Brianna, My Brother, and the Blog
Brianna needs a friend, someone to keep her from being lonely while she’s waiting for her missionary, Robbie, to come home. And who better for the job than Robbie’s brother, Austin? He can keep the other men at bay while giving Brianna guy-type help, like hauling her harp around on weekends to play at wedding receptions.
Austin needs a friend, too. And Brianna is the perfe...more
Really lame return missionary brother. Jack Weyland seems to be about two or three decades behind in his perception of LDS reality. The cultural circumstances on which he bases some of his characters are really outdated. I think he should have quit writing while he was ahead, because now he's just perpetuating some 'bad things' that the prophets and apostles have worked so hard at weeding out. (Think: your mission being the ground fo ...more
Austin returns home from his mission to meet his brothers girlfriend, who he ends up becoming good friends with while she waits for his brother to return. I loved that this book emphasized the importance of friendship in anyserious relationship.
A great read. I love a lot of the books he writes (Although nothing will top the three books involving Charly).
Very cute story. Another book I will let my girls read.