Sarah's Choice is the second collaboration of internationally known Rebecca St James and author Nancy Rue (who chose that as her pen name because she loved Nancy Drew as a child). While the book didn't captivate me, it was an easy read and I finished in just over two hours. It deals with a lot of topics that may be too intense for some readers. I found that my favorite part was the friendship between Sarah and her co-worker Audrey. I loved the way Audrey gently guided her and let her tell her story until it was all out. Audrey was the perfect example of a person sharing the love of Christ with someone who has been hurt by "christians".
Another part of this book is reminiscent of A Christmas Carol. There was also the choice that Sarah had to make, whether to have an abortion or to keep her baby.
There was a lot going on but it was woven together well.
Here's the back cover: