Thursday, December 15, 2011

Love Finds a Way by Wanda E. Brunstetter

Love Finds a Way consists of 3 rather cheesy and short Christian romance novella. First, you have Blueberry Surprise which tells how love comes to Lorna, a young widow who’s not really ready to move on after her husband’s death a year ago. She’s still staying with her in-laws and working 2 jobs to keep herself occupied.

Upon encouragement by her colleagues and in-laws, she went back to school and there she met Evan Bailey, her new coursemate who’s looking for a Christian wife in a Christian college. How stereotype is that? I mean there’s no harm in wanting to be equally yoke but to purposefully look for a wife like that, sorry, I just can’t accept it.

The second story, called Grandma’s Doll is about Sheila who travels to her grandma’s hometown to choose something from the attic as a keepsake. She particularly wants her Grandma’s doll that she played with when she was young. However, grandma might have already sold the doll off to an antique dealer whom on the other hand had sold the business to a new person. There no prize to guess that this new dealer is young and handsome and no prize too for guessing what happen next when he offers to help Sheila find the doll.

The final story is the shortest. Entitled Matchmaker 911, it’s about how a dad tried to match make his daughter, Wendy to a young and handsome paramedic whom he met in a hospital cafeteria one day as he felt that his daughter needs a man in her life.  He began to make fake 911 calls and it wasn't long before he got into 'trouble'.  The funniest among the 3 stories.

There you have it, 3 stories summarised in a few paragraphs and about 250+ words. Save you the trouble of getting the book. 

I review this for  This book is published by Barbour Publishing.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a pretty good book. I have registered with netgalley but have yet to request any too.