The English moor, fine traditional manners and delightful characters compliment Catherine Palmer's seasoned style in this sweet tale about a young woman desperately seeking God's will for her life.

Ivy Bowden is about to turn 21, and will soon be married. But a single event turns her world upside down, causing her to doubt the upcoming nuptials and everything she's ever known. Forced to make a decision for the sake of others, Ivy worries she'll make the wrong one.

Colin Richmond, Ivy's fiancé, is finding it difficult keeping his true feelings for Ivy buried. His feelings for her are strong and he only wants what is best for the one true love of his life. But Ivy must make a choice and ultimately decide whether or not Colin is worth the cost. (Mar., 286 pp., $9.99)

Reviewed by: 
Bev Huston