Item description for Degrees of Betrayal: Kenzie's Story (Degrees Of Betrayal #3) by Melody Carlson...
Overview Finally part of the popular crowd, Kenzie begins spending too much money on clothes, avoiding church, and dating her best friend's boyfriend behind her back, but a serious car accident and its aftermath force her to make things right with her friends, and with God.Finally part of the popular crowd, Kenzie begins spending too much money on clothes, avoiding church, and dating her best friend's boyfriend, but a car accident and its aftermath force her to make things right with her friends, and with God.
Publishers Description When Sierra lands in the hospital following a car accident, she thinks it's her own fault. What she doesn't know is that her two friends, Ryun and Kenzie, are about to let her take the fall for their mistakes. When she discovers their betrayal, Sierra is out for revenge. Join these three friends as they experience the sting of betrayal, the treachery of deceit, and the wonder of true forgiveness. Read all three friends' stories to get each one's perspective in this exciting new trilogy from thirsty(?).
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.06" Height: 0.69" Weight: 0.68 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2004
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
Series Degrees Of Betrayal
Series Number 3
ISBN 1414300026 ISBN13 9781414300023
Availability 0 units.
More About Melody Carlson
Melody Carlson has published more than 90 books for children, teens, and adults with sales totaling more than 2 million. Several of her books have been the winners of various writing awards. Her Diary of a Teenage Girlseries has received great reviews and overwhelming fan mail. Melody has two grown sons and lives in Central Oregon with her husband. They enjoy skiing, hiking, gardening, camping, and biking in the beautiful Cascade Mountains ."
Melody Carlson currently resides in the state of Oregon.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Degrees of Betrayal: Kenzie's Story?
the final degrees of betrayal book Jul 22, 2006
Kenzie is tired of being ignored by everyone. She's tired of being passed over by guys. She's tired of being the dutiful honorable daughter and goody two shoes Christian. Through a stroke of luck Kenzie befriends Sierra Reynolds and joins the yearbook staff. Through her story we discover that she's always had a crush on Ryun Lee, but he ignores her until she gets a makeover. When Ryun discovers the new Kenzie on a college visit, he can't stay away and the two begin to date behind Sierra's back. With her newfound looks and her hot boyfriend, Kenzie leaves God behind. One by one Kenzie discovers Ryun's secret life and his tickets, and gets upset that he won't dump Sierra.
And then the car accident happens. Faced with all that she and Ryun have done Kenzie isn't sure what to do and for the first time realizes that she's turned her back on God. Ryun wants her to betray Sierra; but Kenzie's guy tells her that she's in the wrong and has been for some time. She feels tremendous guilt for what she did to Sierra and her part in lying about the accident, so much that she does two very unthinkable things.
Carlson did a good job of showing how cold Kenzie became when she turned from God. She also showed how guilty Kenzie felt for all that she did and Kenzie's decisions in the end were brave ones. This book was much better than the book about Sierra, where the main character didn't even come across as a Christian, not even when she tried to forgive two people without even bothering to involve God in it. Kenzie is practically Sierra;s opposite in this regard. I found the book a little more dull than the first two because I had already heard two sides of the accident from the first two characters. Overall I would recommend this book and Ryun's story, the second book, but would recommend skipping the first book.