Lead Me Not

Lead Me Not - Ann Gallagher Isaac and his family preach very strongly and fiercely about what they believe in, that homosexuality is a sin and those engaging will go to hell. Isaac has believed this his whole life and he wants to save the sinners. So he sets out to prove that it's a choice and he can walk away. What he doesn't expect to find is love and himself.

This book was beautiful. But it was so hard to read at times. The hurtful things Isaac and his family were saying just made me so angry at times. They way they acted ticked me off. But I understood that it was what they truly believed. I could see Isaac struggling with it all; his feelings that didn't line up with what he believed and was taught. Religion and Scripture play a major role in this book. I know that bothers some people, but I loved that it wasn't a black and white choice. Isaac learned to embrace his true self while still staying true to his faith and his God. At times, it was heartbreaking, at times it made me angry, and then there was love. And it was beautiful.

I'm so happy I read this book. I would recommend it to everyone.

A copy of this book was provided by Riptide via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!