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From Library Journal
Christian fiction powerhouse Oke (Another Homecoming, Bethany, 1997) gives a slight, familiar story some emotional depth in this novella about love and the mysterious plans of God. Widow Cynthia Longley loves her father dearly, but the widower has far too much time on his hands. To give him something to do other than hang around her house, Cynthia hatches a plot with bachelor P.C. Weston, a fellow church member. Their idea is to fix up Cynthia's father with P.C.'s mother. Anyone who can't see the outcome of this has never read a romance novel. However, Oke brings it to life with a charm and a gentle grace that are all her own. Recommended.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Cynthia is concerned about her father since her mother died. She thinks he needs to find someone. She and Judith decide not to set him up, but to subtly make things convenient for him and a nice widow.
This book is a nice, warm Christian Fiction with a touch of Romance. I like the book because it has a warm, family, Christian atmosphere. There are encouraging things in this book. I also enjoy reading about warm relationships; this book is centered a lot around relationships.
I also love the book because it reminds us that God is in control and has the Master Plan.
There was a nice twist at the end.