The second novel of Windsor's Piper Cove series combines the perfect amount of romance with a touch of intrigue, as imperfect characters find their strength
in God and each other. The setting is an exciting and fascinating part of the story.

Ellen Brittingham has always been a tomboy. She loves cars and drives a motorcycle but has never found a man attracted to these traits, until she meets Adrian Sinclair, her new neighbor.

Fortunately, Ellen gets along amazingly well with both Adrian and his 11-year-old son Peter. Unfortunately, Adrian is engaged to a woman who is everything Ellen is not -- glamorous, accomplished and sophisticated. Does Ellen have what it takes to trust her future to God? (AVON INSPIRE, Apr., 304 pp., $12.95)
Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel