Right Where I Belong is the third release from YA Christian fiction author Krista McGee, and while it's good I didn't enjoy it as much as I did her first two. This one has echoes of the story of Ruth from the Bible. Natalia lives in Spain with her father and his third wife, Maureen. Her father is tired of this wife and asks for a divorce. Natalia is heartbroken when Maureen decides to move back to her home in Tampa, Florida. Natalia decides to move with her and her father thinks it'll be a great learning experience and that it will help her get into Harvard so she can one day take over his business. Natalia has other ideas in mind. Maureen is the one who lead her to the Lord and she doesn't want to be away from her.
Once in the states, things are confusingly different for Natalia and she learns to navigate the waters at her new high school while trying to keep one boy away from her and her feelings for another boy away altogether.
Like I said, I did enjoy this book, just not as much as the first two in this almost-series. It was fun to reconnect with some of the familiar characters, but it was lacking something.