Angie Hunter dreads returning home to Hart's Crossing, but her mother needs to be looked after following knee surgery. Angie just quit her newspaper job in a huff, so she plans on spending the days cruising the Internet for new employment to get her out of the dull little town as quickly as possible. But Angie's plans are spun awry by sweet memories of her past and the love of old friends and new. A romance beckons, but only if she can find peace with God first.

Hatcher takes readers on a gentle journey of self-discovery. The straightforward plot based on a timeworn theme delivers no surprises. (Apr., 160 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill Elizabeth Nelson