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Emily Dixon

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I am the daughter of a former sailor and a Southern Baptist preacher's daughter - which means I will talk about anything. The question is will you get a joke or a sermon, because either are possible.


Average rating: 4.54 · 13 ratings · 3 reviews · 2 distinct works
Scandalous

4.43 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 2012
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4.67 avg rating — 6 ratings — published 2012
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"While I do not agree with everything written in this book, I think it's a book that every Christian girl needs to read. It's to the point, it's blunt, it's no-holds-barred. Every question a young woman has about sex, and then some, is answered. Em..." Read more of this review »
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“The second thing we need to do is to debunk the theory that our first love will be our only true love. I have met far too many Christian girls who feel compelled to stay in a relationship that is horribly wrong for them because they did not want to admit that they made a mistake.”
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“There are men, who can be turned on by a stiff breeze, but I cannot stop the wind, and it is wrong for a woman to be held responsible for a man’s problems.”
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Loved it. Ragged, raw, and jarring with enough twists and turns to keep you hooked. The themes explored make it a book that can be dissected or simply enjoyed.
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" I loved the added layers in the book, but I think it was because the movie prompted my desire to dig deeper. If I had picked up the book before watchi ...more "
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“There are men, who can be turned on by a stiff breeze, but I cannot stop the wind, and it is wrong for a woman to be held responsible for a man’s problems.”
Emily Dixon, Scandalous

“The second thing we need to do is to debunk the theory that our first love will be our only true love. I have met far too many Christian girls who feel compelled to stay in a relationship that is horribly wrong for them because they did not want to admit that they made a mistake.”
Emily Dixon, Scandalous

“There are men, who can be turned on by a stiff breeze, but I cannot stop the wind, and it is wrong for a woman to be held responsible for a man’s problems.”
Emily Dixon, Scandalous

“The second thing we need to do is to debunk the theory that our first love will be our only true love. I have met far too many Christian girls who feel compelled to stay in a relationship that is horribly wrong for them because they did not want to admit that they made a mistake.”
Emily Dixon, Scandalous




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