rating: 3 of 5 stars
Have you ever had a time in your life when everything was going as planned--but you started to doubt the plan? This is the third book in a series, and I haven't read the other two, so I don't know the back story, but this book is about Laini Sullivan, a young woman who is in her final semester of interior design school, a school she entered after getting her CPA because her parents were accountants. She has to do a project and has undertaken the design of a coffe house she frequents and to which she sells homemade cinnamen rolls. She meets and dates a handsome nice guy. Her mother, who has moped around the house since her father died twelve years ago, has a new lease on life. Everything should be wonderful,but it isn't, until she makes the needed changes.
While marketed as Christian fiction, this book is on the lighter side of that spectrum. The character prays and attends church (unfortunately this Irish girl isn't going to a Catholic church) but it isn't one of those "find God and all will be well" books. It is a light fun read.
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