Hunter's return to Nantucket is refreshing and meaningful. The story is entertaining in its own right, but the beautiful picture the reader gets of God's astounding love elevates the tale to new heights.
When Sabrina Kincaid began communicating with a man online, the relationship grew before she discovered his identity. Tucker McCabe is a local who frequents the restaurant where she works. She'd like to give the relationship a chance, but she made some poor choices when she came to town and knows Tucker would never forgive her if he knew. When Tucker asks her to find out the identity of his online pal, she doesn't know what to do -- pretend to search, or refuse and let someone else find her? (THOMAS NELSON, Oct., 336 pp., $14.99)