The fashion industry is a brutal industry to be in, which Ivy Clark knows after being in it for 10 years,but after giving her life to the industry she is deemed too old and as a result is sent back to South Carolina to model wedding dresses for her step-Mother. What Ivy doesn't know is this step might be the best thing to happen to her, having only found value in her looks Ivy meets Davis Knight, a mysterious photographer who gave up the fame Ivy craves to be a church maintenance worker who seems to treat Ivy far different than she has even been treated by a man before. Will Ivy learn that God loves her and that there is a different kind of beauty then that which the world values?
I was skeptical about this book at first.I know nothing about the fashion world nor have I struggled with being too beautiful (ha!), but this book exceeded my expectations and was very well written, giving one a lot of food for thought.I recommend this book to anyone who struggles with finding their worth in Christ and struggles to understand what true beauty is.
I received this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion.