ONLY UNI continues the story of the remaining four female unmarried cousins in a large, close-knit family. This time, the main character is Trish – the flirty, popular, people-pleaser cousin. Trish finds herself in trouble no matter where she turns. It’s not enough that she’s wrestling with her faith and the dating scene, but her strictly-traditional grandmother keeps badgering her to get married and give her grandchildren. What’s a girl to do?
You may have guessed from the title that the main characters in this series are Asian. But the issues they are dealing with are the same for any young woman today. Camy sprinkles bits of Asiana throughout the book, but don’t worry, she writes in such as way that you won’t get lost if you aren’t familiar with the culture.
In fact, a woman of any age would enjoy this book because we’ve all dealt with temptation, sin, asking for forgiveness from our gracious Lord and then trying to forgive ourselves. And if you’re involved in your church, you’ll recognize yourself in some of the situations that Trish faces.