The newest installment in Warren’s Christiansen Family series is an exquisite romance. The faith message is seamlessly incorporated and truly enhances the story. Profoundly touching on the topic of facing fears, this book is a true gem.

Grace Christiansen is happy at home in Deep Haven, although she has a desire to attend culinary school. When her family surprises her with a trip to Hawaii to attend a cooking retreat, she is poised to refuse. Her brother’s hockey teammate Max Sharpe attends this cooking school each year, and he reluctantly volunteers to watch over Grace. The two hit it off in more than one way, but each has hidden secrets to overcome. (TYNDALE, Jul., 400 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel