Marisa St. George returns home, disappoint after losing her big-city job. She has a new position and is happy to be closer to home as the Rainbow’s End Resort opens. She is not looking for love Or is she?
Blake Kendall, suffering from writer’s block, comes to a new inn one of his college buddies is re-opening. Is this what he needs to get back on track? Writing under a pseudo name is tricky enough. Can he keep up the act here?
As Marisa’s estranged father returns home, Marisa suddenly has to deal with forgiveness and bitterness. And once she finds out who Blake really is, can she forgive him too?
This was a very sweet romantic read. The quiet Texas country setting was very charming and “feel-good.” But there are also some deeper lessons about forgiveness, and letting God help us when we need it. Double win!
I was given a free copy of this book by the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.