24 August 2011

Book Review A family for Faith by Missy Tippens

Product description:

When Faith Hagin sees widower cop Gabe Reynolds every day in her coffee shop, she can’t help but feel for the struggling single dad. She’s raised a teenager of her own—and sadly, knows what not to do. But thanks to his matchmaking preteen daughter, Chelsea, the whole town’s praying for Gabe to find a wife!

Even though Faith thinks she’s content being just friends, spending time with him and Chelsea starts to feel like a fresh start at having a family. And their love may be the answer to everyone’s prayers.

My review:
Another great book by Missy. This is a fun story inspired by a father/daughter encounter on a plane. Gabe is the father of a pre teen and struggling. Faith is the neighbour who offers help.
Chelsea the daughter gets together with one of the ladies from church and they start praying for a wife for Gabe. this is where it starts to get really interesting. I love how Chelsea wants the best for her dad. Faith is also struggling with some past issues but is a real help for Chelsea. Both Faith and Gabe have issues they need to work through. It is interesting how things that happen in our past can affect us and our thinking into the future. Another good read.


2 comments:

Michelle said...

Thanks for the review - sounds great - will have to add it to my TBR list. xx

Missy Tippens said...

Jenny, I'm so glad you enjoyed it! Thanks so much for doing a review. I appreciate your support!

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