My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Charlene Baumbich does it again. She’s written an unusual, charming and touching story. Two unusual heroines–an awkward teenager and a wounded ballerina–find the true meaning of loving and being loved. I loved the setting which is Minnesota. I loved the teenager’s first love and her zest for life. I devoured this book. Loved every unique word!
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
If you’re looking for something different to read, Divine Appointments fits the bill! The heroine is not a young “thing” but a woman who has spent her life in solitary achievement. However, God has more in mind for her. I endorsed this book and here’s my endorsement. “This book intrigued me from the first page. A delightful, unique heroine and a story well told with twists and turns and layers peeled back. Insightful. Don’t miss it!
BTW, Pat Cowen and Mary DeSive each won a copy of Sherri Shackelford’s Winning the Widow’s Heart!
I really enjoy Charlene’s unique stories and her characters. I recommend her highly. Here’s a video by her. What do you think of it?