Dr. Charles Winston Hartman III and Hope Evans are complete opposites. He's old money, stuffy and downright rude. She's a struggling grad student with wit, compassion and zest. Through the first three quarters of the book, Charlie and Hope become best friends with a deep and respectful love for one another. He believes he's heartless, so he can't "love" Hope. She has decided she'll never marry, but Charlie doesn't know God, so she can't marry him anyway. Can finding God assist Dr. Hartman in FINDING HOPE (4.5)? Brenda Coulter's story is rich in love and overflowing in laughter.

Reviewed by: 
Beth Goddard