Monday, October 29, 2012

Visit the Wonderful City of San Francisco! San Francisco by Kristin Billerbeck



I love visiting any city in California.  Kristin Billerbeck shared city she knows well San Francisco.

Synopsis:                                                                                                               

San Francisco: Meet My Sister, Tess/The Landlord Takes a Bride/Grace in Action/An Unbreakable Hope (Heartsong Novella Collection)
Grace has been on her own since son Josh has entered her life.  One day Josh mentions that he has made a new friend at school in fireman Mike.  Grace has her doubts about this relationship and feels that Mike might be intruding in their lives.  Should Grace change her mind about Mike and let God take control?

Stefani Willems believes she knows her path and what her goals are.  She is close to getting the house and reclaiming her family’s land.  When the deal for the house and land does not go as planned will she have room in her heart for the new owner?

Tess has been caring for her brother Robby since their mother passed away.   She believes that her plan to marry her fiancé Clark is all set, and nothing should change it.  Enter Greg the new social worker who challenges everything that Tess believes about her future and what is best for Robby.

Emily was Josh’s teacher and fireman Mike’s ex-girlfriend in the first story but is there really a love story for her?  Emily meets this man Darin at a mutual friend’s wedding.   Darin is different from any man that she has ever met or her mother would approve of.  Darin is new in his beliefs in Christ.   What future does their relationship have?

My Thoughts:

I am quite the fan of Kristin Billerbeck’s work.  I liked this novel.  The stories were well plotted and have interesting characters.   I was surprised with strong the female lead characters are.  These men had a hard time cracking the independence of these women.  I found it hard to read about the situations that these women found themselves in.  While this might be difficult I did want to see how it turned out.

Kristin is always busy with her writing but would love to hear from you.  You can visit on Facebook, her website, and twitter.

Rating:
4/5

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