fiction books that tried to address singleness and the main character is all happy and married at the end. That is sweet, nice and happy, but also depressing for someone who is still single. This book isn’t like that.

This story is, in some ways simple, and in other ways complex. The story itself is not intense or an amazing adventure – its complexity lies within. Stephine’s struggles with being single, yet wanting to trust God are real and were easy for me to identify with. The solutions she comes up with are both hard and easy. Sound confusing? Welcome to the heart of a single girl, trying to do what is right.

The other characters were fun. I loved her interactions with her cousin especially. I know some people felt it could be awkward, but I thought it was a sweet and fun relationship between two family members.

I highly recommend this story to single girls who are looking for a solid story, scripture-based solutions, and understanding for what they go through.

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