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IT'S NOT ABOUT ME
MICHELLE SUTTON
ISBN# 13: 978-0-9797485-1-6
September 2008
Sheaf House
7344 Cockrill Bend Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37209
Paperback
$12.99
352 pages
Young Adult romance - Inspirational
Rating: 4 Cups

Annie Myers wishes her boyfriend, Tony, would not show affection for her at worship services. She cannot make him understand she wishes to wait until after marriage to go further in their relationship.

Tony Lane is the pastor’s youngest son. He and Annie often perform music together. She is his sweetheart that he wishes to marry.

Daniel Lane is Tony’s older brother. He recently graduated college and holds feelings for Annie.

Annie loves Tony and even though they plan to marry, Annie does not wish to push their relationship further. Tony believes if she loves him, she will give in to him. Dan feels that Tony is using Annie and believes she could find someone better than his brother. When Annie is attacked, Tony does not have the heart to go visit her at the hospital, prompting Dan to spend more time with her. Annie is bothered by her cut up face but Dan tells her not to worry. The more time Tony stays away, Dan grows closer to Annie. With so much happening in her life, Annie begins to wonder did she fall in love with the wrong brother.

It’s Not About Me certainly is loaded in non-stop action. With numerous characters, the reader is able to connect with each of them as they all work together when trouble arises. Michelle Sutton instills an inspirational read that shows how families come together when bad things happen to good people. This is a story I believe would benefit the young, as well as the young at heart. Teens often suffer much pressure growing up and I think Ms. Sutton tells a good story in explaining how some things do happen in our society to our young. Faith, hope and love, is a special message in this engaging read.

Cherokee
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