Reverend Justine Clemens is disappointed to learn she has been named Women and Youth Pastor, instead of Assistant Pastor. Justine believes shepherding a flock will provide her with the family she never had. But God has other plans. Through her new position she discovers that the daughter of their new chief of police suffers from anorexia. Though widower Matthew Trent quickly notices the beautiful reverend, he puts the well-being of his daughter, Justine, first. In Kate Welsh's HOME TO SAFE HARBOR (3), readers may struggle slightly with the plight of the good reverend, but the familiar characters of Safe Harbor round out the series to a suitable closure.

Reviewed by: 
Beth Goddard