Sand, sun, and a whole lot of trouble...
Seth Roberts’ summer in Mexico was a dream come true. He found friends, got a girl, and decided mission work was his future. Seth’s following spring in Mexico was a nightmare and made him question everything in his life. And yet, in the midst of his identity meltdown, somehow he agreed to help a friend host a spring break gathering of teenage girls at his cousin’s beach house. What?
Yep, he finds himself on the beach in a house filled with giggling girls. His friend Tom Van der Haas is in a haze, smitten by a new lady friend. His best friends Shawn and Jenny are here, and they’re having a marital crisis. This is spring break with a dark twist, to be sure, and everyone who might help him seems to have his or her own problems.
Through it all, God is calling, and Seth keeps slamming the door. He doesn’t want to go there. He doesn’t care if everyone here wants his advice and his friendship. They don’t know how big a fraud he is. He just needs to get away and catch his breath and not care so much. Caring is amazingly painful, and he’s finished with it.
But maybe the rest of the world isn’t finished with him.
Adventure, danger, romance… Welcome to the Boys of Summer, a new adult Christian series for teens and anyone who appreciates the challenges of stepping into adulthood. Wayfarer Beach is book six in the series.