Wednesday, February 13, 2013

To Honor and Trust Review

Callie Deboyer is working as a tutor for the Bridgeport’s youngest children while the family spends their winter at Bridal Veil Island. Callie’s treated almost as family by the Bridgeport’s, attending most of the many social events on the island. Mrs. Bridgeport has even signed her up to take tennis and golf lessons with the Bridgeport’s youngest son, Thomas. She’s living a life many would envy but she could care less about social standing and possessions. She just wants to do what God wants her to. But it’s hard to do that when she’s not sure if God’s calling her to stay where she is in with a job she loves or to join her parents with their missionary work in Africa. Throw in a handsome young golf instructor that Callie believes is different from all the other young men she ever met and everything just got a little more complicated.

To Honor and Trust written by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller was a wonderful book. I love many Tracie’s and Judith’s other books and had high expectations for To Honor and Trust. It did not disappoint. With its delightful characters and captivating story I could barely put it down. I’d recommend to anyone looking for an entertaining read that leaves them satisfied.

5 out of 5. An Afternoon Snack that you can trust.

I got a free review copy of To Honor and Trust from Bethany House Publishers in return for my honest review.

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