Sunday, November 9, 2014

Review - Georgia Sweethearts by Missy Tippens

One of my favorite book genres is the "Love Inspired" line of books. There are several different series within the Love Inspired line - the Contemporary "Love Inspired", the Historical series, and the Suspense series.

I recently read "Georgia Sweethearts" by Missy Tippens, and really enjoyed the story!  Lilly and her sister have inherited their great-aunts yarn shop, and they are determined to make it a success!   When Lilly meets Pastor Daniel, she is a little hesitant to get to know him, but as they work together, they form a wonderful friendship.
Daniel feels that God is calling him to move on to another town to help with their Church, but he cant decide what to do, because of his feelings for Lilly. 
Will love be in the future for Daniel and Lilly?  You will have to read the story to find out.  =)


More about the book:
After inheriting her great-aunt's failing yarn shop, Lilly Barnes is determined to make it a success. All she wants is stability, something she doesn't think possible in the small town of Corinthia, Georgia. Then Pastor Daniel Foreman rents space in her store to hold meetings for his growing congregation, and this proves to be her lifeline. At first Lilly wants nothing to do with Daniel's big dreams, but she soon finds herself starting to share his goals. Yet trouble between her customers and his congregation make them both doubt the path they're on. That is, until practical Lilly shows him that love is a risk worth taking.


More about the Author:  

I live in Georgia with my wonderful, supportive, pastor husband (my very own real life hero even though he's not too handy around the house). We have three perfect children. Well, maybe not perfect, but they're loving and fun and are God's greatest blessings. To add chaos to the household, we have two dogs and a cat.


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2 comments:

  1. It does sound like a happy book to read. I like happy books. :)

    I wonder if he'll move... it sounds like she can't move easily...not w/the new acquired yarn shop up and running! Intriguing. :)

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    1. Rosey, Its a wonderful romance story as they both figure out the direction in their lives - that they should take.

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