Filled with warmth
and realistic situations, Coppernoll's latest novel offers something for every reader. A touching love story, combined with bold spiritual truths, makes for a winning tale. The first-person account lends an intimacy to the story that allows the reader to connect fully with the main character.
Harper is completely broke and without a job when she's offered an understudy role in a Broadway revival. With her career slowly getting back on track, she has more time to think about the fact that she's 31 and has no love prospects on the horizon. On a whim, she signs up for Internet dating, but her best connection is in Alaska. Can she break free from her ideas about how life should be and allow God to bless her? (DAVID C. COOK, Jan., 352 pp., $14.99)