Book Review: Selfish Faith by Angela Whitehead


Selfish Faith

Selfish Faith

Angela Whitehead

Publication Date: November 18, 2014

5 Stars=Non-Stop Page Turner

Selfish Faith by Angela Whitehead reintroduces readers to Sharlee. Sharlee is now a college student working toward her goals. She has finally gotten over her high school boyfriend, Lukas only to see him on her college campus. Lukas has found God and has turned his life around. Sharlee just wished it happened sooner.

Tina is Sharlee’s roommate and a non-believer but the girls don’t let this hinder their friendship. Sharlee and Tina’s relationship is fine until she sets her eyes on Lukas. Tina is not aware that Sharlee and Lukas dated and once she finds out it causes problems for everyone. Sharlee must decide if she can handle Lukas dating someone besides herself.

Sharlee decides to visit home since her grandmother is ill and family secrets surface. Sharlee is trying to deal with college life, her grandmother getting better and her ex-boyfriend paying attention to her roommate. Can anything else go wrong?

Selfish Faith gives readers a better look into Sharlee’s life and how she handles decisions and conflicts. Sharlee stays true to her beliefs which makes readers relate to her more. This book is definitely one that young adults need to read. I recommend this book and its previous companion Whose Am I? to others.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.

Reviewed by Teresa Beasley



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